Monthly Archives: September 2010

Obama Is a Christian

Love him or hate him, Obama is a Christian–not a Muslim.

I’ve felt confident in this for a while now, after reading prior interviews with Obama talking about his faith. Continue reading

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Armond White and The Social Network

Armond White of the New York Press is, without question, the most hated film critic in America. Just visit Rotten Tomatoes, and you will find a whole slew of  hipsters complaining about his taste in film and posting comments about banning him as a critic (whatever that means). You’ll see the same old joke posted over and over again in various forms: “If Armond White hated it, that means it’s going to be great.” It’s annoying and, well, not funny because none of these trolls actually take the time to read his reviews. If they did, they wouldn’t be posting such silly things. Continue reading

Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole Review

“Working with the animation team behind Happy Feet, Snyder achieves a look different, and perhaps less generic, than that of Pixar.”

Read on @ Christianity Today.

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Review

“In spite of being labeled unethical, unpatriotic and, as of recent years, unaccomplished, Oliver Stone has made a noble cinematic monument for the American people.”

Read the review @ RELEVANT Magazine.

You Again Review

“With a cast featuring veterans like Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver and Betty White, Fickman’s latest could have actually been funny had it made use of its talent.”

Read on @ Christianity Today.

The Virginity Hit Review

“This mockumentary is supposed to be American Pie for the YouTube generation. But despite its vulgarity, that ’90s sex comedy knew where to draw the line. The Virginity Hit doesn’t. It’s crass, senseless and, consequently, void of humor.”

Read on @ Dallas Morning News.

The Town Review

“Ben Affleck’s second directorial feature, though formulaic in its latter half, never ceases to entertain, with gripping performances, sleek action sequences and flawless pacing.”

Read my review @ RELEVANT Magazine.

Back to Blogging

For anyone who actually visits my blog regularly–there are only a few of you–I apologize for no recent updates.

I’ve been busy with work (my full-time job and freelance stuff) and seeing lots of movies. Continue reading

Legendary Review

“Burdened by a tired story, Legendary relies heavily on veteran actors Patricia Clarkson and Danny Glover. However good they are, they’re incapable of making it any better than a made-for-TV movie.”

Read my review @ Dallas Morning News.

Thank God for Sufjan

Less than two weeks ago, Sufjan Stevens pulled a Radiohead and, out of nowhere, released a new EP titled All Delighted People. On my way to work this morning, I listened to it for the first time. And I must say, I’m quite impressed. Continue reading