Category: Review

potter

de·cep·tive: intended to make someone believe something that is not true. (a) So I watched my first Harry Potter movie the other day. I’ve typically stayed away from those types of movies because of the “magic” stuff. But considering the enormous following, even among Christians, I was curious as to why it was so popular. Some think that Harry Potter is harmless and they promote this type of literature and entertainment as no big deal. The divination instructor from the movie, when addressing the…

NateCurrin

I think this is a beautifully written album. The Pilgrim is a concept, story album written and performed by Nate Currin. The album is based lyrically on the book The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan, first published in 1678 in England. Bunyan’s work is regarded as one of the great works of English literature, and outside of the Bible, is the number one book in print of all time. Despite being based on a religious work, Nate Currin’s The Pilgrim is not…

happyness

For all those English majors… save your comments about the title. I’m talking about the movie. I am not a movie buff. The movies always seem to disappoint me. They’ll usually have killings, cursing, fornication, etc. and I left that mentality behind years ago and I don’t like revisiting it. But years ago I saw the title of the movie and saw the previews and thought that this would be a good movie to watch. The Pursuit of Happyness is a…