LITTLE WOMEN releases in the theaters across America this Friday, September 28th, 2018. It is a modern retelling of the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott.
I’m not the target audience for the movie but my wife and I decided to watch it with the kids. Their comments and reviews will be the focus of this article.
Disclaimer: I received a Starbucks gift card (valued at $10), an e-gift card for movie tickets (valued at $25), a digital screener, and promotional material in exchange for my honest review. Continue reading “Little Women Movie Review”
The 150th anniversary of Little Women by Louisa May Alcott is on September 30th, 2018. Originally released in 1868, this classic novel has captivated readers for over a century.
To celebrate, Pinnacle Peak is releasing LITTLE WOMEN starring Lea Thompson as a modern movie adaptation of the beloved book on Friday, September 28th, 2018.
Continue reading “LITTLE WOMEN Ticket Giveaway — In Theaters 9/28”
Since I regularly review Christian films on my blog this 2-part podcast series is of interest to me.
I’ve listened to the first episode and I can tell you it’s top-notch.
Chris Staron has done a great job with the entire podcast and this one, in particular, is worth a listen.
One statement in the podcast by Rich Christiano got a reaction from me:
I’d like to see Stephen Spielberg take $400,000 and make a movie. Let’s see how good he does.
Frankly, I think he’d do a great job. He’s an accomplished filmmaker and while a film’s budget is a major factor in how good a film looks I think a director’s talent and the actors’ talent play a much larger part.
All that being said, check out Truce, I think you’re really going to enjoy it.
“There’s nothing behind that door, Frank. It’s just decoration.”
“I’m telling you, Chuck, last night I opened that door and there was a train station on the other side.”
Chuck opened the door and revealed a red brick wall. Continue reading “The Train Station”
I originally posted this article on May 24th, 2018. This was the day before Solo: A Star Wars Story officially premiered in the United States.
Since then, I’ve had some interesting conversations with people about my list (and theirs). I’m reevaluating my thoughts on all the films. I doubt any of the new films will ever surpass Star Wars or The Empire Strikes Back but after listening to some analysis of The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi I may need to reconsider my rankings.
Some re-watches are in order. This list is in flux but here it is. All the Star Wars movies from Best to Worst. Continue reading “All Star Wars Movies Ranked From Best to Worst”