Monthly Archives: March 2017

Pick your movie of the week: GUESS! (Mar 31-Apr 6/17)

This week’s theme is an enigma wrapped in a mystery. These four movies all have a common thread. Votes for which one you’d choose to be movie of the week, and try and guess what they have in common. A … Continue reading

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My favourite movie for every year I’ve been alive

I saw that one of my good friends (and podcast host extraordinaire) Zach Swee, had compiled a list like this, and it sounds like it’s a bit of a trend happening with movie geeks. This, of course, is right up … Continue reading

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Pick your movie of the week: Glenn Close! (Mar 24-30/17)

She doesn’t show up in a whole lot of movies, but when she does she’s one of the most versatile actors in all of cinema. Which one of these Glenn Close films would you pick to be this week’s movie? Fatal Attraction … Continue reading

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Is my face red?

It seems like I embarrass myself on at least a semi-daily basis, but these are the three times that were the most embarrassing to me throughout my life: The Gas Station Bathroom Incident My sister and I were travelling together … Continue reading

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Pick your movie of the week: My Favourites! (March 17-23/17)

By the time the next movie week comes to an end I will be another year older. So I figured I’d give myself a gift by choosing my favourite movies as nominees. I left out my #1 favourite, Life is Beautiful, … Continue reading

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Listen…

While in seminary, I had an exceptional teacher named Dr. Stonehouse who shared a new model of teaching young children Bible stories and worship. She showed us a video of herself going through the process where she uses objects to … Continue reading

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Pick your movie of the week: Silent Films! (Mar 10-16/17)

I purposely left out Chaplin and Keaton on this because they’ve showed up more than once in our past choices, especially Charlie. Assuming you haven’t seen these, feel free base your vote on the plot description: Safety Last! (1923) When a … Continue reading

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