The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

wimplySummer is always a memorable time.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothFace it, we all can relate to this story in some form. You are either a parent, have an older sibling, were the older sibling or had that best friend who had the older sibling. In fact you might be all of the above. Bottom line is there is certainly going to be something in this film that hits home. And there will be plenty for all ages to laugh at. Except maybe your older teens who are just a little too cool to let on they like it.

diorThe Deadline Seen Round The World

Don't wait for the small screen or you will forfeit all the tasty goodness. 

A Dolphin Tale as reviewed in The Phantom Tollbooth A fictional account of a true story almost too good to be true. But it is.

Butch & Sundance

lormaxOne of the lesser known, at least to hear most people talk about it, Dr. Seuss stories comes to life in the animated feature, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax.

draftdayThere have been sports films throughout the decades highlighting everything from underdog stories, life changing coaches, player dynamics, and the ability of sports figures to change patterns of society. But few go behind the business scenes.

 The Little Elephant That Could

One More Glass Ceiling Shattered

This beautifully crafted “underdog prehistoric sports movie” is an endearing all-age film that eschews cynicism and revels in its inventive and very silly British humour.

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