The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

skyfallFrom beginning to end it is one of the most well rounded and perfectly made Bond films

The bottom line is, you care about the characters, which is what good storytelling is all about. For anyone who’s heard the phrase, “let’s do life together,” and cringed a little - I think you’ll get this film…

Using sonics ranging from pulsating electro-rock to a Salvation Army backing band, Gabriel Wilson is the right man to bring out the best sound that Smith has enjoyed since prime Delirious? days. Two of his best ever songs are right here.           

Smith returns with two albums at once. Surrounded will probably sell more, but this is the one with deeper, more practical worship. It’s faster and brighter, too.

snakemongooseAuto racing fans seldom get films they can call their own. Unless they are animated and have talking tow trucks.

Snow White and the Huntsman as reviewed in The Phantom Tollbooth.A retelling of a classic for grown-ups. The way the Grimm Brothers meant it to be.

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Snowmen is light and weighty with plenty of teachable moments.

Something Borrowed - as reviewed by Matt Mungle in The Phantom TollboothNot necessarily something new but it is a move in the right direction for romantic comedies.


Son of God movie poster. It is by far the greatest story ever told.

soulsurferSoul Surfer has some of the most spectacular sea photography I have seen in years.

The Quietness of Desolation

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