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believemeIt is not a faith based film but there are plenty of moments that are as poignant as any I have seen or heard on a Sunday gathering.

The Horses Need Their Own Agents 

Ten Best Films of 2017 Listed in Alphabetical Order
Compiled by Marie Asner
Celebrating 36 Years as an Entertainment Reviewer

Beyond the farthestBeyond The Farthest Star looks into the convoluted consequences of the life-choices of the main characters and ultimately finds beauty in the ashes...

big-miracle This is a solid film and one that is worth checking out.

55 Years Into A New Nation

Biutiful as reviewed by The Phantom TollboothBardem is masterful as he struggles to redeem a life in Barcelona’s underworld.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

blackmassIf No One Sees It, It Didn't Happen

BluejasmineThe Scent Of Despair

 

 

BkuLikeBlue Like Jazz does indeed offer some degree of resolution but doesn't deliver its messages tied in neat little ribbons and bows. No sucker-punches here, although there are a few body-blows... will you feel like a sucker for handing over a hard-earned sawbuck-plus to see this film?

BluelikejazzthemovieeditedBlu-ray Like Jazz... the film incarnation of Donald Miller's Blue Like Jazz comes to Blu-ray disc.



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