Weekend Reading Roundup

Posted: September 27, 2014 by jperritt in Uncategorized

Top 5 Most Anticipated Movies of the Fall/Winter  – Check out John’s list.

Boyhood and Father Hunger “The story of Boyhood is, in fact, quite sad. Sure, there are plenty of moments where you will feel overwhelmed by the the film’s uniqueness and breathtaking scope, but Boyhood will break your heart; it will make you grieve and mourn. Why, you ask? Because Boyhood shows you what fatherlessness looks like. And it is devastating.”

Is U2 secretly Christian? Here’s what The New Yorker missed In this article, Jonathan Merritt raises some good thoughts about the sacred and secular.  Although this article discusses music, there are applications for movies.


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