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This week’s review is ‘Don’t Think Twice’, a behind-the-scenes look at comedic actors. It is an exploration into human competition and the sheer chance of success. The film was produced by Ira Glass and written and directed by Mike Birbiglia, the same duo behind Sleepwalk with Me.
This weeks review is the film version of M.L. Stedman’s international bestseller, ‘The Light Between Oceans,’ where trauma, love and redemption intertwine.
A double feature for this week’s review; ‘Pete’s Dragon’ and ‘The Little Prince.’
This week’s review is the new Tom Hanks film, A Hologram for the King, where we discover the power of connection amidst differences.
We are pleased to announce our new partnership with Faith Reels, a blog that looks at movies and the experience of film through the lens of faith. This week look at “The Connection,” which is the 2015 flip side of that good 1971 suspense thriller, “The French Connection” starring Gene Hackman as New York Detective “Popeye” Doyle.
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