Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? I did, back in 1999 during the world premiere of Spongebob Squarepants. I remember the day vividly; the two episodes (one was completely silent and the other involved Spongebob feeding a hungry mob of anchovies) still make me laugh to this day. Spongebob had become quite the…

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Introduction Ego, it’s something we all struggle with, either that or something we don’t recognize as being what’s pushing us into decisions day after day. This is the voice you might often tell yourself is the Holy Spirit, when in reality it’s your selfish ambitions and desires flying up for a chance to breathe above…

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Introduction Boyhood has quite the premise, and going in I was certainly intrigued by how director Richard Linklater would take his twelve years of filming and edit that all down into one cohesive experience. And yes, for those of you that don’t know, this is a film that was shot over a period of twelve years,…

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Introduction As I was sitting down to watch American Sniper I immediately thought back to the powerful teaser trailer advertising the film back in November. In it, Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper) has his scope set on a child who is holding a pipe bomb. Will he shoot the child to save his fellow soldiers? The tension…

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Introduction At a time in The United States of America when we as a nation are actively discussing racism, Selma champions the importance of humanity and examines one of America’s greatest advocates for civil rights, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Upon entering the theater (which coincidentally is addressed at Martin Luther King Dr. in Oklahoma City),…

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