Reviews of "Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris," "Inversion" and "The Berrigans: Devout and Dangerous" are all in the latest Movies with Meaning post on the web site of The Good Media Network
We all have dreams, and we’d like to see them realized. However, many of us believe they’re unreachable objectives, pie-in-the-sky goals that can be envisioned but never experienced. But must that be the case? Is there no chance of them ever being materialized?
Reviews of "Thor: Love and Thunder," "Fire in The Mountains" and "Voodoo Macbeth," as well as a podcast preview, are all in the latest Movies with Meaning post on the web site of The Good Media Network,
Oftentimes in life we’re presented with turning points that put us in a position of having to make some crucial decisions, including those involving hard choices. They represent significant developments that will likely affect us for a long time to come in myriad profound ways. Yet the power of choice in these matters rests with us, essentially making us the masters of our destinies.
It’s been said that talk is cheap. And, unfortunately, when it’s treated as such, its value is often weakened and, consequently, undermined. That can prove problematic, even fatal, in significant applications, such as self-expression and the conveyance of important or meaningful information. The implications of this can carry tremendous impact, especially when it comes to things like relationships,
Join yours truly and Special Guest Host Ishita Sharma on the first of two June movie broadcasts on The Good Media Network's Frankiesense & More video podcast, available beginning at 1 PM ET on Thursday June 2 on Facebook and YouTube.
Reviews of "Brighton 4th," "The Jump" and "The Gravedigger's Wife," as well as a film festival wrap-up, are all in the latest Movies with Meaning post on the web site of The Good Media Network,
What lengths would you go to for the one you love? When adverse situations arise, we can be left with difficult choices, the kind that frequently leave us between a rock and a hard place. No matter how much we care for a loved one, circumstances may thrust us into a position where Herculean efforts – with no guarantee of success – are often foisted upon us.
Is it possible to see the “same” situation in two different ways? That’s an age-old question that’s been debated by for eons by philosophers, theologians and even quibbling parents, each claiming that their view was “right.” But who’s to say that anyone is “wrong” in these quarrels?
Reviews of "Everything Everywhere All at Once," "Cyrano" and "Servants" are all in the latest Movies with Meaning post on the web site of The Good Media Network...