Bob Gersztyn owned a fine collection of 300 rock 'n roll albums in 1971, the year he accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior.
It's anything but a typical romantic comedy. Silver Linings Playbook is more like that genre's slightly unhinged cousin.
Coming to us from Fair Trade Services, new band Citizen Way is yet another act that knows how to deliver a well written, spiritually stirring song.
As compelling as it has the potential to be, Promised Land is weighed down by a lack of subtlety and a heavy-handed agenda.
In a review in 2011, I wrote of I Am Empire’s debut release Kings that “for a band barely two years old, it promises much more good to come.”
In the third installment of the “Daughters of Fortune” series, Susan May Warren does a splendid job of transporting the reader into the extravagance of the 1930s.
The suffering young characters function as role models for building meaningful lives and making choices that let them sleep at night.
What makes 42, the story of Jackie Robinson, such an inspiring story?
There are three ways to read the seven Chronicles of Narnia, but only one of them is best.
It’s been four years since pop/rock band OneRepublic released a full-length studio project.
The casting and the idea to make a movie about FDR are inspired. That's where the inspiration ends for this gross miscalculation.
This animated coming-of-age story is aimed more at adolescents than young children, and packs a surprising, emotional wallop.
Just like she has with her previous award-winning science fiction and fantasy titles, author Jill Williamson spins another extraordinary tale that’ll keep you engaged right ‘til the end.
- April 04, 2013 |
The new Seattle group known as Citizens may better fit the sounds-like introductory approach to those outside the worship circle.
- April 04, 2013 |
Behind every public persona lies the real personality. The person the celebrity must live with 24/7.
Every step is utterly predictable, but for those who like the same ol’ same ol’, this is relatively inoffensive and mildly fun.
As anyone who’s planned a beautiful wedding already knows, those tiny details that make the big day special don’t happen by osmosis.
Like most people this time of year, the protagonist in Waiting For Spring, a new mother and recent widow Charlotte, is doing just that.
From the big top to the big screen: it’s Cirque du Soleil as a movie. Fans will likely be fascinated by this aerial ballet.