Entertainment, Reviews

Into the Badlands

Into the Badlands is one of the best television shows I have never heard of until I saw it on Netflix. I just happened to click on it one day and I was surprised because I thought this show was going to be in Chinese. The show stars Chinese American actor Daniel Wu who starred in many Hong Kong films…

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Entertainment, Reviews

Judwaa 2 Review

  Twins. That’s basically the gist of this “buddy, action, comedy” film starring Varun Dhawan as Prem & Raja who were separated at birth. One who grew up as a streetwise “something” turned pizza delivery boy and the other a not so famous “musician” student in college. Sounds familiar right? Of course it does, because this film was inspired entirely…

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Women on TV: Crime Fighters

What does Prudence, Piper, Phoebe, Paige Halliwell, Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh, Dr. Temperance Brennan, and Detective Kate Beckett all have in common? They are your brilliant breathtaking crime fighters whose sole purpose is to find the truth. They are also driven by the deaths of their mothers whose killers were never found until they took over their mother’s case and with…

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Second Chances

Alison Sweeney and Greg Vaughan star in Second Chances Hallmark Original Movie World Premiere. The film is about a single mother Jenny McLean (Sweeney) struggling to make ends meet with her two kids as a 911 Operator and a firefighter Jeff Sinclair (Vaughan) who she nicknames Cowboy. When Jenny receives a dispatch call that Jeff has been hurt in a…

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Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

Bollywood is known for coming out with more than one hundred films a year, probably more. Bollywood is also known for their colorful musical numbers within their films. During the year of 2013, there were only a selected Bollywood films worthy of watching and some were just a waste of time, not to mention the production cost of making a…

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A Texan’s Choice

A Texan’s Choice: The Heart of a Hero Series by: Shelly Gray Book Review Synopsis: Texas, 1874. Long ago, Scout Proffitt gave up on ever being a man of honor like his Civil War hero brother Clayton. But when Scout steps foot on the rundown remnants of the Circle C ranch, he wonders if maybe-just maybe-the Lord has something different…

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Entertainment, Reviews

Rooftop Prince

I didn’t much care for Korean drama since I didn’t particular like the fact that it takes about twenty episode to solve one mystery. In most of the Korean dramas I have watched before such as: Full House, Devil Beside You, Autumn in My Heart, and Glass Slippers; I was disappointed with the storyline, plot and the ending. The most…

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Education, Relationship, Reviews

The Five Love Languages

Normally, I don’t write about romance or talk much about romance. I don’t find romance in my life as useful since it has always gets in the way of what I am trying to accomplish. However, since I’m not an expert on finding love or about love, I leave that to those who do know about love. God is one…

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Entertainment, Music, Reviews

TobyMac – Eye On It Review

The Critic In Me: Before I came to Christ, I have never been impressed with the secular music industry because I find it boring without any real integrity or plot. Why? Five reasons: One, is the secular music has too many club scenes  that are getting old and out of fashion. Two, there are always sex, semi-nudity, alcohol, drugs, and…

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Entertainment, Life, Reviews

Heaven is For Real

Heaven is For Real by Todd Burpo is one of the greatest true testaments of a young boy’s account of his trip to heaven. There will always be questions about whether he (Colton T. Burpo) really did go to heaven or if this was a made up story for personal gains. If you don’t believe than don’t waste your time…

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