Are You Just Watching?
Harriet provides a good foundation for a discussion on life, freedom, and the voice of God from both a historical and spiritual perspective.
Gemini Man provides some interesting discussion regarding the justification for cloning, souls stained by accumulated guilt, and nature versus nurture.
The Peanut Butter Falcon portrays redemption, brotherhood, and making the best of your natural limitations.
Are we in control of our destinies? Does love really conquer all? The Adjustment Bureau’s cross genre high concept science fiction chick flick somehow manages to answer both questions . . . maybe.
Eve and Tim travel with Spider-Man Far From Home to caution Christians to be wary of deceptive and false teaching and to disciple spiritually immature believers so they won’t be swayed from true doctrine.
The live-action Aladdin provides a foundation to discuss greed versus contentment, external versus internal change, and the attributes of God.
Here's the good, the bad, and the ugly of Avengers: Endgame, along with a Christian worldview discussion on sacrifice, family, and god-complexes.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is an entertaining animated hero movie whose alter-ego is a morality “every-man” play about the value of persistence and faith in self.
An artificial god, government control through indoctrination, an unjust war, and belief in an afterlife . . . all this and more in our discussion on Captain Marvel.
The Superbowl 53 commercials run the gamut from entertaining to nonsense (some all in one commercial). Join us for the AYJW Commercial Awards.