Category Archives: Movies

Best Thing of 2013, ‘The Lone Ranger’: Memories of the “William Tell Overture”

Shayn Roby’s Take:  The Lone Ranger opens at selected theaters on Wednesday, July 3rd.  Perhaps the editor of will check it out at the theaters beside The Pond.

Overmanwarrior's Wisdom

As we close out the year of 2012, some might ask what I am most hopeful for in 2013—what I most desire out of the upcoming year—world peace, the resurgence of the American economy, or even the announcement that humans will colonize the moon and begin a manufacturing industry there. No, what I want out of 2013 is far better than all those things, and as was just announced, it looks like I might get it. Hans Zimmer has just been announced as the musical composer for the new Lone Ranger film that is being done by the same people who did the Pirates of the Caribbean films, and I am ESTATIC about all these combinations coming together in this updated western.

I have loved The Lone Ranger my entire life. I used to watch re-runs of the old Republic serials on TV with my grandfather as far back as…

View original post 898 more words

“Doonby”: Portrayed by “Bo Duke” Actor John Schneider To Be In Theaters This Fall

“Doonby”: Portrayed by “Bo Duke” Actor John Schneider To Be In Theaters This Fall.  Praise Jesus for a Counterweight like Movie to Movement to the filth that emanates from most of Hollywood.

“Doonby”: Portrayed by “Bo Duke” Actor John Schneider To Be In Theaters This Fall

Movie to Movement is making an impact on American culture in a positive way.  With so much violence and immorality spewing from Satan’s haven known as Hollywood, companies such as Movie to Movement and Echolight are providing a righteous counterattack to Lucifer’s entertainment legion.

Bob Higley, president of the Trinity Broadcast Network said “Doonby” is this generation’s, ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ but with a much more important message that could give life to millions. Everyone should see this thought provoking film.”

“Doonby is engrossing and a really good film. It’s technically well done and up to the highest standards of Hollywood. Anybody who’s looking to be entertained will come away thinking they got their money’s worth. You will leave the theater and think about it numerous times after you’ve seen it,” said Richard Land, President, Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of The Southern Baptist Convention.

(H/T:  Jason Jones/ Movie to Movement)

A Coolidge Cameo

Calvin Coolidge was indeed, one of America’ s most fascinating conservative Presidents.

Kai's Coolidge Blog

Hollywood is abuzz these days with the all-new, black-and-white, almost totally silent movie The Artist, which already has won its creator, Michel Hazanavicius, acclaim and numerous awards and may yet walk away with an Oscar nod as well. Before I go on, I would like to highly recommend this excellent and enjoyable film for its superb acting, its humor, its wonderful period feel, and for its marvelous score by Ludovic Bource.

Set in the late 1920s/early 1930s and focusing on the momentous change in filmmaking from silents to talkies and the ensuing rise of new stars vs. the fall from public favor of old stars, the movie lovingly captures the essence of the era.

I was pleased to see a familiar portrait photograph of Calvin Coolidge featured in the film, albeit a bit incongruously – it is placed on the wall of the reception area of a clinic, in…

View original post 43 more words