Monthly Archive: February 2008

Feb 23 2008

2008 Oscar Predictions

So, here are my final predictions for this year’s Oscars. To be quite honest, I think a lot of them were randomly picked. I could go a number of ways for a number of categories. But I have to narrow it down to one. Because a lot of these may seem random in comparsion to …

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Feb 21 2008

“Vantage Point” Early Review

This is an early review for “Vantage Point”, which opens tomorrow. It features Forest Whitaker and Dennis Quaid, among others. I rated the movie a 7 out of 10. That’s a thumbs-up for me. I was reminded of the Bourne series for some reason when watching this movie. Perhaps it is the high-paced nature of …

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Feb 20 2008

Lack of Japanese Missionaries

I might just write a paper on this topic. Whenever you hear about missions trips, what image comes to mind? For most people, even myself sometimes, the picture is of poor countries in need of new homes, food and better health. Kind of a weird image, seeing as the goal is supposed to be leading people …

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Feb 10 2008

Best Original Song Prediction (Oscars 2008)

Now that I’ve familizrized myself with all of the five nominees, I can provide some input on which nomination I think will win, and I’ll also let you know which one I think should win. The Oscars is in two weeks, so here we go with this award. The five nominations only span three films …

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Feb 10 2008

A Comment on Christianity

“I know someone who teaches at a Christian school overseas, and they talked about how some of the students are amazed at how Christianity is not about a list of do’s and dont’s that will get you into Heaven and how it is about a relationship with God.” -(This comment slightly edited for spelling/grammar mistakes). …

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Feb 04 2008

2007’s Movies List: #19 and #18

Let’s try two more… #19: “Driving Miss Daisy” I was just recalling this movie the other day. I should rent this again to get a more informed opinion of it. Basically, it tells the story of Morgan Freeman’s character Hoke. At the beginning, Daisy Wertham (played by Jessica Tandy) is the kind of lady you …

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