Tag Archives: Nicholas Cage

Coen Marathon: Raising Arizona

What is the greatest Nicholas Cage movie of all time?  The Coen Bros second feature film may very well be a contender.  Every once in awhile, I see lists about the funniest films of the 1980s and I don’t recall … Continue reading

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Movie Watching (August)

More films for the month of August.  Being that my herniated back still has problems, I’m thankful that cinema is one of the things that can keep me company.  Here are this month’s reviews based on what I watched. New: … Continue reading

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Movie Watching (January, February, March 2015)

A college friend of mine, Joel Atkinson, started an off and on ritual a few years back.  On his Facebook page at a given months end, he would list the films he watched the previous month.  The various categories would be:  1)  … Continue reading

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More Dispensational Fun: My response to Lee Compson

I’m probably going to contradict myself here.  In the fading nothingness that became of the new “Left Behind” film starring Nicholas Cage, I wrote a piece about the rapture and dispensationalism.  In that piece, I wrote this:  “Whether someone believes … Continue reading

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The Rapture is being Left Behind

Anyone who has had any encounter with the evangelical movement in America in the past couple of decades has almost certainly heard about “the rapture”.  This allegedly futuristic event involves Jesus Christ coming back for His followers (the Church) and … Continue reading

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