Category - Movies & TV

David Simmons’ Top 25 Films of All Time

The Tree of Life (Terrence Malick, 2011) Selma (Ava Duvernay, 2014) Moonlight (Barry Jenkins, 2016) Cinema Paradiso (Giuseppe Tornatore, Italy, 1989) Persona (Ingmar Bergman, Sweden, 1966) There Will Be Blood (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2007) Citizen Kane (Orson Welles, 1941) Children of Men (Alfonso...

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Reviews – The VP’s Movie of Choice

Unplanned Directed by Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman In Theaters So good to see movie theaters across the country showing @UnplannedMovie – a deeply inspiring new pro-life film based on the best-selling book by @AbbyJohnson. More & more Americans are embracing the sanctity of life because of...

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Local Film Screenings

FRIDAY, APRIL 12 FREE DOUBLE FEATURE Vinyl Music Hall, Pensacola Cameron Crowe’s immortal 1989 classic Say Anything and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. MONDAY, APRIL 15 “SCOOBY-DOO” HarborWalk Village, Destin, 8 PM www.HarborWalkVillage.com Bring the family to the Destin Harbor for a FREE movie...

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Movie Review

EDITOR’S CHOICE I Can Only Imagine (2018) Directed by the Erwin Brothers Amazon Prime Early on, the future MercyMe frontman blasts ELO and U2, and you know this isn’t going to be your typical religious flick. The filmmakers reach far beyond the converted with a moving story about forgiveness and...

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Captain Marvel Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck In Theaters This is the origin story of the beloved Captain Marvel, originally a pilot named Carol Danvers. The viewers get to know the ins and outs of the superhero while figuring out how she is going to resolve the ongoing battle between two...

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BlacKkKlansman Directed by Spike Lee DVD/Blu-ray, Amazon, Apple, et al. Based on the true story of a black policeman in Colorado who secretly infiltrated the Klan, Spike Lee’s strongest film in years creatively traces white nationalism from blockbusters like Birth of a Nation and Gone with the...

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Movie Reviews

Fahrenheit 11/9 Directed by Michael Moore Amazon Prime With great wit, humor and insight, we watch a democracy (ours) become a despotism. The question Moore asks—“How did we get here?”—reveals some surprising answers. It’s not the Trump voters, but nonvoters (Trump won by only 2 votes per precinct...

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Movie Reviews

The Hate U Give Directed by George Tillman Jr. DVD, Blu-ray, On Demand No 2018 film does a better job at delineating white privilege, police brutality, and the transformative power of nonviolence. It does this by putting us in the shoes of Starr (the exhilarating Amandla Stenberg), who has to live...

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Movie Reviews

Roma Directed by Alfonso Cuaron Netflix The best film of 2018. Alfonso Cuaron, a master filmmaker with one of the keenest eyes in cinema—not just for deep-focus long takes, but for understanding “otherness” (Y Tu Mama Tambien, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Children of Men...

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Movie Reviews

Boy Erased Directed by Joel Edgerton In Theaters A horror film where the horrors are the devastating effects of gay conversion therapy, the inability of young people to give consent for such programs, the conflation of sexuality and gender, the perils of groupthink, the use of force and violence on...

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