Tag Archive | classics
The movie, the book, the shark.
I have always been thrilled by the idea that Hollywood actually takes the characters, plots, and memorable scenes from classic novels and treasures from contemporary authors, and makes them into movies. I can’t even imagine how amazing it would be to see your story, your words, heart, and soul transformed into a motion picture. Well-known […]
Alice In Wonderland: Getting What We Wanted
While sitting at my desk doing paperwork the other day, my daughter turned on the Disney movie, Alice In Wonderland. Over the years I’ve seen this cartoon many times -and I would have even listed it as one of my favorites from Disney’s immense catalog of feature length cartoons. The Cheshire Cat, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, […]
A Review: The Screwtape Letters
Readers are advised to remember that the devil is a liar. Not everything that Screwtape says should be assumed to be true even from his own angle. The above is the warning that is given to readers in the preface of C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters -a classic that was first published in book form […]