Flotsam & Jetsam (6/28)

Change of Address – For those interested, The Film Dissectors have moved to a new website. And I must say, it’s lookin’ pretty sweet. Hop on over and take a good look around! You can click here for my review of The Two Towers (2002), here for Santiago’s review of Transformers (2007), and here for Eric’s review of The Green Lantern (2011).

Quotes by Leonard Ravenhill – A very neat compilation from Michael over at Made Free.

Why Chivalry Matters – Worth reading. When you’re done with that, click here to read Joel Garner’s take on the subject.

Movie Review: Cars 2 – Ethan Hansen critiques Pixar’s latest film. The verdict: “It seemed to forget and take for granted the nice, even, moral-driven plot and pace of the original film, and the result just feels forced. Funny, cute, and overall mildly entertaining, but forced.”

The Philosophy of Atlas Shrugged – From Santiago: “Objectivism, in a sense, is an attempt to justify a self-indulgent idolization of man by man. Man as the highest purpose of man, as the its only goal, as its only means of getting things done. The world, this worldview argues, works because man makes it work.”

Reel Quick – Click here to read my review of the thriller Edge of Darkness (2009), starring Mel Gibson. My review Francis Ford Coppola’s The Conversation (1974) can be found here.

Warning: Do Not Read This Blog – We’ll wrap things up with a hilarious post by Mark Altrogge. Read it. You need to laugh.

“Just going to church doesn’t make you a Christian any more than standing
in your garage makes you a car.” – G.K. Chesterton

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