Flotsam & Jetsam (11/3)

Announcement! – One of the movie review sites I write for (The Film Dissectors) was providentially discovered by none other than Joseph Darnell, the co-founder of American Vision’s Movieology webshow. The result? Articles from T.F.D. will now be periodically featured on Movieology’s site. Pretty cool, huh? Soli Deo Gloria.

Movie Review: Cars 2 – Aubrey Hansen gives one of the few positive reviews of Pixar’s latest offering that I’ve read. “See, I’m a self-proclaimed Pixar geek, so their 2011 release is a big deal for me. However, I decided in the interest of cost not to see the film in theaters… Yeah. Remind me to splurge and see it in theaters next time.”

The Unrighteous Shall Not Inherit the Kingdom of God (Pt. 3) [CAUTION: MATURE] – The third installment of a new blog series from Michael Wright. I strongly encourage you to check it out.

How to Make Chain Mail – Stupendous, right? You betcha.

Dude, Where’s Your Bride? – If I could have the honor of giving Kevin DeYoung a high-five, I’d totally do it. This article is an absolute must-read, for guys and gals – even if you (like me) are still a youngster. Here’s a snippet: “As I speak at different venues across the country, one of the recurring questions I get comes from women, young women in particular. Their question usually goes something like this: ‘What is up with men?’

“History is the memory of time, the life of the dead and the
happiness of the living.” ~ John Smith

12 thoughts on “Flotsam & Jetsam (11/3)”

  1. That’s fantastic, about the review site! I hope one of your articles is cross-featured sometime. :)

    Thanks so much for mentioning my film review! I’m so glad you enjoyed it.

    Your Flotsam & Jetsam posts always have some intriguing finds.

      1. I thought it should have been better, but that’s what I always think. The harder part of the whole thing was how to handle the given subject matter properly.

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