Constructing. Designing. Inventing. Thinking outside the box. These words and more describe what it means to be an engineer. From the time we begin to use our hands as children, we begin to engineer. Aerospace, agriculture, biological, and computer are just a handful of the 200 of engineering. Without engineers, the luxuries that we overlook or may take for granted would cease to exist. Continue reading
If you are a fan of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, you have undoubtedly seen the David Fincher film. Starring Ben Affleck as Nick Dunne and Rosamund Pike as “Amazing” Amy Dunne, the film stays extremely true to the tone and nature of the novel. It doesn’t hurt that Flynn is the screenwriter. Continue reading
Last month, the second season of Orange is the New Black premiered. A fan of the show, I inhaled all episodes in a two-day period. The series is about a woman, Piper Chapman, a woman in her thirties who is sentenced to fifteen months in prison after being convicted of a decade-old crime of transporting money for her drug-dealing girlfriend.
Humans of New York, a Facebook page commonly known as HONY, gives us beautiful, funny, honest, and sometimes very profound glimpses into the lives of ordinary people. It currently has over 7.7 million followers, with thousands of “likes” and comments on most posts.
What does OITNB and HONY have in common? They each provide a glimpse into the lives of everyday men and women and how each of us has a story to tell.
In the film industry there is a small but mighty group whose goal is to bring spiritual, uplifting, and edifying messages to its audience. This group consists largely of Christian production companies from all over the world. Today, we will take a look at five of these companies (within the U.S.) and the films that are making a spiritual dent in our society. Continue reading