Movie Review: The Eyes of Tammy Faye

Movie Review: The Eyes of Tammy Faye

There is a strange attraction to the spotlight. Like moths, some are drawn to it and become who they are as they dance within its light. “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” is a film that tells the story of how time in the spotlight drove a couple to the heights of fame and...
‘Pig’

‘Pig’

There are always many people that gather at intersections in my city looking for help. Most are not really seen and, if seen, they’re ignored. Yet, all of these people have a story, and that story may be something that would blow us away if we knew it. “Pig,” a new...
‘Nomadland’

‘Nomadland’

An ominous statement about the town of Empire, Nevada, opens the film, “Nomadland.” It says the town lived because of the U.S. gypsum plant. The plant closed and, within a couple of years, the town’s ZIP code was discontinued. We then meet Fern (Frances McDormand)....
Have We Lost Movies Because of Pandemic?

Have We Lost Movies Because of Pandemic?

It has been too long. Too long since I have actually been to the movies. Too long since I wrote a review of a movie. I have written reviews for EthicsDaily.com since 2001. EthicsDaily.com and Nurturing Faith combined to become Good Faith Media in July, but I have yet...
Questioning Society Discovers Jesus in Comic Books

Questioning Society Discovers Jesus in Comic Books

We live in a time when the largest growing religious group is known as the “nones” – people who do not claim any religious affiliation. In the Jan. 29 issue of “The Christian Century,” the rise of the nones is one of the top 10 trends of the 2010s. Within this group,...