A to Z Challenge
A Month At The Movies
Hello and welcome back to A Month at the Movies, my contribution to the A to Z challenge for 2023.
This year I am copying from a myriad of other A to Z challengers by reprinting the same synopsis about my theme with every letter. You can skip over this part if you want to.
|Picture from Light Magazine Article Chuck Smith: Father of The Jesus Movement|
|Time Magazine June 21, 1971|
Cover Credit Stan Zagorski
mmunity - and transforms it into a bland, TV movie-of-the-week experience. James Berardinelli - ReelViews
I liked this movie and especially liked the warts and all approach of the characterizations. Each of these characters is flawed. Each of these characters makes mistakes. Some of you who know the historry of these events know that not all the mistakes some of these characters made are mentioned in the movie. Some have suggested that this means a white-washing of the events. I don't land that way. If a two hour movie was made about me many of my foibles, sins, and setbacks would not be seen. I have more than 2 hours of foibles, sins and setbacks in a day let alone a life time, However, that each of these characters are shown as human rather than superhuman it is easier to see the divine in them,