A Bug’s Life / Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace – The 2 only movies I saw in the movie theaters in Norway. A Bug’s Life is still my favorite Pixar movie, and I still really love Phantom Menace,
I’m not writing much– the Love Conspiracy retreat this weekend wore me out! But here I go– my favorite movie– or at least a top choice! The Adventures of Baron Munchausen This gargantuan production from Terry Gilliam (Monty Python and
I love musicals. I’m not ashamed (usually). They are fun, diverse, and interesting. Moments of fun, Deep Questions of Life, Odd Characters, Epic Storylines- (and no, I’m not talking about High School Musical). It’s good to look beyond the typical
So, in case you didn’t know, YouTube has a smorgasbord of enjoyable delights. I shared a special YouTube site earlier at http://fun.evanweppler.com/2011/10/24/fun-youtube-nonsense/, but here are some cool YouTube items you might like. 1. Mashups- These actually existed before Glee (Yes!
I have had an inkling within my mind over the past couple years, and simply haven’t had the gusto to try and write it out—and I still don’t. But I felt like sharing it with all of you. It would
Bear with me for a moment—because I am going to give you a nice long quote from CS Lewis, and while I could summarize it or just pull a few quotes here and there, I’d rather give you a nice
This past summer, I served as the Assistant Day Camp Director (not Assistant to the Day Camp Director) at Forest Glen Christian Camp. Having gone there since I was eight years old, this was a wonderful experience for me, first
Something along these lines– A television show focused on mockery of commercials, ads, trailers, etc. So often I sit and watch these ads that are so deserving of parody, but nothing arises. Of course, these are the problems: –
There have been a number of films at the back of my brain, constantly chewing on my grey matter and making me wonder, “What was that?” In one successful evening, I have now located three of these productions.
This is an ad I made for the International Justice Mission at Baylor University in Spring of 2011.
A man has trouble talking. Really. That’s it. That is the problem of the movie. In a time of coming war and political issues, this is the central topic of The King’s Speech. And thank God. We need the personal. (Or
I made this the other day after seeing that some artists had done mashups of Lord of the Rings and the Muppets. It started as a simple idea, but it grew bigger and bigger. I decided to incorporate all the
One of my favorite channels on YouTube is Kids React by the Fine Bros. I love the childlike wisdom coming from these… wise children. It’s so encouraging to hear them nay-say the silly internet trends and cute to hear them
http://showmenonstop.com/ This site allows you to search for a topic and watch non-stop, full screen videos that load one after another. It’s very aesthetically pleasing and could be your replacement for TV (no, not really). And if you want to
Each of these films are at different points of completion. 1. Keith Green Feature Film- This movie is still in the early stages, the screenplay still being written. I see Rich Mullins and Keith Green as two sides of the