Tagged: genre: religion/spirituality
We’re nearly 3 months away from the end of the year, and though 2013 still seems to be a rather lackluster year (again), I had some time to look back at last year…
Have you ever been in love? So in love that you’re willing to give up your life not being with the person you love, only for the peace of mind that by doing so, they’ll have a decent life.
A woman searches for her adult son, who taken away from her decades ago when she was forced to live in a convent.
It’s been around longer than I’ve been living in this world, yet Los Prisioneros’ single titled Sexo, which accuses the commercial value of sex in the world and its consumers seems to be more relevant now more than ever before.
An over-educated and unemployable 24-year-old Brown University graduate has an emotional breakdown when inanimate objects in the shape of animals begin talking to her.
Machines, robots turned human, politics, religion and the metaphysics all blend in the revamp of this 1978 show for SyFy.
Terrence Malick attempts to capture the overwhelming nature of love, in all its beauty and horror, in the incredibly emotional To The Wonder.
Ben-Hur still stands on its own greatness after over 50 years.
Season 3 is all about remission regarding Cathy Jamison’s cancer, but the problem with the remission theme is that it made Season 3 pretty boring to watch.
Mark O’Brien was a journalist/poet who was disabled from the neck down due to polio. Already in his 40s, O’Brien decides to no longer be a virgin with the help of a professional sex surrogate.