The documentary Architects of Denial is out today in theaters and on-demand. It was produced by Montel Williams and Superman actor Dean Cain, and features Julian Assange and George Clooney among others.
I just saw The Case For Christ. It is based on the true story of journalist Lee Strobel.
He and his wife used to be atheists, but in the 80's she became a believer. He was shocked and very upset. He thought to himself: "hey...I'm an investigative journalist...I will do the research and prove to my wife that Christianity is based on false premises." However, the opposite happened and he became a believer as well.
The movie is based on the book he wrote about those events. It's actually a really good movie...not the cheesy kind And for those who are not into watching lectures and reading academic books, it is a more "entertaining" way to learn about the evidence for Christ, according to doctors, psychologists, archeologists, etc.
The movie just got added on Netflix. Here's the trailer...
I watched this great movie yesterday and it didnt disappoint one bit.
Churchill is one if the greatest orators of the 20th century. I remember the first time i ever heard one if his speeches in an Irin Maiden song and i was hooked since that day.
I recommend u watch this if u like political untrigue and rough british humour and sarcasm coming from an alcoholic white guy.
It paints a rather polished image of churchill but the guy eas indeed awesome despite his many flaws
Armenian-American Who Helped Stop French Train Attack Stars as Himself in New Clint Eastwood Film
LOS ANGELES—Armenian-American professor Mark Moogalian, the first passenger to tackle a gunman during a terrorist attack on a high-speed train traveling to Paris from Amsterdam in 2015, will play himself in Clint Eastwood’s upcoming film “The 15:17 to Paris.”
Mark Moogalian (Photo: The Telegraph)
According to sources, the film also stars Moogalian’s wife, Isabelle Risacher Moogalian, who was also on board that day.
During the high-speed train ride on Aug. 21, 2015, Moogalian tackled gunman El-Khazzani, who was armed with an AK-47 assault rifle. It was reported that Moogalian instinctively acted to protect his wife Isabella and managed to take the assault rifle away from El-Khazzani. The assailant managed to then draw another gun and shoot Moogalian in the neck.
Moogalian, who is from Midlothian, Va. and teaches English at Paris-Sorbonne University, was quickly rushed to a hospital where he was rehabilitated and eventually made a full recovery from his injuries.
In Sept. 2015, less than a month after the incident, Moogalian was awarded the Legion d’Honneur, France’s highest honor for bravery, by then French President Francois Hollande at the Élysée Palace.
Written by Dorothy Blyskal, “The 15:17 to Paris” is based on the autobiography The 15:17 to Paris: The True Story of a Terrorist, a Train, and Three American Soldiers by Jeffrey E. Stern, Spencer Stone, Anthony Sadler, and Alek Skarlatos. Stone, Sadler, and Skarlatos—the American passengers who helped stop the attack by tackling the attacker—also star in the film as themselves.
The film is scheduled to be released on Feb. 9 by Warner Bros. Pictures.