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Michael Clark

Jan 16, 2024
Armageddon Unavoidable, But Survivable In 'I.S.S.'
The saving grace is that "I.S.S." ends on an upbeat, optimistic note which gives us hope that Armageddon can be, if not unavoidable, at least survivable.

Dec 7, 2023
Actor Scott Comments on 'The Oath', State of Christian Films
The problem with most Christian cinema is it leads with the message and tails with the story. It has to be the other way around in order to truly influence people.

Oct 31, 2023
D'Souza's 'Police State' a Must See for All of Us
"Police State" is a sprawling, often-shocking, and always informative movie any and all U.S. citizens, regardless of their political affiliation, need to see.

Sep 1, 2023
Left Should Be More Careful Choosing PC Casting Battles
A person convincingly pretending to be other people on stage and screen is much harder than it looks. It is a talent few possess and shouldn’t be qualified based on ethnicity or gender or given a pass because of physical limitations.

Dec 16, 2022
Movies 2022: The Year in Review
This year was the first full calendar year since 2019 when viewers could watch new releases in traditional brick and mortar theaters, something many "experts" said would never happen again.

Oct 14, 2022
Jason Loftus Talks About Animated Indictment of CCP
Labeled a threat and danger to the state, Falun Gong is anything but that. In order to display to their fellow countrymen the facts they hack into a news broadcast and show their self-produced video containing the correct information regarding their benevolent actions.

Sep 7, 2022
A Timely Interview With 'My Son Hunter' Director Robert Davi
Since his 1977 debut in "Contract on Cherry Street" starring Frank Sinatra, Davi has appeared in close to 100 films and TV shows.

Aug 26, 2022
Isaiah Washington's 'Corsicana' an Instant Classic Western
This week sees the release of "Corsicana," a Western starring Washington as Bass Stevens, the first Black U.S. Marshall west of the Mississippi River who arrested over 3,000 outlaws during his three decade career as a law-enforcement officer.

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