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Hollywood isn't generally known for popping out religious films, but in recent months (and periodically throughout the decades), they've become big box office and big business.
In this lighthearted show, we look at religious films from the past century, from Cecil B. Demile fare to the recent "Son of God" and various non-Hollywood movies that have "blessed" theater screens with tales of divinity, tragedy and (almost inevitably) large amounts of cheese.
If you've seen "The Ten Commandments," "The Passion of the Christ," or the recent (and some would say sacreligious) Aronofsky interpreation of the "Noah" story, bring your reviews and join us for an entertaining podcast.
VIDEO: Nicolas Cage (mentioned in this show) - http://youtu.be/kOCF0BLf-BM
We are getting brutally honest, real, descriptive, & more on our Hollywood turn-ons, turn-offs, and also talking about a plethora of things people have said over the years about some of these wonderful people.
In the wake of tinseltown's release of "Biblical" series and movies such as Son of God and Noah, it would seem Hollywood is trying to appeal to a broader audience. Some mislead professed christians are very enthused by the whole deal and it shows on social medias and blogs alike. But are those movies an adequate representation of biblical truth? Or are they just more ways to mislead the masses away from Yahweh and His truth?
In this episode of The Pursuit of Truth, we will look into the darkness of Hollywood and expose it to God's light. What are the origins of Hollywood? Is there truly rampant satanism among the stars and movie producers? And what to make of these epic biblical movies all comming out in the last few months?
Join me, as we dare to pursue the truth about these questions and as we prove that Hollywood is truly run by Antichrists.
How fat is too fat and how thin is too thin in Hollywood? We're talking all about the WEIGHT of the issue that seems to be taking over the entertainment industry - Fat vs. Skinny! From Melissa McCarthy to Jennifer Lawrence - we will discuss the ultimate hollywood question - Does your BODY SIZE matter? We know it's a touchy subject, but no worries - WE'LL STILL MAKE YA LAUGH, because in reality...... this shit is FUUUUUUUNNY!
Wednesday April 23, 2014 2 PM PST 3 PM MST 4 PM CST 5 PM EST
Sometimes you have to get over adversity quickly because the next opportunity is closer than you think... Just ask Vlatka Knezevic. She has worked hard to get to be called Miss North Hollywood and she is working even harder to make sure her impact is felt upon the world. Stream or call in live to hear the things this dynamic young lady is doing. Feel free to call with your questions.
Tonight we talk about upcoming movie conventions that are going to be happening in 2014 and about some of the amazing talent that is going to be there.
We talk about our own personal experiences of course, as we revisit some of these classic actors, and of course some of the classic movies they have been in.
Join us as we talk for about 40 minutes (and counting) about some of the can't-miss actors appearing at a convention near you, and soon!
Wednesday, April 2, 3 pm ET, The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds will travel from Hollywood, USA to Nuremberg, Germany to bring you two stories of World War II only recently uncovered.
Joining the show is author Tim Townsend whose new book Mission at Nuremberg, An American Army Chaplain and the Trial of the Nazis tells the controversial and thought-provoking story of Army Chaplain Henry F. Gerecke. At the end of World War II, Gerecke was recruited for the most difficult job of his life: ministering to twenty-one prominent Nazi leaders awaiting trial at Nuremberg, including Hermann Goering, a chief architect of Hitler’s “Final Solution” and Joachim von Ribbentrop, Foreign Minister of Nazi Germany. Townsend, a former religion reporter at the St. Louis Dispatch, holds master’s degrees from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Yale Divinity School.
In Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War, Mark Harris brings us the untold story of the extraordinary wartime experiences of five of Hollywood’s greatest and most legendary directors, all of whom put their stamp on World War II, and were changed forever by their experience. Harris explores the “lost chapters” of celebrated directors: John Ford, William Wyler, John Houston, George Stevens, and Frank Capra who left Hollywood at the peak of their success to join the Armed Forces and shape the way America saw the war. Harris is the author of Pictures at a Revolution: Five Movies and the Birth of the New Hollywood, a New York Times notable book of the year, and a columnist for. Entertainment Weekly. He is a graduate of Yale University.
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