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Greg Wright is Managing Editor of both Past the Popcorn and Hollywood Jesus.  An ordained pastor, Greg is the author of Tolkien In Perspective: Sifting the Gold from the Glitter (2003) and Peter Jackson in Perspective: The Power Behind Cinema’s The Lord of the Rings (2004).  A widely-known lecturer on Tolkien, Lewis, film, and fantasy, Greg resides in the Seattle area with his precious wife Jenn and their two cats, Grynne and Bearrett.

You can find a complete archive of Greg’s movie reviews at Past the Popcorn, and his extensive online work relating to The Lord of the Rings resides at Hollywood Jesus.  Greg’s books are available through HJ Books and most online bookstores.

Below is a list of movie reviews with the most recent ones listed first.


Current Reviews
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When Special Features Detract See more reviews by Greg Wright
Even though Joffe overreached himself here, and made it nearly impossible to patch together a coherent cut of the film, what Joffe was aiming for was ...
Review: Dolphin Tale - Ordinary Package, Excellent Film See more reviews by Greg Wright
I was dead right that it would be difficult even for hard-nosed, jaded reviewers to pan this film. The critics' score at Rotten Tomatoes stands at 83...
"The Help" is Well Worth Writing About See more reviews by Greg Wright
Like most contemporary filmmakers schooled in the Steven Spielberg Formula for Succcess, Tate knows that "show them, don't tell them" can be distilled...
West Side Story (Fathom Event) - Still Clicks See more reviews by Greg Wright
What I have always loved about the filming of West Side Story is the way in which the camera captures the choreography. Most musicals frame a shot, a...
Christmas with a Capital C - Great Characters, Good Heart See more reviews by Greg Wright
Dan Reed, the embattled mayor of a small Alaska town, finds his leadership questioned as another Christmas approaches, when who should come back to to...
The Human Resource Manager - Darkly Subtle Humor See more reviews by Greg Wright
The film is set during precisely the season and year that I also made a visit to the same part of Romania. I saw the same post-Soviet cultural confusi...
The Greening of Whitney Brown: Light and Enjoyable Family Fare See more reviews by Greg Wright
Director Peter Odiorne keeps the pacing brisk and deftly light as Whitney's world comes crashing down with the economy. She and her parents fall quic...
Cafe: Gently Profound See more reviews by Greg Wright
This is a simple film that asks big questions like: What would it really mean if God did exist? What does he have to gain from meddling in our lives?...
The Captains: Unexpectedly Deep See more reviews by Greg Wright
I'm almost embarrassed to admit that I have, of late, been working through the newly-restored release of the original Star Trek series, available for ...
The Elephant in the Living Room: Ohio Yesterday... Your Neighborhood Next? See more reviews by Greg Wright
If you care at all about animals and law enforcement—if last week's news about the dozens of exotic animals slaughtered in Harrison’s backyard int...
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The Case For Christ (2017)
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The Case For Christ (2017)
High quality film, actors and story. I hope it blesses many and changes hearts... [read more]
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