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Reviews by Greg Wright

Greg Wright

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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A Greater Yes: What Is the Victorious Life? See more reviews by Greg Wright
This film deserves to be singled out because it’s bold enough to portray spiritual disappointment in a fashion that compares favorably to seminal en...
Life is Hot in Cracktown: The Title Serves Notice See more reviews by Greg Wright
While this movie may realistically portray “creatures from another Unisphere,” as the crack-addled Benny puts it, its real weakness is that it pro...
Home: Beyond Sweet See more reviews by Greg Wright
This is a delightful, nearly-perfect film for a thoughtful evening at home. I can’t recommend this film heartily enough.
Morning Light: How You Play the Game See more reviews by Greg Wright
Just how exciting can a documentary about eleven college kids on a boat sailing across the Pacific to Hawaii be? If you find your attention wandering ...
Review: Gran Torino See more reviews by Greg Wright
Is Eastwood trying to point out the limitations of faith? Is he trying to remind us that people are perfectly capable of living a life of faith witho...
Imagine That: This Ought to be a Hit See more reviews by Greg Wright
Ultimately, the film asks: If you were handed the keys to the kingdom, what would you do with them? And the answers that director Karey Kirkpatrick a...
Whose Line Is It Anyway? Just About Enough of a Good Thing See more reviews by Greg Wright
The best stuff is, of course, when the professionals do what the professionals do best—make funny—in contexts that are truly surprising. The forma...
Terminator: Salvation: Where's the Science? See more reviews by Greg Wright
The story itself isn’t half bad, and the three interwoven plots work fairly successfully. Where the movie first starts to break down is with its in...
S. Darko: The Legend Doesn't Continue See more reviews by Greg Wright
It’s rabbit-trailing, time-tripping, future-shifting vision does make me think about "Butterfly Effect"-ish philosophy a little more deeply than I h...
Industry Interview: John Ratzenberger See more reviews by Greg Wright
John Ratzenberger is both a tireless worker—with dozens of films such as Pixar’s "A Bug’s Life" and several TV series to his credit—and a tire...
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I Still Believe
5 of 5 Stars!
I Still Believe
The movie was amazing!!! We couldn’t pull it up on our tv though. My husband tried for a whole hour. We finally... [read more]
Quote For The Day
"Christ is the visible image of the invisible God. He existed before God made anything at all and is supreme over all creation. Christ is the one through whom God created everything in heaven and earth. He made the things we can see and the things we can't see-kings, kingdoms, rulers, and authorities. Everything has been created through him and for him. He existed before everything else began, and he holds all creation together."
- Colossians 1:15-17

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