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Black Beauty (1971)
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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To Save a Life Shows True Grit See more reviews by Greg Wright
"To Save a Life" demonstrates quite clearly that the path to God is narrow and treacherous, and that we travel it one life at a time.
Broken Hill Brings Fresh Music See more reviews by Greg Wright
Writer/director Dagen Merrill's "Broken Hill" is one of the most engaging teen melodramas in a long time.
Rain Is a Slice of Real Life See more reviews by Greg Wright
I enjoyed "Rain" because it took me into a different and interesting world.
Smile and Put on Your Game Face See more reviews by Greg Wright
Even teenagers will be drawn in by the small bunch of American and Asian slackers and over-achievers in this film.
Secrets of the Mountain: Walmart's Making Movies See more reviews by Greg Wright
The feeling of adventurous innocence—coupled with a B-grade, TV-movie "Mummy" aesthetic—is captured perfectly in Walmart’s second foray into fea...
The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry Is True to the Times See more reviews by Greg Wright
It feels like another preaching-to-the-choir family friendly program for the faithful, but then again it isn't.
Billy: The Early Years is Put Out to Pasture See more reviews by Greg Wright
The most gripping scene gives Charles Templeton, the atheist, visual high ground, yet never gives Graham an opportunity to mount a stirring rebuttal.
World Exploration is Far Off the Beaten Track See more reviews by Greg Wright
If you've got a taste for gritty, unvarnished, off-the-beaten track real-life adventure, then you'll really score with this set.
The Men Who Stare at Goats Revisited See more reviews by Greg Wright
Perhaps most interesting about this fictionalized tale is that it doesn't poke fun at the idea that there's a legitimate difference between fighting f...
The Lightkeepers Are in Rocky Shoals and Shallow Water See more reviews by Greg Wright
The nicest thing about the film is what it has to say about the power of reconciliation and transformation. These are values that always worth thinki...
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I Still Believe
5 of 5 Stars!
I Still Believe
I have found "Lionsgate-
" always puts out an inspiring Christian story of overcoming in Jesus the things that come our way that... [read more]
Quote For The Day
"For I know the plans I have for you," says the LORD. "They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope."
- Jeremiah 29:11

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