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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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Planet 51: You Betcha See more reviews by Greg Wright
"Planet 51" is the inaugural production of Madrid's ILION Animation Studios, which may account for the freshness of their work.
The Informant! Is Strained Comedy See more reviews by Greg Wright
If "The Informant!" was intended to make me feel like a compulsive liar, then Steven Soderbergh succeeded.
Mommo Is a Downbeat Turkish Delight See more reviews by Greg Wright
Sometimes life is just monstrous.
Ice Castles is a Serviceable Remake See more reviews by Greg Wright
Although this "Ice Castles" is a much better-looking film than the original, the skating ultimately trumps the characters and the story.
Final Solution, Special Edition: The Final Cut? See more reviews by Greg Wright
Writer/director Cris Krusen invents a narrative that packages a greater truth in a fashion which downplays the horror of the actual facts.
The Book of Ruth Is No Homer, Babe See more reviews by Greg Wright
If theatrical comfort food is to your taste, then you've come to the right place with "The Book of Ruth," starring CCM legend Carman as Boaz.
The Master Plan is Visionary, If Rough See more reviews by Greg Wright
I don't think I've ever seen a shoe-string budget film that was as visually arresting as "The Master Plan."
The Christmas Hope: Light in the Darkness of Grief See more reviews by Greg Wright
Thanks in large part to a surprisingly subtle and moving performance from Madeleine Stowe, "The Christmas Hope" deliver the kind of emotional package ...
Night at the Museum 2: About What You'd Expect See more reviews by Greg Wright
Night at the Museum is lit up by bona fide stars who are clearly just having a whale of a time playing larger-than-life characters.
Sarah's Choice is Opting for Excellence See more reviews by Greg Wright
Because "Sarah's Choice" does not at all play like a generic film churned out by a CCM-clone film industry, I think this is a movie i could look forwa...
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