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Moms’ Night Out: Another Must See Movie by the Erwin Brothers
It’s that most wonderful time of the year: time to celebrate the birth of Jesus, Emmanuel, God with us.
Unfortunately, too many folks succumb to the hustle and bustle of the season, scraping frantically for presents, decrying the traffic and long lines, and wondering why it’s so wrong to wish someone “Merry Christmas.”
All the more reason to grab a video, a worthwhile movie, gather the family with some popcorn, and escape all of the shopping madness.
And of late, two brothers, Jon and Andrew Erwin, have made a name for themselves and stunned Tinseltown as their worthwhile movies …
Defying Hollywood, ‘I Can Only Imagine’ Soars at the Box Office, Resonates with Viewers
Hollywood stands as an eclectic, self-congratulatory private club, whose mainline members flaunt wealth and hedonism, pontificating re guns and violence and the #MeToo scandals, while simultaneously producing films overflowing with guns and violence and promiscuous and perverse sex.
That coastal and SoCal enclave, brimming with egos, yet, for the most part, devoid traditional and biblical values, produces movies full of anti-faith, anti-values messages and themes. Week after week films debut that gleefully plumb the depths of depravity, cheered on by jaded critics who only wake up mid-viewing if an envelope-pushing movie grabs their attention.
Hollywood and its Lefty members and …