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Yo, 11/21/2014
I'm generally pretty cynical about the whole concept of splitting books into multiple movies, but with Mockingjay, not only was it absolutely the right move, but it may help the weakest book become the best movie. Hunger Games, The: Mockingjay Part 1 (2014)
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Little Hope Was Arson
What Does Forgiveness Look Like?
Jacob Sahms, Editor, 11/21/2014
This is an intense film, whether you’re a Christian or not, because it challenges us to consider how love and forgiveness are manifested, what causes us to lose our way from what we know is right, and ultimately, how we can change when our lives have sunk that low. Watch and consider your own life: Do you forgive? Can you?
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