As was announced a week ago, Let There Be Movies is closing up shop here and merging with Reel World Theology. While we’re very excited to be moving onto new and bigger things, it’s tough to let go of something you’ve invested so much time and effort in. In our three years we’ve reviewed over 200 movies, compiled over 40 lists and ranted on about 50+ random things. The idea for LTBM was sparked from an idea by Gene at an apologetics conference in 2012 and grew to what it is today with a solid audience of Facebook, Twitter and WordPress followers. We thought a nice send-off would be to take a moment to reflect on what we’ve published over the years and pick one each that was our most favorite. Hopefully you’ve read a lot of these, but if not, please check them out.
Rant by Logan
This week we’re taking a look back at the good, the bad, and the ugly of 2013. What were our expectations? Were they fulfilled? Or were they obliterated?
The movies I was looking forward to most this year and the movies that are my favorite from the year ended up being two pretty different lists. Here are the movies I was looking forward to the most (in no particular order)
Review by Tres
So this past week my wife and I took a chance on Now You See Me. Now I have been a fan of magic since I was a young boy. One of my all-time favorite birthday presents was a magic kit to do small magic tricks. Growing up I have seen magic shows, watched several specials, including when the David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty disappear and when he walked through the Great Wall of China. Continue Reading