An incredible cast moves the audience beyond entertainment. The Crucible brings a past history to life and leaves questions for why we believe what we believe.
When most people think about country music, seldom do they think of the word, “Christian.” Many people believe that country music only appeals to those who grew up in the south or on a farm. This standardized view of what it is to be “country” is something that Josh Turner does a great job of steering far away from in his new album Punching Bag.
Last year, Theory Hazit, a low key Christian hip-hop artist, released his album Thr3e. Within Thr3e, Theory paints a distinct picture of his past. He combines his words, linking them with a smooth approach and flow as he raps over beats that have an old school flavor to them.
Les Mis paints the portrait of one man’s journey to redemption during post-French Revolution. Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) plays the thief who finds redemption and love through caring for a child but is continuously in hiding and on the run from Javert (Russell Crowe), a man who is committed to finding Valjean in order to bring honor to the law. The story follows Valjean as he repeatedly makes new chapters in his life in order to avoid Javert’s sentence.