Michael Manacci takes time to examines the themes of grief and sorrow found in Big Hero 6 and as well as a Biblical response.
Many years ago, out of what I felt to be a godly conviction, I gave my roommate my DVD collections of Neon Genesis Evangelion and Serial Experiments Lain the latter because a specific scene in the series tempted me to sin and the earlier because I felt the show represented God in a poor light. Since that time, I’ve acquired both series once again and have watched them on multiple occasions. Did I change my mind? Had I made a mistake?
. The world of Your Lie in April is real and vivid as you watch life happen for these young people. Perhaps, more than most anime that I’ve watched, Your Lie feels authentic. Aside from beautiful visuals and an even more amazing score, Your Lie shows real people in open, honest, and raw ways. While there are many comical breaks to save you from the seriousness of some of the more somber storylines, it handles its topics well.
Michael J ManacciWriter In 1961, Dr. Joseph Campbell wrote an anthropology book entitled The Hero of a Thousand Faces. In it, Dr. Campbell presents his theory referred to as monomyth or the hero's journey. Since its publication, this book has been the benchmark for fiction writers to develop proper character development by simply following the … Continue reading Great Things From The Least of Us: A Rogue One Devotion by Michael J. Manacci
Just saw Disney’s Turning Red… Like many of you, I’ve seen a paste and copy Facebook post talking about how terrible this film is. I want to respond to the things said in that post and many others.