Weekend Entertainment

And on the seventh day God finished his work that he had done, and he rested on the seventh day from all his work that he had done. So God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it God rested from all his work that he had done in creation. Genesis 2:2-3


You deserve the best. How about viewing some great award winning short films and documentaries as part of your weekend entertainment.

We are dealing with severe heat in the East, but I won’t complain because this past winter was sooo cold and bitter.

But while we are dealing with a heat wave, I will use Godly wisdom and keep cool and relax and checkout a few entertaining films and catch up on some of my favorite tv shows.

Since I am a big believer in sharing good things, here are just a few videos and short films I believe you might also find enjoyable to peek at over the weekend.

For the sake of some who find profanity to be off-limits, I have indicated a rating for each.

Have a great weekend and remember to keep God first and share the good news!

In Him Alone

The Counterfeit Christian
2015 The Year of Our Lord

Melt Down –David Green (2009)      “G Rating
Ever wonder when you closed your refrigerator just what is going on in there with your leftovers and food products? This is truly a comic gem that will have you cheering, laughing and grasping. Runtime: Six minutes

The Man Who Sells The Moon| Op-Docs | The New York Times    “G Rating”
Dennis Hope of Nevada was nearly broke and needed to find a source of income. He looked up at the moon and he says he knew that was his next opportunity…selling parcels of land on the Moon. He claimed the moon for his property and has been during it for over thirty-years now. Is he a con-artist or a truly brilliant man? Running Time: Six minutes, twenty-six seconds.

China’s Web Junkies: Internet Addiction Documentary | Op-Docs | The New York Times “G Rating”
This is a short-film documentary about young Chinese boys who are addicted to the internet and are sent to a camp, similar to a boot-camp, to de-program them. Runtime: Seven minutes, 12 seconds.

 Multi Facial-Vin Diesel (1995)   “PG Rating” (this film contains profanity in the beginning)
The super-action actor Vin Diesel was a struggling actor but his multi-ethnic appearance cause him problems from getting roles, however, his father encouraged him to make his own movie. Vin cast other struggling actors from New York. Long story short. Vin film was selected for a screening at the Cannes film festival and Steven Spielberg saw it and offered Vin a role in the film Saving Private Ryan. And as they say, the rest is history. Runtime: Twenty-minutes

Stop /Short Film by the Green Brothers   “G Rating”
What happens when a Brooklyn high school student leaves baseball practice and is stopped by two New York police detectives? This is a realistic tale of the NY stop and frisk policy. Stop is a Sundance Film Festival short selection. This short-film will keep you on the edge of your seat. Runtime: Nine minutes, nine seconds.