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Description: At the hot spring at Kannawa, in Beppu City, Japan, Hiroka, the only daughter of the hotel’s owner, is about to leave for abroad. Even though her departure is quick approaching, her jocular father has disappeared from the hotel seemingly to indulge some quirky pastime. Hiroka’s anxiety and irritation are growing. An elderly regular guest at the hotel worries about her and gives her two boiled eggs that he had prepared in the hot spring steam. Are they soft-boiled or hard-boiled? A storyline of eggs and the hot spring steam, a daughter and her father.
Description: Why is it that often when we receive what we want, we still feel empty? We work so difficult to succeed, but our lives just end up becoming more about us. Can success turn on us? Can we receive caught up in a smaller globe where our lives are all about the things that we want? Or is there other method to live? Where life is about more than just us. Where we see folks in need and we do something about it. Where our globe is expanding because we are sharing our success. And maybe in attempting to save someone else from their suffering, we search out that we are now the ones being saved.
Description: Believing in God is important, but what about God believing in us? Believing that we can now be the type of folks we were meant to be. Folks of love, compassion, peace, forgiveness, and hope. Folks who test to do the right thing all of the time. Who act on the unlimited occasions around us each day for good, beauty, and truth. It's simple for us to sometimes receive down on ourselves. To feel "not nice enough" or feel like we don't have what it takes. But maybe if we had more insight into the culture that Jesus grew up in and some of the radical things he did, we'd understand the faith that God has in all of us.
Description: How much time and energy do we spend wishing things were how they used to be? We often think about times in our past when things were various and wish our lives to be like that again. Some of us have even come to trust that our greatest days may now be behind us. But if we're in some method hung up on the past, what does that mean for our lives now? How are we and those around us affected if we're not totally present? If we're longing for the method things used to be, what does that really tell about our understanding and appreciation of our lives today? Maybe we need to learn to embrace our past for what it is, in order to live our lives to the fullest, right here, right now.
Description: Suffering the loss of someone we love can be the most hard thing in life to deal with. One moment we have them and the next they're gone. What are we supposed to do? How are we supposed to feel? The truth is, there's no certain method we're "supposed" to feel. Whatever we're feeling, it's okay. It's okay to feel shock, anger, denial, or whatever we may feel. It's okay. And if we don't feel anything at all, that's okay too. It's okay to have no answers and no explanations. Because sometimes all the reasoning and comforting words in the globe just aren't what we need. What might support us, however, is to understand how Jesus dealt with this type of loss.
Description: What does it mean to have a relationship with God? What does it look like? For a lot of us it's a difficult thing to totally understand. If God is an unlimited spirit with no shape or form, how can we possibly relate to that? And what about Jesus? He told he came to give everyone life in its fullest. He came to present us how to live. Maybe it's through trusting Jesus and living the type of life he taught us to live—a life of truth, love, justice, compassion, forgiveness, and sacrifice—that we have a relationship with God. Maybe the method we live each day, each single choice we make, determines how in tune with God we are.
Description: Some of the central claims of the Christian faith are the source of many discussions and heated debates. But are we everytime debating the right things? Maybe some of our discussions would change significantly if we had more insight into the current circumstances that surrounded the first folks of the Christian movement--if we had a better understanding of the things they did in the context of the globe they lived in. Maybe some of the claims of the Christian faith that we typically perceive to be special aren't really that unique at all. And at the same time, maybe we don't everytime place enough emphasis on the things that truly could matter in our lives.
Description: Maybe a mate turned their back on you. Maybe someone you loved betrayed you. We all have wounds and we end up carrying around these things that folks have done to us for weeks, months, and sometimes even years. It isn't everytime simple to forgive these folks and after a while these hurts can receive really heavy. So the only method to feel better seems to be somehow getting back at the folks that harm us, to receive revenge. But does revenge ever truly satisfy? Maybe forgiving isn't something you do for someone else to allow them off the hook. Maybe forgiveness is about you. God didn't make you to carry these wounds around. God created you to be free.
Description: We all compare ourselves to others. We spend our lives wondering what others think and tell about us. Some of us even want we were someone else. We question why we are the method we are and not the method we want we should be. Some of us have allow the expectations of others dictate who we've become. We act a certain method to be agreed but know that we're being untrue. But why are we so concerned with what another folks think, say, or look like? What does it tell about us if we are unable to agree who we are? Maybe if we really knew our real selves, we wouldn't give so much attention to another peoples' lives and live more in tune with the life God wants for us.
Description: Why is silence so difficult to deal with? Why is it so much easier for us to live our lives with a lot of things going on all the time than to just be in silence? We're constantly surrounded with "voices" that are influencing us on how to think, feel, and behave. Movies, music, TV, Internet, cell phones, and a never-ending barrage of advertising. There's everytime something going on. Everytime noise in our lives. But maybe there's a connection between the amount of noise in our lives and our inability to hear God. If God sometimes feels distant to us, maybe it's not because he's not talking to us, but simply because we aren't really listening.
Description: Things don't everytime work out the method we wish them to, or the method we think they will. Sometimes we don't even see it coming. We receive hit with some form of pain out of nowhere leaving us feeling desperate and helpless. That's the method life is. Still, it makes us wonder how God can allow these things happen to us. How God can just stand by and watch us suffer. Where is God when it really hurts? Maybe God is now closer to us than we think. Maybe it's when we're in these situations, where everything seems to be falling apart, that God gets an occasion to remind us of how much he really loves us.
Description: God loves everyone, so a Christian should, too. In fact, Jesus told that the most necessary thing in life is to love God with everything we've got and love others the same way. But it's not everytime simple to love everyone around us, is it? Sometimes we strongly disagree with another people's political views, religious beliefs, behaviors, or something else, and it makes it difficult to love them when we feel like we're right and they're very wrong. But Jesus doesn't separate loving God and loving others. So maybe the greatest method for us to present our love for God is now by loving another folks no matter how difficult it sometimes is. Maybe it's the only way.
Description: Do you often search yourself saying, "I'm so busy" or "I just have so much to do"? It's simple to receive overwhelmed with appointments, gatherings, to-do lists. But what are we really doing with our time? Many of us are running from zone to zone and it seems like life is just passing us by. We're doing so many things, a tiny bit of everything, and yet it doesn't feel like much of a life. But most of us search it difficult to tell no. We feel obligated. There are so many nice things to do. So many nice causes to join. But while we're busy doing all these nice things, are we missing out on something great? Maybe telling no would be easier if we knew what it meant to tell yes.
Description: Why do we do the things we do? Why do we go to church or give cash away? Because we're supposed to or because we think God needs it? Do we honestly place on our greatest clothes for an hour once a week, stand and sit at all the right times, and sing all the appropriate songs for God's sake, or because it'll create us look better to the globe around us? We're tired of all the empty rituals and routines. And so is God. God hates it when we call ourselves Christians but ignore all the things he really cares about. He hates it when we go through hollow religious routines out of some feeling of duty or obligation. God doesn't wish the meaningless rituals. God wants our hearts.
Description: Many of us have experienced cases where we've prayed and it felt like God wasn't listening. And yet another times we've prayed or known someone that prayed and the case changed. Does God respond prayer? Sometimes, but not all the time? Or does God everytime respond prayer and it's just that sometimes God tells no? Some of us are mad with God for not answering the prayers we've prayed for years. Why did he respond their prayer but not ours? What if there's more to prayer than just God listening and answering? Maybe if we understood how Jesus prayed, our ideas and expectations of prayer would change.
Description: We didn't have anything to do with our birth. We are all here because some girl somewhere gave us life. Her pain, her effort, for our life. And when a mother gives like that to a child, she is showing us what God is like. But sometimes this part of God's nature is overlooked. A lot of us are comfortable with male imagery for God. But what about female imagery for God? Is God limited to a gender? Or does God transcend and yet contain what we know as male and female? Maybe if we were more aware of the feminine imagery for God we would have a better understanding of who God is and what God is like.
Description: With everything that we've got going on each day, how many of us ever think about our breathing, about the meaning of breathing? Yet, for thousands of years, folks have understood that our physical breath is a picture of a deeper spiritual reality. In the Bible, the word for "breath" is the same as the word for "spirit." There's an inherent dilemma at the core of what makes us human. We've all been created in the photo of God and possess immense power and strength. And at the same time, our lives are incredibly vulnerable and fragile. Maybe if we had more insight into the meaning of breathing, we would better understand how God created us as human beings.
Description: We all receive consumed with ourselves; sometimes we're not even aware of it. We learn from a young age that life is about winning and impressing. We pick up that our worth and value come from how good, how smart, and how skilled we are. So, we twist things in our favor, making us look like we have it all together. Each day we have the choice to prop up these false concepts about ourselves or to allow go of them. Jesus invites these parts of us to die, the parts of us that say us our worth comes from the things we tell and do. Maybe it's only when we allow these things die, that we truly start to live.
Description: Emmet, Wyldstyle, Unikitty, MetalBeard and Benny reunite at the invitation of a shady fresh character, Dangerous Business, who plans to launch a curious theme park bearing a suspicious resemblance to LEGOLAND®.
Description: Three children, two brothers and their friend, victory a lottery ticket at sports forecasting. Upon deciding not to say their parents in order to purchase a ship, two criminals search out about this and test to steal their money.
Description: Join The Wiggles as they meet the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra! Joined by mates Wags the Dog, Henry the Octopus, Dorothy the Dinosaur and Andy the Conductor, they perform all your favourite songs.
Description: On a sunny day in September, she marches down the hill of a Mediterranean island. He is driving down the street with his old vehicle and picks her up. As they drive downhill, the missing pieces of the storyline unravel, and the news that so much upset her is revealed. One thing is for sure, whatever happened earlier, no one could search out. The storyline of a mother trying to come to terms with the admission of her son's sexuality in an island community that is taking the first step toward the recognition of same-sex relationships.
Description: The Bubble Guppies are making all kinds of fresh animal mates - squirrels, ducks, rhinos, elephants, and more! Join the class for six fin-tastic field trips that will have you learning about all kinds of animals from around the world.
Description: Courtney decides to go to Camp Caprice for the summer along with Ginger and her friends. Will the spoiled rich woman receive used to roughing it or crash Ginger's possibilities with a man called Sasha she meets there? Meanwhile, Carl and Hoodsey plot to stay at home during the summer to catch a dog thief by starting a vampire dog cleaning service while Darren and Miranda are sent to a military camp.
Description: Walt Disney, one of the ultimate dreamers, used his uninhibited imagination and determination to make what became the springboard for all of the Walt Disney Company's spirited and wildly successful creativity that followed -- his crowning achievement: Disneyland. Acclaimed actor Harrison Ford, who portrays Han Solo in the Star Fights movie franchise, will give viewers an exclusive preview of Star Wars-themed lands being developed at Disneyland and Walt Disney Globe Resorts. Fresh features of the ambitious plans to bring Star Fights to life at both resorts will be revealed during the show, with Master of Ceremonies Derek Hough.
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Oliver (Andrew Beckham), a middle schooler, is lonely. His workaholic parents, Jessica (Shannon Elizabeth) and Jeff (Jason Burks) have very tiny time to spend with him. Even when his father seems to create plans with Oliver, they almost everytime receive postponed for work similar reasons. Therefore, it is tiny surprise that Oliver reaches out to a several classmates, even though they are terrible news. Meanwhile, at a foreclosed home, the owners do a poor thing. They package up and speed off, leaving a mother Retriever and her five puppies behind, with no meal or water. How can they! Happily, a bank associate comes by later and spies the mom dog, taking her to a shelter. Now, the puppies are own their own, but not for long. Olver's fresh "gang" breaks into the vacant home, hoping to filch some of the stuff left behind. It's our Ollie who finds the pups and wants to take them to a humane society but once the gang leader realizes how much their road value is, he merely puts Oliver in charge of their care. More complications arise when the gang leader gets wind of a charity party where the men hope to pose as Santa's helpers and take another stuff by the five-fingered discount. Can Oliver break gratis from their terrible influence and will the puppies search nice fresh owners, along with Mother dog? This is an acceptable movie for families and everyone will love the adorable puppies. They "talk" in human voices, too, and their conversations are a stitch. But, there are some problems here that prevent the movie from being a large winner. For one, Oliver's parents are neglectful in the extreme, more so than any nice mother or dad would be, even with a huge number of working hours. So, kids will wish to discuss that with their own family. More importantly, some of the film's terrible elements are truly bad. First, the dogs are abandoned inside a house, even though there is a doggie door. Sadly, this happens but children will be bothered by this. Then, the terrible men discuss selling the dogs to the Chinese stores for meat, which is very upsetting, when Oliver doesn't fall in line. Thus, the film goes to far in portraying the nasty folks, it isn't necessary, truly. Despite these criticisms, families will fall difficult for the puppies so, as long as adults are prepared to discuss some minor matters, most everyone will have a swell time.
In the tradition of Air Buddies The Asylum actually has their own pretty & cuddly dog film, is that nice though for a studio that has been putting out some cute decent flicks this year? The respond is no. This movie sticks to the cuteness method too long and gets tired about 20 mins in. Andrew Beckham plays Oliver who wants to join the local group of terrible guys?So they break into a house and keep up fort in a house that is up for foreclosure that Oliver's father is working for the bank that is forcing the family out. In this house is a package of puppies that have been separated from their mother, the movie has some of the most annoying voice overs I have heard. I have seen a number of the Air Bud, Air Buddies & Beethoven etc movies so I am familiar with these types of movies and the fore mentioned movies are better. This film is just a platform for the dogs to present their cuteness but they are place in cases like being locked in the garage and they grab a mop and launch the door with it, because they are too short to reach the doorknob. This did not work on so many lvls even the heist at the end of the movie is poorly done and the conclusion to it is even worse. Shannon Elizabeth lends her name to the film, that's about it she does her best(I guess)but this is far from anything remotely entertaining or good. There is a stage where she and her husband Jeff(Jason Brooks)are talking about Oliver who is at the another house with his buddies but in the families kitchen his backpack and bicycle helmet sit on the counter, he just had them at the another house in the stage prior.
If you watch this movie, create sure that you haven't seen the Buddies film series or any another talking dog film first, as you won't be left as disappointed. I should only manage 15-20 mins of this on first viewing. When I then saw it was produced by the squad from The Asylum, I could have realised that the film would've been terrible before I purchased it. The unique results is just awful. and that just spoils a film for me. Previous Asylum Films I may have caught on TV, may have had terrible SFX and story, but its surprising star movie, would've kept my attention. But this failed in that respect too.
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