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By Cynthia Jones 09 Jan, 2018
I am Cynthia Jones reminding you to be kind to others, and always do the Jesus thing.
By Cynthia Jones 08 Jan, 2018
HERE IS WHAT OPRAH SAID AT THE GOLDEN GLOBES (as she receives the Cecil B. DeMille Award)
By Cynthia Jones 08 Jan, 2018
Best Picture – Drama:
“Call Me by Your Name”
“Dunkirk”
“The Post”
“The Shape of Water”
>“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
By Cynthia Jones 04 Jan, 2018
I am Cynthia Jones reminding you to be kind to others, and always do the Jesus thing.
By Cynthia Jones 04 Jan, 2018
I am Cynthia Jones reminding you to be kind to others, and always do the Jesus thing.
By Ed Simon 03 Jan, 2018
Editor Note: Here is a powerful and thoughtful article from Ed Simon. Agree or not, it is worth your consideration. We post it here for your reflection and response. -Cynthia Jones
By Jeannie Ramos 02 Jan, 2018
This moment of spiritual reflection is brought to you by Christ in Culture.
By Cynthia Jones 01 Jan, 2018
I’m Cynthia Jones reminding you to be kind to others and do the Jesus thing.
By John Robert 01 Jan, 2018

Disney-Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has cleared the $1,000,000,000 in worldwide box office grosses in less than three weeks. Truly amazing.

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” did $120.4 million world-wide on the New Year’s Eve weekend, plush $52.4 million on 4,232 domestic screens and $68 millionworld-wideduring the Friday-Sunday period.

“The Last Jedi” now becomes the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with $517.1 million. This is only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” in the seventh spot. Worldwide it’s now 24th with $1.04 billion, dominating  Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” 

Fortune reports:
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $504 million in North America, for the top spot among 2017 releases domestically. It’s the fourth 2017 title to go past $1 billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at $1.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at $1.24 billion and “Despicable Me 3” at $1.03 billion.

By Cynthia Jones 01 Jan, 2018
Weekend of Dec. 9 29-Jan. 1, 2018
1. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle --- $67M (Gross $186M) wk2  
2. Star Wars: The Last Jedi --- $66M (Gross $530M) wk3  
3. Pitch Perfect 3 --- $21M (Gross $68M) wk2  
4. The Greatest Showman --- 21M (Gross $54M) wk2  
5. Ferdinand --- $15M (Gross $57M) wk3  
6. Coco --- $9M (Gross $181M) wk6  
7. Darkest Hour --- $8M (Gross $20M) wk6  
8. All the Money in the World --- $8M (Gross $15M) wk1  
9. Downsizing --- $6M (Gross $19M) wk2  
10. Father Figures --- $5M (Gross $14M) wk2

OPENED DECEMBER 25-29
• All the Money in the World
• Molly's Game
• Phantom Thread
• In the Fade
• Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool

COMING JANUARY 05
• Insidious: The Last Key
• The Strange Ones

COMING JANUARY 12
• The Commuter
• Paddington 2
• Proud Mary

COMING JANUARY 19
• 12 Strong
• Den of Thieves
• The Leisure Seeker
• The Final Year

COMING JANUARY 26
• Maze Runner: The Death Cure
• White Boy Rick
• Forever My Girl

COMING FEBRUARY 2
• Cloverfield Movie
• Winchester
• A Fantastic Woman

COMING FEBRUARY 7
• Fifty Shades Freed
• Peter Rabbit
• The Hurricane Heist

COMING FEBRUARY 16
• Black Panther
• Early Man
• Samson

COMING FEBRUARY 23
• Annihilation
• The War with Grandpa
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