Up in the Air is a film which allows the viewer a different perspective on the successes and losses encountered in the business world and the impact of those events on one’s personal life and relationships. In this uncertain economy, it is a very topical.
Click on the image to be taken to the review and discussion of this film.
What can a rat teach us about using our gifts, welcoming the ‘outsider’ and considering how we treat those who we think don’t belong in the same places we do? This wonderfully-animated feature film might help you think about these questions.
Click on the image to the left to read Erin Mills’s review of the film.
Potential theological conversations with The Princess and the Frog can occur around the themes of temptation and the nature of evil. The writer suggests that the film could also be used in a series of classes on the Lord’s Prayer when the group reaches “and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.”
How do we determine the value of something? How does our preoccupation with money and things get in the way of an authentic life? This film is excellent for considering what it means to live a Christian life.