The new film Dark Waters is filled with faith-fueled environmental activism.
Throughout the film, attorney Robert Bilott and farmer Wilbur Tennant’s Christian faith is portrayed matter-of-factly as a part of their lives as they work to take down DuPont chemical company.
Have you ever wondered how the iconic spy James Bond got his name? Ian Fleming, the writer of the novels that birthed the movie franchise, was an avid bird-watcher and on a trip to Jamaica after World War II, he noticed a book on birds of the West Indies by an ornithologist from Philadelphia named James Bond.
Imagine Mark Twain’s “Huckleberry Finn,” only with a crab-pot thief and a young man with Down syndrome, instead of Tom and Huck. And instead of the mighty Mississippi, imagine the estuaries of North Carolina. And instead of skipping school to run away, imagine running away to attend school (well, wrestling school).