Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Movie Review by JJ Denton)

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    binary options strategy with bollinger bands Our preview was attended by Walden Media co-founder Michael Flaherty. It was great having him answer some questions and share some of his personal insight into the movie and process. He talked with JJ after the movie and solicited his response as a student. The picture is of JJ with Mr. Flaherty after the movie. (Sorry about the quality. It was the back of a darkened theater and taken with a cellphone.) JJ promised he would write a review of the movie. Here’s what he (JJ) writes:

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Here’s a trailer clip to make you want to see it.

Posted: December 24, 2010 
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  1. The Amish Umpire says:

    I have been praying for your church since I have found it Jeff. I can’t wait to see it, when Fran and I visit you on the way to our new home in Salado Texas in March. Please say hello to Deana and the children from us.

    God’s Blessings
    The Amish Umpire

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