SOFIA WYLIE PRESENTS – THISisME – Tribute to the Feature Film “The Greatest Showman”



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SOFIA WYLIE PRESENTS – THISisME – Tribute to the Feature Film “The Greatest Showman” TAG them in the comments @greatestshowman @thehughjackman @zendaya @zacefron

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Born in Scottsdale Arizona, Sofia has an accomplished resume at such a young age. Growing up Sofia had an innate gift in performing and it was not long before Sofia’s talent were spotted while dancing for Justin Bieber and on America’s got Talent that she was encouraged to try acting professionally.

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Sofia’s role as Buffy Driscoll on the award winning Disney Channel hit series Andi Mack (2017) helped Sofia win her first lead in the feature film, “Back of the Net” (2018). Sofia other television credits include roles on Nickelodeon’s “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn” and “School of Rock”.

Sofia wants to expand her love of entertainment, and hopes to write, direct and produce her own films in the future.

In her free time, Sofia loves to binge watch entire TV series at home with her mother, eat gluten free pizza and shop. Sofia lives with her parents and sister who was a winner on the Food Network’s “Chopped Junior” cooking competition. She also loves her Teacup Yorkie named “Baby Violet”.

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GREGORY PECK: The Bravados (Western Movie, English, Full Length, Classic Feature Film) full westerns



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Full Western Movie, Full Length Cowboy Film starring GREGORY PECK and JOAN COLLINS, English: (1958) The Bravados (original title), Drama, Free Full Movie, Buong Pelikula.

The Bravados is a 1958 American western film (color by DeLuxe) directed by Henry King, starring Gregory Peck and Joan Collins. The CinemaScope film was based on a novel of the same name, written by Frank O’Rourke.

A man is chasing four outlaws who killed his wife and finds them in a small town’s jail but they escape to Mexico.

Director: Henry King
Writers: Philip Yordan (screenplay), Frank O’Rourke (novel)
Stars: Gregory Peck, Joan Collins, Stephen Boyd

PLOT (Wikipedia): Jim Douglas (Gregory Peck) is a rancher pursuing four outlaws after the murder of his wife six months before. He rides into Rio Arriba, where four men, Alfonso Parral (Lee Van Cleef), Bill Zachary (Stephen Boyd), Ed Taylor (Albert Salmi) and Lujan (Henry Silva), are in jail awaiting execution, by hanging, for an unrelated murder. Sheriff Eloy Sanchez (Herbert Rudley) allows Douglas to see the men.

In town, Douglas meets Josefa Velarde (Joan Collins), whom he met nearly five years previously in New Orleans. She has been looking after her late father’s ranch. Douglas reveals he has a daughter (Maria Garcia Fletcher). Other townspeople include Gus Steimmetz, his daughter Emma (Kathleen Gallant) and her fiancé (Barry Coe).

The executioner, Simms, arrives, and aside from a brief drink with Douglas, seems to show little interest in socializing or advance planning for his task. Simms holds off until the townspeople are at church, then, while pretending to evaluate the men he is to hang, stabs the sheriff in the back. The sheriff shoots and kills Simms, but the inmates leave the sheriff unconscious, escape and take Emma as a hostage. The wounded sheriff comes into the church with the news that the prisoners have escaped. A posse rides out immediately, but Douglas waits until morning, as he anticipates one of the prisoners will stay behind to cut off everybody at a pass, which is what happens. Douglas eventually catches up, and when night falls, the prisoner leaves to join the rest of his group.

The posse finds a dead man, who appears to be the real Simms. Douglas later locates Parral, who pleads for his life. Douglas kills him, then ropes another outlaw, Taylor, by the feet and hangs him upside-down from a tree. The two remaining fugitives reach the house of John Butler (Gene Evans), a prospector and Douglas’ neighbor. Zachary kills Butler, after which Lujan steals a sack of coins Butler had. They see riders approaching and flee, leaving Emma behind. One of the riders turns out to be Josefa, with Douglas coming toward them from another direction. The posse also arrives and finds Emma, raped by Zachary, in the house.

Douglas goes back to his ranch to get fresh mounts, but finds that the fugitives have taken his last horses. He leaves Josefa with his daughter. At the Mexican border, Douglas enters a bar, finds Zachary and kills him in a gunfight. He then goes on to the home of the fourth man, Lujan, who has a family of his own. When shown a photo of Douglas’ murdered wife, Lujan insists he has never seen the woman before. He recalls that he and his companions rode past the ranch. Douglas points to Lujan’s sack and states that the men who killed his wife stole it. Lujan explains that he took the bag from Butler’s dead hand, whereupon Douglas realizes that it was Butler who killed his wife.

Now knowing that the four men whom he pursued had nothing to do with his wife’s death, Douglas realizes that he is no better than they were, having also killed in cold blood. He returns to town and goes to the church to ask for forgiveness. The priest (Andrew Duggan) says that while he can’t condone Douglas’ actions, he respects him for not making excuses for what he’s done. Josefa arrives with Douglas’ daughter, and they exit the church together, with the townspeople cheering Douglas outside.

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Cassandra + Ryan Wedding Feature Film – Columbus Athenaeum & Boathouse – Columbus, Ohio



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We had such a blast capturing the wedding of Cassandra + Ryan! Their 4th of July wedding took place at The Columbus Athenaeum and their reception was held at the Boathouse at Confluence Park. Cassandra spent so much time on creating many of the details of their wedding day and it shows by how absolutely beautiful everything turned out! We hope nothing, but the best for this fun and amazing couple!

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Aaron Krause – “Feeling Kind of Free”
U137 – “Watching the Storm”
Kaptan – “Way Out (Instrumental)”

Zoom.us Webinar Feature is a Must for Churches



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You need to check out Zoom.us new webinar feature. Your church can leverage this new resource in a big way! People are too busy. They don’t want to show up to your event always.

You think your event is a big deal, but they aren’t buying it. You have to understand where they are coming from. They have to book it in advance, then find a sitter, and then hopefully that day nothing drains them to want to skip it. They might just end up bailing anyways to catch up on their Netflix queue. Check out my video tutorial of how your church can use Zoom.us’s inexpensive webinar feature.

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Krystal + Jonathan Wedding Feature Film – The Sheraton & Vineyard – Columbus, Ohio



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We had a great time capturing Krystal + Jonathan’s wedding day! Their ceremony took place at Vineyard Church, in Westerville, Ohio and the party continued at the Sheraton Hotel at Capitol Square, in downtown Columbus, Ohio, for their reception. You can tell that everyone had such a great time celebrating this fun-loving couple’s marriage. We couldn’t be any happier for Krystal + Jonathan! Congrats!

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Music:
Goldford – “I Wish These Leaves Would Fall”
Hannah Miller – “Fighting (Instrumental)”
Johnny Stimson – “Easy (Instrumental)”

Pope Francis at St. Patrick’s Church | The New York Times



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Pope Francis visits St. Patrick’s Church in Washington on Thursday to meet with people served by Catholic Charities.

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How the Catholic Church Hid Away Hundreds of Irish Children | Times Documentaries



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Ireland wanted to forget, but the dead don’t always stay buried. One woman made it her mission to unearth the truth.

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Abuse Documentary: The Shame of the Catholic Church | Retro Report | The New York Times



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Sexual abuse in the Catholic Church has been making headlines for years. Some priests have been punished, but what about the bishops who shielded them?

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Drive-In Jesus: Worship From Your Car At Daytona Beach Church | Op-Docs | The New York Times



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In Florida, going to church without leaving your car is commonplace at Daytona Beach Drive-In Christian Church–the church has been offering services from the convenience of your car since 1953.

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At first the idea of sitting in a car to go to church might seem deranged. What could be more vacant of spirituality and human connection than going to church sealed off in the most alienating of American inventions, your car?

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Feature Documentary – WACO: The Big Lie



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Made just after the standoff in Waco Texas with the Church known as the “Branch Davidian’s”.
The film challenged the mainstream news reports of the Branch Davidian siege, government coverup of the events surrounding that day, many inconsistencies in the official story the government reports, and the hypocrisy of using deadly weapons to “rescue” children from their parents.
This Film and the follow up, The Big Lie Continues, detail how the Governments Lie and will Murder You if they can get away with it.
This film is displayed to inform and educate.
We hope you enjoy this well made, albeit poor sound quality, documentary.