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Adam Ford, an original artist for his own Christian web-comic, has a reputation for both hilariously goofy and extremely powerful web-comics (though some of his work really stretches the definition of "comic"). In this comic from March 27, 2015, Adam takes a look at what the Bible says about Jesus' appearance in comparison to what we're used to seeing.
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SPOILER ALERT: THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS.
By Keith Hughes / @KeithHughes9
RUN TIME: 94 Minutes
Jim Parsons as Oh, Rihanna as Gratuity "Tip" Tucci, Jennifer Lopez as Lucy Tucci (“my mom”), Steve Martin as Captain Smek, Matt L. Jones as Kyle
Director: Tim Johnson
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Synopsis: Home is based off the book “The True Meaning of Smekday”
The Boovs must find a new home after fleeing their previous one in fear of an attack by their enemies, the Gorgs. This leads them to Earth, where they begin a “friendly” invasion by relocating all humans to one place and dwelling in their now abandoned homes. Here we meet Oh, the central character of the movie. Oh is different, but seemingly unaware, from all the other Boov. After sending an accidental mass email that all but guaranties the Boovs destruction, he becomes a fugitive. On the run, he becomes allies with a human girl and the two together would not only change Boov history, but also the histories of mankind and Gorgs alike.
Review: “Best movie ever.” Not my words but a little boy’s to his mother after the movie had ended. Even though I can’t agree with his proclamation, I won’t say he is wrong. Home is a movie about friendship, fear, love, sacrifice, courage, and much, much more. As believers, we can learn some valuable lessons from this movie.