Film Review: The Day of the Jackal By Metaphysical Reviewer Jacklyn A. Lo The Day of the Jackal is a 1973 political thriller film directed by Fred Zinnemann and starring Edward Fox. The film is based on the 1971 novel of the same name by Frederick Forsyth. Mature and Dark-Souled The assassin, code-named “The Jackal” accepted an offer to kill a high-ranked politician. It is… Read More »The Dark Soul of the Jackal. Film review
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This is a Faith-based film reviewed by Jacklyn A. Lo. Faith in God “Father Stu” (2022) is one of the best biopic films about the hard path of a man to Faith in God. Stuart ( Stu in short) is a professional boxer with a father who is a drunkard living for his own pleasure and a loving mother, without a spiritual spark Change His life destiny… Read More »Father Stu ( 2022). Spiritual Movie Review
Metaphysical Movie Review by Jacklyn A. Lo – Se7en ( 1995), director David Fincher. This is an awesome mystery film with metaphysical elements. In a period of church crisis, there is a high need for content that would give people some answers to the question of what is good and what is bad. spiritual awakening “Seven” is a rare film capable of promoting spiritual awakening… Read More »Se7en ( 1995). Metaphysical Review by Jacklyn A. Lo
Metaphysical Movie Review by Jacklyn A. Lo – Elizabeth ( 1998), Director Shekhar Kapur. An amazing historical film about women’s rights in 16th-century England, and the struggle of Elizabeth I for leadership in Europe. woman as a country ruler One of the most exciting things about the film is that a woman from 1500-es not only becomes the ruler of a country¹ but also succeeds… Read More »Elizabeth (1998). Metaphysical Review by Jacklyn A. Lo
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