Philip Seymour Hoffman: a rare breed of actor
Brendan Malone is a married father of three beautiful daughters and he works full-time for the John Paul II Centre for Life in Christchurch, New Zealand in media and education. Apart from dealing with the media, his job involves regularly speaking to schools, churches conferences and other groups about life issues, sex and relationships, and ‘authentic manhood’. Whenever anyone asks him what we can do to make this world a better place, his answer is always the same: ‘save the culture, save the world’.
4 Feb 2014 | POPCORN |
He commanded audience attention because of his raw acting talent.
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Manliness doesn't need to be reinvented, just reclaimed - here's how.
I open doors for women because I admire them
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And no, my academic friend, it is not "benevolent sexism".
Living With Dead Hearts
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China's kidnapped children, and what one father learned from his search.
New condom advert a siren call to man-boys
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Why fatherhood is good, even though condom adverts beg to differ.
The case for watching zombie films
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They are a chance to look at society as we know it under the microscope.
The 2013 Oscars
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They got the best picture right and the best actor right. How did they ever choose the best foreign film?
Zero Dark Thirty
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A film that holds a mirror up to America and confronts it with some tough ethical questions.
Safer chemical abortions? Yeah, right.
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Evidence from Australia undercuts claims about the safety of RU486.