IMDB Link: Power Rangers
How watched: Vudu
My Review: Nothing will ever beat the original Power Rangers movies if you’re a 90’s kid like me. When the new movie was announced I was excited and skeptical at first. While I wanted to see this in theaters it didn’t happen. I also stayed away from movie reviews both written and video reviews. It’s not very often I do that with movies.
First lets start with the Characters: Like I said above nothing will every beat the original cast of Power Rangers, but this new bunch did the job and I would didn’t disappoint. Darce Montgomery ( Stranger Things ) played Jason the Red ranger and leader of the power rangers. I really liked him as the leader. He played a football jock who got in trouble which led him to detention. Naomi Scott played the Pink power ranger Kimberly. RJ Cyler
So what will our Devotie Adventures Podcast be about?
That’s a good question. We have been thinking about the last couple of weeks as we get ready to record the first few episodes while we are on home time.
Devotie Adventures will be about
- Travel of course
- Some travel tips
- Life of a truck driver
- Product’s that we think will help with travel
- Book reviews?
- Much More
We are still coming with a format for the show. We do know that the show will probably be anywhere from 20 to 30 mins for each episode. We will also put it on all the popular podcasting sites ( Itunes, Spreaker, Stitcher, etc )
What is taking so long for the first episode?
Time is the killer of all things especially when you are a truck driver but that is no excuse. We are going to record the first few episodes this weekend and play around with the format and come up with one that we both like.
Facebook: Devotie Adventures
While Melissa and I have been out on the road trucking our life away, we have tried to decide what we could do for hobbies during our down time. Now our down time isn’t much, but when we have it we are stuck in the semi sometimes for half a day.
I have always liked video games, so naturally, I choose to play video games. Melissa loves to craft, so she crochets.
I like videos games because the make the time waiting go by faster. Now if we were at home, I would have all kinds of systems hooked up to the tv (More on that later). We can’t exactly do that while we are on the road.
So I needed something that is portable, easy to pack, lightweight, and something I could fit in my pocket. Growing up I used to have a Nintendo DS. So the more I thought about it, the more I wanted one once more.
I decided on the one above. It wasn’t bad on on the wallet either. I got the system and game for less than $100.00. Now if you do get a DS they are plenty to choose from. I went with a Mid to late release of the system so I could play more games on it. So what do y’all do for hobbies while out on the road?
We took the plunge and dived into the world of Vlogging. We bought a Go Pro and will be filming our adventures while out on the road. It will be interesting to bring friends and family along on this crazy adventure.
A lot of friends and family have been asking for updates, so we figured this would be the easiest way to keep people updated and not have to repeat ourselves.
We are also doing this for us. We want to have something that we can look back on the memories that trucking has created for us. We are very blessed to be able to travel the USA for a living. Yes, it will have it’s up and downs, but every job does. What we love about it is we love to travel and we are at some place new every day.
Our training has been going smooth so far. We have been out on the road longer than expected, but that’s ok. We have seen 16 states. So far our favorite states that we have driven through have been New Mexico and Colorado. The drive from New Mexico into Colorado is absolutely stunning.
The video explains our first set back during our training. We might be exploring St. Louis, MO this upcoming weekend. Stay tuned for more updates. God bless and happy travels.
Richie & Melissa
Our trucking careers have officially started. We have gone on the road for over a month now.
We have seen some pretty amazing views of the this great country of ours. One thing for sure is we are ready to be back home.
The best drive has been through New Mexico going up to Colorado.
We are blessed that we get to travel as a living and learning some new about trucking every day.
So far we have got to stay in Texas for a week, and unfortunately our truck broke down near Quincy, IL. But on the bright side we got visit the boyhood home of Mark Twain.
We will be starting a podcast soon and will be updating this blog more often. Stay Tuned.
2016 is now in the books. What a year it was. Melissa and I started new careers and moved across state lines. I was reflecting on what I would like to accomplish in 2017.
The top thing I would like to accomplish in 2017 is to read through the New Testament of the Bible. To help me with I found a great reading plan from Lifegate Church in Kansas City. You can find it Here. You will need to be able to read PDF.
(Sample of the first week)
The second thing I would like to accomplish in 2017 is to read more books. I found a great challenge to help with this. It’s called The Christian Reading Challenge. It has four different levels. Tim Challies posted it on his website. You can find his post Here.
Melissa and I are starting a new career in the Trucking industry. Yep, we are becoming truckers. We will be traveling a lot more in 2017. I hope to have an accident free year and safe travels. Once we get our truck, we plan on making devotionals from the truck.
What are some of your plans for 2017?
Note: Featured image was taken from hacksawridge.movie website.
What Others are saying about the movie!
Hacksaw Ridge” is a war film of the old school, celebrating nobility, courage and self-sacrifice in the tradition of “The Bridge on the River Kwai,” “Paths of Glory” and “Saving Private Ryan.
Ann Hornaday: The Washington Post
Link to full Review: ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ celebrates a pacifist in the midst of blood and gore
Hacksaw Ridge is a grisly WWII movie that excels as an action/thriller, but has mixed success in realizing its loftier thematic ambitions.
Sandy Schaefer: Screen Rant
Link to full review: Hacksaw Ridge Review
My Take on the movie Hacksaw Ridge
Hacksaw Ridge tells the true story of WWII medic Pfc. Desmond T Doss ( Andrew Garfield ). Mr. Doss incredible story comes to life in Mel Gibson’s latest film. The story starts out kind of slow, but really picks up along the way and leaves you hanging on the edge of your seat. The best actor in the movie wasn’t Andrew Garfield which he did a great job.
Vince Vaughn did one heck of the job of playing a drill instructor. Vaughn is usually in comedy flicks, so it was nice to see him play a serious role. I believe this is Mel Gibson’s best film as a director. The movie kept you on the edge of your seat the whole time and had everything you could want in a War Movie.
One word on that. We all know that Mel likes to be realistic. So the gore is there. Plus there is some nudity ( Someone’s Butt ). I believe this was one of the best movies in 2016. So go out to the theater and take some tissue’s with you when you go see Hacksaw Ridge.
Next Week: We will review the Movie Bridge of Spies starring Tom Hanks.