106: The Goonies

Each month, our beloved Patreon supporters get to choose one movie for us to cover in an episode of Popcorn Theology. When they heard that David had not yet seen The Goonies, their choice was quickly decided. 

We did get around to chatting about The Goonies on this episode, but we may or may not have but definitely did start with Richard railing on Thanksgiving and David telling us what he got for his Thanksgiving Gifts (you heard that right.) 

Once we got to the Goonies, we chatted a bit about the idea of ‘adventure’ and whether a desire for adventure is good or bad; the idea of settling for something less than what would truly satisfy us; and one of us may have said, ‘Hey you guys!’ 

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  1. Currently listening to this episode. Wanted to share that the Narnia books were numbered by release date when I was a kid and I read them in that order. When I received a copy of the series as an adult I was surprised by the new numbering of chronological order and have thought these stories might be more challenging to “get in to” in chronological order.
    The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe is such a wonderful book; once read I found I wanted more and more so continued to read. After reading the original 1st book (LWW), I wanted to know the origin of Narnia but I don’t think I’d be that interested in the origin of Narnia prior to falling in love with the series through LWW. Does that make sense?


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