Author

About the Author
As an award-winning podcaster, Daniel J. Lewis gives you the guts and teaches you the tools to launch and improve your own podcasts for sharing your passions and finding success. Daniel creates resources for podcasters, such as the SEO for Podcasters training, the My Podcast Reviews global-review aggregator, and the Podcasters' Society membership for podcasters. As a recognized authority and influencer in the podcasting industry, Daniel speaks on podcasting and hosts his own podcasts covering how to podcast, clean-comedy, and the #1 unofficial podcast for ABC's hit drama Once Upon a Time, all under the umbrella of Noodle Mix Network and having received nearly 20 award nominations. Daniel and his wife, Jenny, live near Cincinnati with their newborn son, "Noodle Baby."

Jack the Giant Slayer (2013) – AYJW035

Fee, Fye, Foe, Fum! This remix of the “Jack and the Beanstalk” folktale is adventurous and reminds us of Biblical accounts, man’s pursuit of God, and the danger of sin.

The Dark Knight Rises – AYJW032

Christopher Nolan’s finale to his Batman series is remorseful and fatalistic, but raises questions of trust, fear of death, messianic connections, and more. Get your Christian critical thinking on for this movie review!

Batman: The Dark Knight Rises upcoming review

Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight series has raised many philosophical questions. We’ll be in the theater to screen The Dark Knight Rises and share our Christian review with critical thinking.

Brave (2012), fate and destiny – AYJW031

Brave is a great family movie that raises questions of fate and destiny. We share a biblical perspective with the challenging questions of predestination.

Thor – AYJW028

Thor is clean and filled with action. It has a somewhat moral message and makes us rethink certain mythologies. But opens discussions on heaven, science and magic, redemptions, and more.

Courageous (2011) – AYJW027

Short but simple, go see Courageous! This newest movie from Sherwood Pictures (makers of Fireproof) will challenge fathers and still entertain many.

Moneyball (2011) – AYJW026

Moneyball was not a heavy-hitter against critical thinking, but it does open up conversations for grace, morals, and goals.

Dolphin Tale (2011) – AYJW025

Dolphin Tale is another family-friendly movie from the makers of Blind Side. It brings discussion of tragedy, mythology, and following a path.

Please Nominate Are You Just Watching?™ for Movies/Films in the Podcast Awards

The annual Podcast Awards are upon us! Would you please nominate Are You Just Watching?™ and the rest of the Noodle.mx Network podcasts for awards?

Contagion (2011) – AYJW024

Contagion is not the first or last virus movie. But it does raise questions of morality, evolution, and—what else?—the end of humanity.