Guest / Limited Access /
Page 3 of 3

All that said, The Monuments Men is okay, if you don't expect too much from it. It's a fine rainy-Saturday movie.

But shouldn't we expect more from our art?

Caveat Spectator

The movie is rated PG-13 for "some images of war violence and historical smoking"; the MPAA failed to note in their rating that there's a few profanities, all of the s*** variety. A woman suggests to a married man that he could spend the night at her place, but he doesn't. "War violence" equals a few people getting shot and dying. They do smoke quite a bit. This is World War II.

Alissa Wilkinson is chief film critic at Christianity Today, assistant professor of English and humanities at The King's College, and editor of QIdeas.org. She tweets at @alissamarie.

Tags:
Browse All Movie Reviews By:
Read These NextSee Our Latest
TrendingHeaven Tourism Books Pulled from Nearly 200 Christian Bookstores
Heaven Tourism Books Pulled from Nearly 200 Christian Bookstores
(UPDATED) LifeWay responds to Southern Baptist resolution on 'the sufficiency of Scripture regarding the afterlife.'
Editor's PickThere's Still Power in the Blood
There's Still Power in the Blood
Remember when we used to sing about how awesome it is?
Comments
View this article in Reader Mode
Christianity Today
The Monuments Men