Movies & TV
The Book of Life
Visually splendid tale of myth and wonder, though not without some disappointingly modern conclusions.
White Bird in a Blizzard
The latest from YA-adaptation darling Shailene Woodley is disappointingly self-centered.
Identical Twin Sisters Growing Up Thousands of Miles Apart
A new PBS film premieres tonight and raises questions about family, fate, and culture.
The Streaming Roundup: Intellectually Engaged Christians and HBO Stand-Alones
Plus, they'll be there for you, starting in January.
The News Roundup: Superhero Casting and Harry Potter Spinoffs
Plus trailers and the (very familiar) 2015 Oscar host.
The Critics Roundup: "The Best of Me" and "The Flash"
A faster superhero show and yet another forgettable Sparks romance.
The inspiring story of Paul Potts, the frumpy opera buff who won "Britain’s Got Talent."
Preachers on the Web: "Plant" and "Leaving Eden"
Two short-form web series explore the lives of ministers and congregations.
Embedded Sin and "The Honorable Woman"
A show that explores the Middle East conflict, and a whole lot more.
A film about art, discipline, and the benefits of someone who cracks the whip.
The News Roundup: More “Meatballs” and An All-Female “Ghostbusters”
Plus a bunch of trailers and Yahoo! gets into TV.
The Streaming Roundup: All the Scary Movies and Kid Flicks
Plus, keep up with The Flash and find Forrester.
The Critics Roundup: “Gracepoint” and “Men, Women & Children”
A show and a movie about the evil lurking in every human heart.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
All of its characters are having the worst day, but the movie certainly isn't.
For Peter Pan filmmaking, it's not that bad.
Like watching the All-Star game: nobody cares who wins.
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