Movies & TV
Why “The Hunger Games” Is About Racism
And why it may give us a way to talk about what that means today.
The Streaming Roundup: The Oscars Are Coming
Plenty of contenders to watch over the holiday weekend.
The News Roundup: Bill Cosby, New Trailers, and 'Better Call Saul'
Plus Sony ditches the Steve Jobs movie and picks up ‘1984.’
The Critics Roundup: ‘Dumb and Dumber To’ and ‘Beyond the Lights’
The critics are divided on a long-awaited sequel and a tale of pop stardom.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part I
Why are we supposed to hate this movie?
‘Jane the Virgin’ Pokes Serious Holes Through Our Reasons to Wait
What a goofy CW comedy gets right about abstinence.
What “Rosewater” Says About Principled Pluralism
Religious conviction, untempered by dissent, can harden into oppressive ideology.
Absolutely, "Interstellar" Is a (r)eligious Movie
And that's across all its dimensions.
The Critics Roundup: “Before I Go to Sleep” and “Laggies”
Two films about forgetting and forgoing.
Great Stories – But Are They True?
Two documentaries at 2014 Virginia Film Festival explore mythmaking.
Where Are All the Good Stories about Marriage?
And how Christians in the arts can bring them back.
The News Roundup: Toy Story 4, Book of Acts, and 5th Graders
Sequels and reboots galore.
The Streaming Roundup: Evil, Apocalypse, and "Princess Diaries 2"
Plus a lot of good stuff on Netflix this month.
Big Hero 6
It's plenty of fun for kids, but it ends up being a good time without ever really being a good movie.
God in the Tornado
A documentary explores where God was in the midst of a very real tragedy: the tornado that devastated Moore, Oklahoma.
The Theory of Everything
A heartbreaking work of super-duper staggering genius.
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