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  • Chasing the Christian Movie Audience
    Image: 20th Century Fox
    Chasing the Christian Movie Audience
    The new art and science of reaching the fifth quadrant.
  • Antiheroes and Saints
    Antiheroes and Saints
    Where do we get the inclination to emulate or praise our protagonists?
  • Birdman
    Image: Fox Searchlight
    Birdman
    A tale told by an idiot, signifying everything.
  • Fury
    Image: Columbia Pictures
    Fury
    What if war isn’t hell? What if it’s purgatory?

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One ChanceOne Chance
3 Stars - Good
Rated PG-13
FuryFury
3½ Stars - Good
Rated R
BirdmanBirdman
3½ Stars - Good
Rated R
WhiplashWhiplash
3½ Stars - Good
Rated R
Dracula UntoldDracula Untold
2½ Stars - Fair
Rated PG-13
The JudgeThe Judge
2 Stars - Fair
Rated R

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  • 'Dolphin Tale 2' puts faith in Christian marketing | Tampa Bay Times
    Pitching such movies to Christians is a smart, obvious move. What is interesting on Grace Hill Media's website is the amount of secular cinema the agency markets to the faithful, movies like Walk the Line, The Notebook and the Lord of the Rings trilogy, containing what is construed as inspirational meaning.
  • Essay: Confessions of a Christian film critic
    "I don’t make a habit of professing my faith in my writing — a reticence I chalk up to denomination and profession." (The Washington Post)

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A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
Why the pulpit—and not the screen—still belongs at the center of our churches.
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