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Beasts of No Nation
What do you do when the world is in your living room?
Bring tissues: anchored by outstanding performances, this story of a mother and son is uncommonly moving.
In Birmingham they love the governor—but they love football and Jesus even more.
The Peter Pan adaptation narrowly escapes being buried under its own ridiculous spectacle.
Just Try Something: A Dispatch from the New York Film Festival
When it comes to movies, it might be better to try and fail than to play it too safe.
Steve Jobs
The imperfect film that demands a viewing.
'The Leftovers' Observes a Grief and Moves On
The second season of the post-Rapture HBO drama tries to start over in a new place, but grief chases them down, with echoes of C.S. Lewis.
Faith In the Wibbly Wobbly Universe of Doctor Who
How this sci-fi show won over a theology geek like me.
The Martian
Matt Damon and the whole world take on the Martian elements.
The Keeping Room
A feminist Civil War drama that mostly works - except for all the mumbling.
The Walk
The film is flawed, but the wire walk makes it all worth it.
The Intern
A conventional film that explores gender in 21st century America in a surprisingly mature way.
99 Homes
America's master of social realism tells another gripping story, this one set during the 2010 housing crisis.
Hotel Transylvania 2
A not-so-beloved original gets a much better sequel.
Film Festivals, Social Issues, and First World Guilt
Films like 'Beasts of No Nation' raise our awareness of global tragedies. Is that enough?
A remarkably morally dense and thrilling look at people, politics, and the power that controls the two.
Time Out of Mind
Want to know what it feels like to be homeless? Let Richard Gere show you in this extraordinary performance.
The trouble with true stories is all over this star-studded Christian one.
A movie about a fateful climb that brings up a question: is “Christian Tragedy” an oxymoron?
Black Mass
Johnny Depp is great as the vampiric gangster Whitey Bulger, but the film falls curiously flat.
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The Colonists’ New Religious Mystery
The Colonists’ New Religious Mystery
Sorry, Pilgrims: Jamestown’s spiritual life is suddenly much more fascinating.
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