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Muslim Actor: 'It's An Honor to Play Jesus'
CT talks to Haaz Sleiman, who portrays Christ in 'Killing Jesus,' which airs this Sunday.
I’m Kimmy Schmidt, Minus the ‘Unbreakable’
A cult survivor explains what a new sitcom gets right—and wrong—about life on the outside.
White God
Visually surreal but thematically muddled, this festival favorite doesn’t quite live up to its hype.
While We're Young
An enjoyable reflection on aging and the awkward pursuit of relevance.
Asking the Insufficient Questions
In some ways, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and 'God's Not Dead' aren't all that different.
Making Searchers of Us All
Some movies, like 'Jauja,' invite us to go beyond narrative question and toward experience.
Insurgent
It's fine to think you're the chosen one, but what if you never grow up?
The Gunman
A self-serious dud that doesn't take its audience seriously.
Serena
Not all recipes for surefire success pan out. This one sure didn't.
The Critics Roundup: ‘The Jinx’ Finale and ‘The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’
The finale that shocked a nation—and a filmmaker—and a comedy that shouldn’t work.
Postcard from SXSW #3: ‘Peace Officer’ and ‘Wild Horses’
A documentary and a new film from Robert Duvall give look at the lives of law enforcement officers.
Postcard from SXSW #2: 'Out to Win' and 'Raiders!'
Why do men make movies? To share a passion. Here's two from SXSW.
Postcard from SXSW #1: 'Love & Mercy,' 'The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson,' and '808'
Our correspondent on the ground talks to the team behind the Beach Boys film and more.
The Critics’ Roundup: ‘The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” and ‘Dig’
Critics weigh in on an aptly-named film and an intriguing start to a "spiritual procedural."
Cinderella
When it comes to remaking classics, Disney shouldn’t try so hard.
Chappie
Just another sci-fi flick about a robot becoming sentient? Or a deeper look at the immortality of the soul?
3 Ways Christians Will Address Cultural Issues in the Coming Years
The way we engage culture as Christ followers matters. It matters a lot.
The Word, the Flesh, and the Biblical Epic
What do we do with biblical epics in light of Scripture?
The Drop Box
It doesn’t prove that these kids are worthwhile; it just shows that they are, and that's what's beautiful.
Maps to the Stars
A well-acted but excessively bleak satire of the Hollywood echo chamber.
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