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Working Moms, On Screen and Behind the Camera
Documentarian Laura Waters Hinson creates films to reflect the ultimate narrative.
Some Final Notes on "Left Behind"
Responding to some of the responses, and drawing lines in the sand.
Fishing Without Nets
Seeing the Somali pirates from the other side.
The Critics Roundup: “How to Get Away With Murder” and “The Equalizer”
Viola Davis and Denzel Washington get away with a whole lot.
The Streaming Roundup: “The Fault in Our Stars” and Getting Away With Murder
And a lot more to watch, including a show about a futuristic King Kong.
The News Roundup: “Exodus” and a New Pixar Trailer
Plus a long-lost Sherlock movie and more.
New York Film Festival: “Whiplash” and “Maps to the Stars”
A musical crowd-pleaser from a new director, and something else entirely.
Gone Girl
Take a deep, deep, very deep breath.
The Boxtrolls
They worked so hard on the animation that they forgot to write a good story.
The Good Lie
A stirring tale about the Lost Boys of Sudan raises a good question: Is it ever OK to fib?
Left Behind
Not a "Christian movie." Not even close.
Lazy Cultural Engagement
Can we stop proof-texting culture?
The Streaming Roundup
Get caught up on shows before their season premieres, or argue over “How I Met Your Mother” all over again.
The News Roundup
Listen to the "Gone Girl" soundtrack, the "Django" sequel, "Big Brother," and more.
The Critics Roundup: "Gotham" and "The Skeleton Twins"
The movies and your TV screen just got a little bit darker.
Believe Me
Christian satire is hard to do well, especially in a movie. But this one gets it right.
A Tale of Two Political Dramas
There's something vital about "Madam Secretary" and "Scandal," and we can't afford to miss it.
The Maze Runner
A copycat of a copycat, and not a good one.
New York Film Festival: "Goodbye to Language" and "Hill of Freedom"
Two films that bend the rules of cinema.
Revisiting (a Disturbing) "Carousel"
Apparently, if you love someone enough to let him beat you, you’ll never walk alone?
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Bless This Tackle? Not a Prayer
Bless This Tackle? Not a Prayer
Christians’ misguided fight for football devotions isn’t working.
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