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SXSW 2014—Day 9: The Winding Stream; Wicker Kittens; Double Play: James Benning and Richard Linklater; Two Step
We wrap out a week of coverage with films that are the kind of stuff you will like if you like that kind of stuff.
SXSW 2014—Day 8: Vessel
A documentary raises an important question: when it comes to abortion, shouldn’t we all choose our words carefully?
The Quick Take for March 14, 2014
Great Netflix picks, reports from Sundance, a documentary narrated by Natalie Grant, and more.
SXSW 2014—Day 7: Break Point; I Believe in Unicorns; Joe
Suffer the little children.
Le Week-End
Coming to terms with a lifetime of choices and commitments in the City of Love.
SXSW 2014—Day 6: Fort Tilden; The Great Invisible
Who says juries never make mistakes?
SXSW 2014—Day 5: DamNation; The Possibilities are Endless; Housebound; Beyond Clueless
An environmental documentary stands out as the film festival reaches the halfway point.
Mr. Peabody and Sherman
Our resident kid critics take on the story of a dog and his boy.
SXSW 2014—Day 4: Beginning with The End; Silicon Valley; A Night in Old Mexico; Cesar Chavez; Participant Films Session
An uplifting doc about hospice, thinking about film for social change, Robert Duvall, and a TV pilot from the 'Office Space' director.
The Wind Rises
Miyazaki's farewell film is above all an elegy for the impermanence of beauty, art, love, and ultimately life itself.
Noah: Application for Christians and Hollywood
Dr. Jerry Johnson, President of the NRB, answers the question, "Should we go see the Noah movie?"
SXSW 2014—Day 3: Cumbres (Heights); Shorts
A road trip movie and a collection of short films.
Veronica Mars
A long time ago, we used to be friends . . .
SXSW 2014—Day 2: She's Lost Control; Only Lovers Left Alive
A pair of well-made films with limited commercial appeal.
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson's latest is a feat of filmmaking, a formally-interesting movie that's also deeply meaningful.
SXSW 2014—Day 1: 'Chef'
Jon Favreau celebrates creativity in festival opener.
The Quick Take for March 7, 2014
Streaming picks, critics on the weekend's movies, Veronica Mars is back, and more.
Son of God: Not Just Another Pretty Face
How Hollywood’s portrayals might actually teach us about God, if we look beyond appearances.
The Lunchbox
Two lonely people find one another in the most unexpected way.
Particle Fever
Finding the "God particle" is fascinating business. And yes—matter matters.
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You Probably Love (or Hate) 'Heaven Is For Real' for All the Wrong Reasons
You Probably Love (or Hate) 'Heaven Is For Real' for All the Wrong Reasons
It's not a travel guide. And Colton Burpo isn't the first Christian to have an ecstatic experience.
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