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Do women really relate best to a woman who is a hot mess?
The Quick Take for July 4, 2014
What the critics are saying about Melissa McCarthy’s latest and some exciting news for 'Sherlock' fans in this week’s quick take.
Life Itself
A heartfelt, clear-eyed tribute to Roger Ebert - and the form he pushed forward.
Earth to Echo
A film that desperately wants to be a modern-day E.T. falls woefully short.
Deliver Us From Evil
The biggest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing us he didn't exist.
Is it dystopian? Is it apocalyptic? Either way, 'Snowpiercer' is dazzlingly imaginative and unconventional.
The New Apocalypse
Recap and commentary for the pilot episode of HBO's new post-Rapture show, 'The Leftovers.'
Prayer, Dark Mysticism, and Flannery: A Conversation with Scott Derrickson
The director of 'Deliver Us From Evil' - and Marvel's pick for 'Dr. Strange' - talks about faith, evil, and why he makes horror movies.
The Quick Take - June 29, 2014
Should you really spend your money on another Transformers movie? Or would it be better spent on a non-musical Clintwood musical?
Begin Again
The director of 'Once' is back, this time in New York City, with a work of love.
The Quick Take for June 20, 2014
A Christian dating show? That and more in the Quick Take.
22 Jump Street
The buddy comedy feels a bit recycled the second time around - and it knows it.
The Quick Take for June 13, 2014
The critics take on whether orange really is the new black and what’s streaming in this week’s quick take.
How to Train Your Dragon 2
It's familiar, but it's still a ton of fun.
Obvious Child
A romantic comedy about abortion? A director and actress go there.
Something, Anything: An Interview with Paul Harrill
The director of 'Something, Anything' talks about making a movie, shooting at a monastery, and telling stories about faith, doubt, and journeys.
The Quick Take for June 6, 2014
Blackbeard, Mr. Holmes, & Star Wars updates, oh my!
Edge of Tomorrow
Aliens attack . . . on Groundhog Day.
The Fault in Our Stars
A star-crossed teenage love story about the biggest of big questions.
Moviegoers Want More Faith-Based Films, Hollywood Delivers
Is it possible that Americans want more Christian values in films?
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No Such Thing as 'Other People's Problems'
No Such Thing as 'Other People's Problems'
How the church can help develop a 'we' culture for the next generation.
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