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Subscriber Access Only Why ‘Christianity Today’?
The vision that has animated this magazine from the beginning.
Why 'Christianity Today'? The vision that has animated this magazine from the beginning. Why 'Christianity Today'? The vision that has animated this magazine from the beginning.
Hotel Transylvania 2
A not-so-beloved original gets a much better sequel.
action and rude humor.). Genre Animated, Children. Directed By Genndy Tartakovsky. Run Time 1 hour 29 minutes. Cast Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg
Tribeca Film Festival 2016 Round-Up
Movies about humor and disappointment, inequality and autism, celebrity and Scientology.
services throughout the year. Here are my picks. 'Life, Animated'. Life, Animated. Roger Ross Williams. US theatrical release: July 8, 2016. A good candidate
Morning Roundup 6/2/15
Pastors' Spouses; Time-lapse of NYC; Getting Attention in the Christian Blogosphere
If you are interested in the history of New York City, here is a wonderful 500 year animated timelapse video from the perspective of the new One World Trade Center.
'The Jungle Book' Honors Tradition and Does Something New
The differences are telling, and so are the similarities.
The 1967 animated The Jungle Book was—for no specific reason I can discern—the only Disney movie allowed in our home when my little brother and I were growing up.
Inside Out
You can’t please all of the people all of the time—or can you?
elements and some action.). Genre Animated, Family. Directed By Pete Docter, Ronnie Del Carmen. Run Time 1 hour 35 minutes. Cast Amy Poehler, Phyllis
Big Hero 6
It's plenty of fun for kids, but it ends up being a good time without ever really being a good movie.
elements.). Genre Animated. Directed By Don Hall, Chris Williams. Run Time 1 hour 42 minutes. Cast Scott Adsit, Ryan Potter, Daniel Henney, TJ Miller.
The Good Dinosaur
Possibly the most generic Pixar movie ever.
Genre Animated. Directed By Peter Sohn. Run Time 1 hour 33 minutes. Cast Jeffrey Wright, Frances McDormand, Maleah Nipay-Padilla, Ryan Teeple.
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On the Film Festival Trail
The surprising Christian energy—and partnership—in the world of Sundance and True/False.
This year, that includes Roger Ross Williams (Life, Animated), Kim Snyder (Newtown), Andrew Neel (Goat), Will Allen (Holy Hell), and Whit Stillman (Love & Friendship).
The Critics Roundup: "The November Man" and "The Congress"
What the critics are saying about Pierce Brosnan’s return to the silver spy screen and Robin Wright’s animated political flick.
What the critics are saying about Pierce Brosnan's return to the silver spy screen and Robin Wright's animated political flick. The Critics Roundup: "The
Dispatch from Berlinale—‘Zero Days’
A compelling and essential documentary about worms, terrorism, cyber warfare, and Stuxnet.
Plays Christine, which also made its international premiere this week here in Berlin.) Gibney skillfully puts together stills, video footage, narration, interviews, and animated elements to
Morning Roundup 7/24/14
Religious Freedom vs. LGBT Rights?; New Calvinism; Charismatic Catholics
They're also claiming a powerful ally in Pope Francis, who in interviews and speeches has joked that he first regarded the animated charismatics as "samba school" students but now
10 Obscure Gospel Moments Most Jesus Films Miss
A look at commonly neglected gospel stories and films that depict them.
Much better is the exorcism scene in The Miracle Maker (2000), an animated film that uses stop-motion puppets to signify the objective world—and hand-drawn animation to signify
The Nut Job
What four siblings (and their parents) thought about a movie about animated squirrels (and other creatures) surviving the winter.
What four siblings (and their parents) thought about a movie about animated squirrels (and other creatures) surviving the winter. The Nut Job. What four
Weekly Roundup 4.18.14: The Best Novel I've Read in a Long Time, and Other Reading Notes
The Festival of Faith and Writing, faith, family, disability and culture
Nudged by an author and former journalist, researchers want to study therapy incorporating animated characters as a way to achieve a deeper connection to children with autism.
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What the Magic Kingdom Reminds Us About the Eternal Kingdom
What the Magic Kingdom Reminds Us About the Eternal Kingdom
The happiest place isn't on earth...yet.
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