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Will Christians Read Beth Moore’s First Novel?
Stats show that Christian readers prefer nonfiction. But some are betting that’s going to change.
The top Christian genres: historical fiction (66%), romance (52%), contemporary (51%), romantic suspense (50%), suspense/thriller/ legal thriller (47%) and mystery/espionage (45%).
The Gift
Shouldn’t a thriller be a little more . . . thrilling?
The Gift. Shouldn't a thriller be a little more . . . thrilling? 1; 2; 3; 4. (11 user ratings)ADD YOURS. Mpaa Rating R (For language.). Genre Thriller. Directed By
Sicario
A remarkably morally dense and thrilling look at people, politics, and the power that controls the two.
Sicario is a spectacular thriller, but it is first a good movie, and a thriller second. It's possible to appreciate Sicario just as a thriller, but that would only just scratch the surface of the film.
Blackhat
This is what happens when you give a mediocre thriller script to a world-class director.
Blackhat. This is what happens when you give a mediocre thriller script to a world-class director. Kenneth R. Morefield/ January 16, 2015. Universal Pictures.
Predestination
Time-travel thriller asks whether our actions are foreordained, or a matter of choice.
Predestination. Time-travel thriller asks whether our actions are foreordained, or a matter of choice. Mark Moring/ January 9, 2015. Ben King / Signature
Cultsploitation and True Believers
Being duped and blinded to the truth is no laughing matter. So why are we so obsessed with cults?
up.”. Warner Bros. Jaeden Lieberher in 'Midnight Special'. In Jeff Nichols's sci-fi thriller Midnight Special, the characters escape a cult early on. When we
Dispatch from Berlinale—‘The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble’
This joy-filled music documentary also makes a case for friendship across traditions and borders.
That film, which plays like a thriller, explored the contentious relationship between two public figures that exploded in the public eye and gave birth to our age of horrifying, shouting-head
Dispatch from Berlinale–'Midnight Special'
The latest from Jeff Nichols that is something quite different beneath the scifi surface.
Midnight Special has the most in common with Nichols's second film, Take Shelter, a taut thriller about both our age of anxiety and the meaning of commitment and marriage.
Dispatch from Berlinale—‘Alone in Berlin’
A misfire that had great potential.
layered with storytelling possibilities. It tries, by turns, to be a quiet family drama, a political statement, a historical epic, and a detective thriller. And I promise
First Love, Last Love: Courtship Culture and the Teen Cancer Romance
Movies like 'A Walk to Remember,' 'Twilight,' and 'The Fault in Our Stars' have picked up on a key facet of the way we talk about teen romance.
I'm reminded of an exchange from Michael Mann's 1995 crime-thriller Heat between bank robber Neil McCauley (Robert De Niro) and detective Vincent Hanna (Al Pacino):
The Year in Liturgical Cinema: Ash Wednesday and Lent
In "The Revenant," "The Grey," and "Ikiru," we reflect on mortality and repentance.
But while the film could have remained a middling Neeson action thriller—Taken, but with wolves—The Grey is a film about the human capacity for dying well.
2013 Movie Picks: Tim Wainwright
A journey, a rom-com, a dark comedy, a thriller, a horror film, and a movie about Linda Lovelace.
A journey, a rom-com, a dark comedy, a thriller, a horror film, and a movie about Linda Lovelace. 2013 Movie Picks: Tim Wainwright. A journey, a rom
Prisoners
Rife with biblical allusions and ostensibly grounded in an old fashioned exploration of good vs. evil, Prisoners is more than just your standard kidnapping thriller.
good vs. evil, Prisoners is more than just your standard kidnapping thriller. Prisoners. vs. evil, Prisoners is more than just your standard kidnapping thriller. Brett
Motion Picture Prayer
An overlooked summer thriller finds a new cinematic use for prayer.
Motion Picture Prayer. An overlooked summer thriller finds a new cinematic use for prayer. Motion Picture Prayer. An overlooked summer thriller finds a new cinematic use for prayer.
Twenty Movies That Stuck With Me in 2015
Among the year's movies, twenty of them resonated deeply with our chief film critic.
I love this documentary about the 1968 debates between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley, Jr. It's an exciting film that plays like a thriller (no small feat).
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My Encounter with Ken Ham's Giant Ark
My Encounter with Ken Ham's Giant Ark
A four-hour visit to the massive replica of Noah's boat left me with a flood of questions.
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