A Reluctant Hero
A PBS Film subtly depicts a catholic priest's persistant urban ministry
No Presents, No Christmas?
Christian media critics respond to The Santa Clause 2, Frida, I Spy, Waking Up in Reno, Bloody Sunday, The Weight of Water, The Grey Zone, and the second Harry Potter film
Planet-Hopping Pioneers Ponder Virtue, Theology, and the Afterlife
What Christian critics are saying about Solaris, Treasure Planet, The Emperor's Club, Die Another Day, Friday After Next, Personal Velocity, Harry Potter, Fellowship of the Ring, and Bowling for Columbine
It's a Wonderful Filmography
From Mr. Deeds and Mr. Smith through George Bailey and his Wonderful Life, the films of director Frank Capra show goodness triumphant in a brutally fallen world—with faith as the key.
Print the Legend
The great director John Ford's American pilgrimage included many films informed by his Catholic roots, even though he found biblical stories "pretty dull."
Passion, a Teen Porn Star, and a Period Piece
Critics punish The Girl Next Door, but some will remember The Alamo. Ella Enchanted fails to enchant, The Whole Ten Yards doesn't measure up, and Johnson Family Vacation gets lost. Plus: Good Bye Lenin! And more reviews of Dogville and Home on the Range.