December (Web-only) 2010

BiutifulSubscriber Access Only
A man tries to turn brokenness into beauty, but the story is hard to follow.
de-plumedSubscriber Access Only
A Sweet, Sweet SoundSubscriber Access Only
I was a legalistic religious hypocrite before I started learning the 'true' spirit of worship.
Gulliver's TravelsSubscriber Access Only
Skims the major points, but completely misses Swift's underlying themes.
Me? Favored? By God?Subscriber Access Only
The remarkable announcement to Mary—and us.
Come AwaySubscriber Access Only
SomewhereSubscriber Access Only
Sofia Coppola's latest explores the empty life of a lonely playboy.
True GritSubscriber Access Only
The Coens make their first Western—and it's one of the best movies of their career.
Top Ten MonksSubscriber Access Only
Engaging HBO documentary on Cistercian monastery is ultimately a film about God.
Old AngelSubscriber Access Only
Notable Sacred Music of 2010Subscriber Access Only
Twelve of the best albums in the choral and classical genres.
Heeding the CallSubscriber Access Only
Compelling PBS documentary profiles aspiring young clergy from three faiths.
An Un-Christmas-Like IdeaSubscriber Access Only
Four days of Advent readings, excerpted from 'God Is in the Manger: Reflections on Advent and Christmas.' By Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Redeeming December Days Subscriber Access Only
Advent prompts a larger, cosmic question: What do I do while waiting?
Rabbit HoleSubscriber Access Only
Kidman, Eckhart give stellar performances in a quiet tale of grief and (perhaps) healing.
Tron: LegacySubscriber Access Only
Despite eye-popping visual effects, this sequel suffers from a muddled, confusing plot.
The Great IncompatibilitySubscriber Access Only
Jesus is interested in the oddest things.
The Lost Virtue of CourtesySubscriber Access Only
It doesn't necessarily "get better."
Longest YearSubscriber Access Only
Carry Me HomeSubscriber Access Only
The Beatles, Vivaldi, and GodSubscriber Access Only
How the Fab Four and a classical composer inspired me to do something bright and beautiful.
The FighterSubscriber Access Only
David O. Russell's latest delivers a knockout blow in one of the best films of the year.
The TouristSubscriber Access Only
Tepid romance and sluggish action can't match the beauty of Venice.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn TreaderSubscriber Access Only
This passable adaptation disappointingly lacks the awe and wonder of the book.
And He Almost Deserved ItSubscriber Access Only
London's Will Poulter was born to play Eustace Scrubb, the bratty young boy in 'Voyage of the Dawn Treader,' opening this week.
Faint NotSubscriber Access Only
Your WorldSubscriber Access Only
The PromiseSubscriber Access Only
Say GoodbyeSubscriber Access Only
Marriage: Marginalized in the MiddleSubscriber Access Only
The American retreat from marriage is moving into the heart of the social order: the middle class.
The Changing Political LandscapeSubscriber Access Only
Activists face six new realities.
The Narnia PolicemanSubscriber Access Only
Douglas Gresham, C. S. Lewis's stepson and co-producer of the Narnia movies, is the keeper of his stepfather's flame.
Black SwanSubscriber Access Only
A beautiful and engrossing ballet thriller, though slightly over-the-top.
Evangelizing OurselvesSubscriber Access Only
The gospel is for Christians too.

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