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Image Is Everything
Long before trailers and previews, movie posters were the best way to hook viewers—and Bible movie posters have always been among the flashiest of all.
Le silence de Lorna (Lorna's Silence)
The Dardennes brothers' latest film is an intensely naturalistic tale of deception and desperation that retains the hallmarks of their celebrated body of work.
Shrek Forever After
The final chapter in the Shrek saga is a refreshing improvement on its predecessor—while also affirming the value of counting your blessings.
Meek's Cutoff
A dusty, slow, neorealistic take on fear, exhaustion, courage, and the pioneers.
The Odd Life of Timothy Green
Heartwarming family film explores the challenges of being a family against the backdrop of small-town America.
Looper
This time-travelling sci-fi drama is carefully plotted, beautifully executed, and full of important questions.
The Latest in Movie News
Public manners, Christopher Nolan, "Jurassic Park," "Upstream Color," and Batman at the Smithsonian.
The Gospel of Gatsby and Draper
What if the self-made man wakes up one day and hates himself?
Our Experiment in Criticism
Reflections from CT's chief film critic on what we're trying to do.
August: Osage County
Family: it hurts.
Why We Review R-Rated Films
You're a neighbor before you're a consumer.
Night Moves
The wages of sin is death, but sometimes that's not what you were expecting.
Begin Again
The director of 'Once' is back, this time in New York City, with a work of love.
What I Learned About Movies from a Well-Read Dog
And why I'll be blogging here.
The Rorschach Antichrist
Mapleton: putting the "false Christ" into Christmas.
Getting the (Romantic) Comedy Right
We forget what comedies are actually about (spoiler alert: it's not humor).
One Fate For All Men
Or not.
A Tale of Two Political Dramas
There's something vital about 'Madam Secretary' and 'Scandal,' and we can't afford to miss it.
Is It God, or Is It Us?
We talked about God a lot this year in pop culture, but not the same way.
Tribeca Film Festival 2015 Roundup
The highlights include lots of documentaries, and lots of religion.

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Trump Can Afford to Slip Among White Evangelicals, But Not White Catholics
Trump Can Afford to Slip Among White Evangelicals, But Not White Catholics
In the presidential race against Joe Biden, Catholics have emerged as a swing vote.

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