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The VisitSubscriber Access Only
A return to plot twists (but not a return to form) for M. Night Shyamalan.
Feast of LoveSubscriber Access Only
War HorseSubscriber Access Only
Spielberg's latest is a rousing, inspiring tale of a horse and his boy in World War I.
Day ZeroSubscriber Access Only
The Limits of ControlSubscriber Access Only
Jim Jarmusch offers a confounding but beautiful look at meaning, language, and spirituality set in surrealist Spain, but it might test the limits of audience attention.
BattleshipSubscriber Access Only
For a movie based on a board game, it's not half bad—and a pretty fun, patriotic romp.
Another YearSubscriber Access Only
Authentic portrayal of good people, gracefully aging and helping those in need.
After EarthSubscriber Access Only
Whedon's Shakespeare adaptation succeeds by not taking itself too seriously, but Shyamalan's sci-fi flick is far too self-important to be any good.
The World's EndSubscriber Access Only
Nothing says apocalypse like twelve pints in one night.
Mandela: Long Walk to FreedomSubscriber Access Only
An inspiring yet imperfect biopic of a man more complex than he appears here.
Don't Be Afraid of the DarkSubscriber Access Only
Fairytale for grown-ups offers plenty of scares, but not much else.
Yes, Virginia, There Still Is Good NewsSubscriber Access Only
While new films and the media trumpet the bad news, we must remember the good.
The VisitorSubscriber Access Only
Love and Other DrugsSubscriber Access Only
Romantic comedy is heavy on sex and light on substance.
We Need to Talk About KevinSubscriber Access Only
A horror story about parenting, asking what is, and isn't, beyond our control.
AustraliaSubscriber Access Only
Where Leaders Are Made
The tests of a true leader are often challenging—and other times, they're just kind of fun and silly.
Five to Anticipate This FallSubscriber Access Only
What are our critics watching this fall?
HerSubscriber Access Only
A man, the phone he is dating, and the incomparable gift of the Incarnation.
Maps to the StarsSubscriber Access Only
A well-acted but excessively bleak satire of the Hollywood echo chamber.
Baptists and Catholics Helped Save Thousands of Florida Marriages
How Baptists and Catholics Together Helped Save Thousands of Florida Marriages
A faith-based marriage campaign in Jacksonville appears to have driven divorce rates down. Can the model be replicated?
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