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Feast of LoveSubscriber Access Only
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HounddogSubscriber Access Only
ReligulousSubscriber Access Only
It Might Get LoudSubscriber Access Only
An epic guitar doc that isn't as epic as it might have been, but still pretty cool
Wild GrassSubscriber Access Only
Bizarre French film is superfluous bourgeois ridiculousness—it's pretty to look at but too confounding to really enjoy.
Waiting for SupermanSubscriber Access Only
An emotional crash course on the state of public education in the U.S.
Country StrongSubscriber Access Only
The music is drowned out by a too-loud message about the dangers of fame.
Should Christians Smoke Medical Marijuana? Subscriber Access Only
Observers weigh in on pot morality.
War HorseSubscriber Access Only
Spielberg's latest is a rousing, inspiring tale of a horse and his boy in World War I.
HaywireSubscriber Access Only
Stylish spy thriller is all fight but little punch.
2016: Obama's AmericaSubscriber Access Only
Breakout documentary explores the ideological heritage of Barack Obama.
Entertainment Isn't a Trivial PursuitSubscriber Access Only
Why pop culture can be rich with meaning, insight, and value for our lives.
To the WonderSubscriber Access Only
The film is Malick at his Malickest, and at his most devout—which merits reflection on his body of work.
RushSubscriber Access Only
It's a fairly standard, mildly entertaining sports movie that led me to spend a few minutes on Wikipedia reading about Formula One racing.
Love & MercySubscriber Access Only
Brian Wilson biopic explores the soundscape of artistic genius and tragedy.
Fantastic FourSubscriber Access Only
We've given up hope, entirely. Maybe that's okay.
Conflicted Catharsis: On ISIS and Revenge FilmsSubscriber Access Only
In movies and in life, should Christians celebrate when villains are killed?
Hacksaw Ridge: The Bloody, True Story of Faith in Action
Mel Gibson’s new film raises questions about religious liberty and moral conviction amidst national turmoil.
7 Boring Ways the Church Can Change the WorldSubscriber Access Only
Honestly, it’s nothing radical.

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