This partly fictionalized documentary is refreshingly pro-relationship and offers a quirky and endearing look at love in a postmodern age.
A beautifully stylized, superbly acted tale about the choice between book smarts or the school of life.
The Irish countryside is gorgeous, but the rest of this road-tripping rom-com is formulaic and flat.
This Means War
Not even the three beautiful, likable leads can save this unoriginal rom-com.
Trade of Innocents
A drama that reveals the tough realities of sex trafficking—a bit too safely and blandly.
The Gift of Doubt
How singer/songwriter Sara Groves's dark night of the soul led her to a better understanding of God, his kingdom, and our role in it.
Pocahontas: Girl, Interpreted
The New World, opening nationwide on Friday, gives us another take on a fascinating and elusive figure in American history—including her conversion to Christianity.
The Stoning of Soraya M.
This graphic—perhaps too much so—depiction of a real event raises awareness about the injustice that women still face in many parts of the world.
The Time Traveler's Wife
All the elements are present for a lovely love story—great actors, sumptuous scenery, an intriguing story line. Unfortunately these elements are a bit too jumbled in time.
A thought-provoking film about journeys of an interior—and, oddly enough, inter-planetary—nature.