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Shall We Dance?Subscriber Access Only
Bee SeasonSubscriber Access Only
FlyboysSubscriber Access Only
Georgia RuleSubscriber Access Only
Paper HeartSubscriber Access Only
This partly fictionalized documentary is refreshingly pro-relationship and offers a quirky and endearing look at love in a postmodern age.
An EducationSubscriber Access Only
A beautifully stylized, superbly acted tale about the choice between book smarts or the school of life.
Leap YearSubscriber Access Only
The Irish countryside is gorgeous, but the rest of this road-tripping rom-com is formulaic and flat.
The Sorcerer's ApprenticeSubscriber Access Only
This fantasy film lacks the magic to truly cast the audience in its spell.
It's Kind of a Funny StorySubscriber Access Only
A charming, surprisingly life-affirming peek at a depressed teen's stay in a psych ward.
This Means WarSubscriber Access Only
Not even the three beautiful, likable leads can save this unoriginal rom-com.
Trade of InnocentsSubscriber Access Only
A drama that reveals the tough realities of sex trafficking—a bit too safely and blandly.
The Gift of DoubtSubscriber Access Only
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.
Memoirs of a GeishaSubscriber Access Only
Take the LeadSubscriber Access Only
Nights in RodantheSubscriber Access Only
Pocahontas: Girl, InterpretedSubscriber Access Only
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.Subscriber Access Only
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 WifeSubscriber Access Only
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.
SecretariatSubscriber Access Only
An inspiring film about history's top racehorse—and the woman behind him. PLUS: Interview with director Randall Wallace.
Another EarthSubscriber Access Only
A thought-provoking film about journeys of an interior—and, oddly enough, inter-planetary—nature.

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