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Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'HooleSubscriber Access Only
Stunning visuals and themes of faith, family, and friends.
Conan the BarbarianSubscriber Access Only
A ridiculous remake marking the return of the B movie, while glorifying violence and degrading women.
The Big YearSubscriber Access Only
Three of comedy's top stars are utterly wasted on a lame script and lousy direction. This one's for the birds.
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The Next Three DaysSubscriber Access Only
Despite an entertaining finale, Paul Haggis' latest asks us to leave logic and morals at the door.
The GreySubscriber Access Only
A chilling adventure that builds to a compelling climax of faith vs. faithlessness.
Act of ValorSubscriber Access Only
Functions more like an ad for the Navy than an actual movie.
HugoSubscriber Access Only
Martin Scorsese's latest tells of the power and wonder of film through one boy's redemption.
Red Hook SummerSubscriber Access Only
What could have been an insightful exploration of faith in the hood is squandered.
SinisterSubscriber Access Only
Scott Derrickson's latest horror flick is a dark and very scary cautionary tale.
You AgainSubscriber Access Only
Though its heart is in the right place, this banal comedy wastes its talented cast.
ZookeeperSubscriber Access Only
Though silly and disposable, the film's heart and physical comedy make it relatively satisfying.
WarriorSubscriber Access Only
This story of forgiveness and redemption wins us over with its big heart and strong performances.
Dark ShadowsSubscriber Access Only
Tim Burton drops the ball on this 1960s gothic soap, continuing his string of middling remakes.
Zero Dark ThirtySubscriber Access Only
A thriller about the hunt for Osama bin Laden captures the conflicted, complex moral issues of the operation.
RiddickSubscriber Access Only
A tainted, sinister universe void of justice and morality.
Jonah HexSubscriber Access Only
Overly violent and unaccomplished on all fronts, this disaster may end up being one of the worst films of the year.
The Five-Year EngagementSubscriber Access Only
A funny and moralistic romantic comedy that almost gets marriage right.
End of WatchSubscriber Access Only
An entertaining addition to the buddy cop genre, highlighted by both humor and gravity.

Top Story August 3, 2020

N. T. Wright: The Pandemic Should Make Us Humble—and Practical
N. T. Wright: The Pandemic Should Make Us Humble—and Relentlessly Practical
We can’t know for sure why it’s happening or how to stop it. But Scripture calls us to grieve with God’s Spirit and get to work serving others.

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