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Matrix Sequel Flaunts Flashy Effects, Tedious TalkSubscriber Access Only
Christian film critics find little enthusiasm for The Matrix Reloaded, Down with Love, or Daddy Day Care, but they are impressed with Man on the Train
I'm Not ThereSubscriber Access Only
The X-Files: I Want to BelieveSubscriber Access Only
Darkness and LightSubscriber Access Only
The cast and filmmakers of Constantine consider the movie's meaning—for audiences, and for themselves.
Films with ClassSubscriber Access Only
Two thrilling movies about classrooms, students and teachers, guaranteed to stir your soul.
LB OK, Dreamer Delightful, Doom DumbSubscriber Access Only
Christian critics OK with Left Behind: World at War, cheer for Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story and North Country, fire on Doom, puzzle over Stay, and turn in more reviews of Elizabethtown, Good Night, and Good Luck, and Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
Christian Critics: No Thanks for New MoviesSubscriber Access Only
Yours, Mine & Ours, Rent, The Ice Harvest, Just Friends, In the Mix—;Christian film critics aren't happy with any of them. They're still more interested in Walk the Line, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Pride & Prejudice and Shopgirl.
Ricky Bobby's "Bawdy Absurdity"Subscriber Access Only
Talladega Nights shifts into lowbrow. Barnyard moo-ves audiences. The Night Listener is spooky and baffling. The Descent falls into formula. Plus, more reviews of Scoop and Miami Vice.
Death Is Alive and Well at the MoviesSubscriber Access Only
What critics are saying about Dragonfly, Queen of the Damned, Last Orders, The Son's Room, and How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog.
A Good Week for Zombies and PiratesSubscriber Access Only
"Christian critics are pleased to sail with Pirates of the Caribbean and Sinbad, but not quite so happy with T3: Rise of the Machines. They also debate the merits of 28 Days Later, and the sequels to Legally Blonde and Charlie's Angels."
Should There Be a Christian Movie Industry?Subscriber Access Only
Plus links to early reviews of The Matrix Reloaded
Is Nicolas Cage a National Treasure?Subscriber Access Only
Christian film critics review National Treasure, The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, The Machinist, and more reviews of Kinsey, Finding Neverland, Sideways, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, Woman, Thou Art Loosed, After the Sunset, and Seed of Chucky.
Box Office Bank RobbersSubscriber Access Only
Christian film critics are impressed with Spike Lee's heist movie, Inside Man. Plus, reviews of Thank You for Smoking, Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector, Stay Alive, and more reviews of V for Vendetta and Tsotsi.
Superman Returns, but Is That a Good Thing?Subscriber Access Only
The return of the Man of Steel earns mixed reviews, and Click should be turned off. Plus, reviews of The King, The Proposition, Waist Deep, Wordplay, and another review of Cars.
Borat, Babel Bothersome; Flushed FunSubscriber Access Only
Christian critics are upset over Borat, mixed about Babel, but having fun with Flushed Away. Also, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, The Great Warming, and further perspectives on Little Children, Marie Antoinette, The Prestige, and Flags of Our Fathers.
Chicago's Razzle-Dazzle Runs Rings Around Other Oscar NomineesSubscriber Access Only
Woe to the Academy, a preview of Daredevil, Fuller Seminary promotes Gods and Generals, and critics respond to How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Shanghai Knights, Deliver Us from Eva, and Russian Ark.
Daredevil Is Not Your Friendly Neighborhood SuperheroSubscriber Access Only
Daredevil may care, but do critics? Plus: Religious media reviewers examine The Jungle Book 2, The Man Without a Past, The Quiet American, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, and Shanghai Knights
I Heart HuckabeesSubscriber Access Only
A Mother Tries to Prove that Her Son ExistsSubscriber Access Only
Critics mull over The Forgotten, Shaun of the Dead, First Daughter, and the 10th anniversary of The Shawshank Redemption. Plus: More reviews of Sky Captain, Silver City, Mean Creek, and the new Star Wars DVD package.
Miss Potter charms Christian criticsSubscriber Access Only
Christian film reviewers recommend Miss Potter and, to a lesser degree, Stomp the Yard. They also weigh in on Alpha Dog, Notes on a Scandal, Primeval, and Arthur and Invisibles. Plus, more views on Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, Freedom Writers, The Queen, Children of Men, Venus, The Painted Veil, and Code Name: The Cleaner, and a comparison of Stranger than Fiction and Facing the Giants.
‘Evangelical’ Isn’t Code for White and Republican
‘Evangelical’ Isn’t Code for White and Republican
The movement is richer and more diverse than media portrayals suggest.
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