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Christian Critics Argue with the OscarsSubscriber Access Only
This year's Oscars offered glimpses of gratitude and truth, but a whole lot of hooey as well
Worldwide Webbed Wonder ReviewsSubscriber Access Only
What critics are saying about Spider-Man, Amadeus—The Director's Cut, Time Out, Hollywood Ending, Deuces Wild, The Piano Teacher, and The Salton Sea
The Title Speaks for ItselfSubscriber Access Only
Religious press critics look at Jackass: The Movie, Auto Focus, Ghost Ship, The Truth About Charlie, Time Changer, Bowling for Columbine, Punch-Drunk Love, Hell House, and the upcoming Frida.
A Season of SaviorsSubscriber Access Only
Christian media reviewers take on The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Gangs of New York, Antwone Fisher, Star Trek: Nemesis, Maid in Manhattan, The Hot Chick, and the Swedish arthouse film Songs from the Second Floor
Antwone Fisher Faces Fears, Schmidt DespairsSubscriber Access Only
Critics respond to Antwone Fisher, About Schmidt, Catch Me If You Can, The Wild Thornberries, Two Weeks Notice, The 25th Hour, Evelyn, Nicholas Nickleby, Gangs of New York, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, and Star Trek: Nemesis
Bad Comedy Is a Threat to National SecuritySubscriber Access Only
Critics are not laughing at the new year's batch of comedies: National Security, A Guy Thing, and Kangaroo Jack. Plus, persecuted Mel Gibson defends his Messiah movie
Two Elegant Adaptations by Director Phillip NoyceSubscriber Access Only
What critics are saying about Phillip Noyce's The Quiet American and Rabbit-Proof Fence, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Darkness Falls, Chicago, and other recent hits. Plus: Holly McClure looks at Mad Mel's risky new film about Jesus.
Do Movies Kill People?Subscriber Access Only
"Critics weigh in on what makes violence in film wrong, right and R-rated."
"Film Forum: Friendship's Favor, Fashion's Folly"Subscriber Access Only
"Stephen King tries warming our hearts instead of chilling them. Michael Douglas brings back the formula thriller. Ben Stiller has us laughing at ego and fashion, and so does Mariah Carey (unintentionally"
The Summer's Most Powerful Films? They're DocumentariesSubscriber Access Only
Capturing the Friedmans and Stevie document crime, punishment—and glimmers of grace. Plus: What critics say about Thirteen, Jeepers Creepers 2, The Battle of Shaker Heights, Open Range, American Splendor, The Legend of Johnny Lingo, The Medallion, and Di
Polly Want a Bad Review?Subscriber Access Only
Christian press film critics look at Along Came Polly, Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!, Teacher's Pet, Torque, Fog of War, and The Passion of the Christ, and catch up with many other recent releases like House of Sand and Fog. Plus: A crowd of critics offer nominations for the best films of 2003.
Is The Passion of the Christ Good Because It's Accurate? Is It Accurate?Subscriber Access Only
Christian press critics raise questions about The Passion of the Christ, while a popular mainstream critic defends the Catholic Church. Reviewers also examine Miracle, Barbershop 2, Catch That Kid, The Dreamers, You Got Served, and Lost in Translation.
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
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron BurgundySubscriber Access Only
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless MindSubscriber Access Only
The TerminalSubscriber Access Only
End of the SpearSubscriber Access Only
Review by Lisa Ann Cockrel
L'Enfant (The Child)Subscriber Access Only
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