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The Way
A poignant drama about the journey toward healing, wholeness, and the help we find along the way. PLUS: Interview with Martin Sheen & Emilio Estevez.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 2
The series finale ends on a modest high note by delivering exactly what its fans want.
Confessions of a Male Feminist
I thought I was pro-woman, until I showed up at the 2012 women's film festival.
TIFF Update - Day 4: Watermark, Can A Song Save Your Life?, and Belle
A series of triumphs.
Saving Mr. Banks
Walt Disney tries to convince a skeptic . . . and wins.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Let us now praise average men.
SXSW 2014—Day 9: The Winding Stream; Wicker Kittens; Double Play: James Benning and Richard Linklater; Two Step
We wrap out a week of coverage with films that are the kind of stuff you will like if you like that kind of stuff.
Edge of Tomorrow
Aliens attack . . . on Groundhog Day.
Not Another Celebrity Death Post
How to grieve in a social media world.
'The Way' Puts 'Christian' Films to Shame
Emilio Estevez directs his dad, Martin Sheen, in a film about grief, love, faith, community
Full Slate at Full Frame Fest
Documentaries galore included several that explored issues of faith and spirituality
The Long Tail: 'The Sublime and Beautiful' and 'The Pleasures of Being Out of Step'
The first entry in a monthly column on great films to watch at home.
Postcard from SXSW #3: ‘Peace Officer’ and ‘Wild Horses’
A documentary and a new film from Robert Duvall give look at the lives of law enforcement officers.
Pacific Rim
Pacific Rim has monsters, but Grown Ups 2 is simply monstrous.
Closed Circuit
A competent legal thriller masquerades as a critique of Big Brother government.
12 Years a Slave
What could any of us do, but pray for mercy?
VFF 2013—Day 4: 'The Invisible Woman' and 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom'
It’s probably too much to ask in a modern, tell-all culture, to be inspired by men of distinction.
Two Days, One Night
Sometimes you do know what you have before it’s gone. This is what greatness looks like.
Film to Depict Lewis-Tolkien Friendship
'The Lion Awakes,' due in 2013, will tell how the latter led the former to Christianity
The Powerful Spoken Word: A Report from Full Frame Film Festival
Film is a visual medium, but ‘Best of Enemies’ and ‘BaddDDD Sonia Sanchez’ bear witness to the power of the spoken word.

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