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Jeff Bridges: ‘What Are The True Costs of Comfort?’ (Interview for ‘The Giver’)

Jeff Bridges has worked on 'The Giver' for 20 years. He calls it a beautiful poem.

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Movie Review: Faith and Murder Mix in Gripping, Excellent ‘Calvary’

Why would someone want to kill a good priest?

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The Most Neglected Verse in Christian Culture Wars…

I don't think I'm holier than anyone who watches what I don't.

FilmChat

The next Pharaoh… will come from Vancouver

The Spike TV miniseries Tut has cast its lead character -- and the actor playing him is from my home town.

Looking Closer

Boyhood (2014): A Three-Part Response

In which I think through Richard Linklater's movie "Boyhood" by interviewing my 7-year-old self, my 15-year-old self, and my 20-year-old self...

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The Collapse of the Comic Book Movie

According to reports, Marvel has films mapped out to 2028. From now until then are at least 11 confirmed films, and rumors of films nearly equal to that. Furthermore, Warner Bros, who owns the rights to DC Comics, also has at least eleven confirmed films in the works to match the enormous success of Marvel. [Read More...]

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Masters of Sex Episode 2.4 Recap: Dirty Jobs

It is perhaps too early to write off the sophomore year as a disappointment, but it is no longer too early to call its unevenness a trend.

FilmChat

He’s Pharaoh! He’s Moses! He’s somebody else entirely! Ben Kingsley talks Exodus, appears in Night at the Museum trailer

Two movies -- produced by the same studio and coming out only a week apart in December -- will star Ben Kingsley and have something to do with ancient Egypt.

The Rogue

San Diego Comic Con Decides to Bully Salt Lake City Comic Con

In the midst of the festivities surrounding the San Diego Comic Con, they decided to bully the folks who run the Salt Lake City Comic Con by sending them a “Cease and Desist Order”. This is kinda interesting, considering that cons all over the country use Comic Con in their names. You know what this [Read More...]

FilmChat

Noah on Blu-Ray: some quick notes on the bonus features

Deleted scenes, making-of footage, moral discussions and more on the Blu-Ray editions of Noah (including the four extra bonus features on the "exclusive" Target set).

Looking Closer

Boyhood (2014): A Three-Part Response

In which I think through Richard Linklater's movie "Boyhood" by interviewing my 7-year-old self, my 15-year-old self, and my 20-year-old self...

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Noah (Aronofsky, 2014)

Minority opinions are important things, particularly in Christian circles where they are rarely trumpeted or met with as much charity or respect as they ought to be. So it is worth disagreeing publicly if not to persuade, at least to model that it can be done without vitriol or condemnation.

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Masters of Sex Episode 2.3 Recap: Fight

The don't-call-it-an-affair between Virginia Johnson and Bill Masters has been the one element of Masters of Sex that most blatantly deviates from Thomas Maier's biography of the same title.

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Masters of Sex Episode 2.2 Recap: Kyrie Eleison

Just after I finished praising the first season of Showtime's edgy drama, Masters of Sex, the second season has gotten off to a bumpy start.

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J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis Films Coming to Theaters

The writer of Lord of the Rings and the writer of The Chronicles of Narnia will now have their own movies.

Video for Jonathan Ryan's "Three Gates of the Dead"

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