Caviezel won’t be Superman. Thus sayeth the director.

Ain't It Cool News has an interview with Bryan Singer about Superman, X-3, and Logan's Run. Singer himself says that Jim Caviezel will NOT be Superman. … [Read more...]

Christian Movie Review Editing Lesson #2

In Round One of "Christian Movie Review Editing Lessons," readers had a lot of fun discovering just how much could be done to improve the review in question. So now, in the name of excellence, here's Round Two. … [Read more...]

Christian Movie Review Editing Lesson: An ‘Appreciative’ critique

Since it's my job to read every Christian-press movie review every week, I am constantly reminded that Christian media is in dire need of TRAINED EDITORS, writers who know how to use the English language.I include myself in the lot of those who need watchful editors to catch mistakes.After all, if God cares about the number of hairs on our heads, and if he watches over the sparrows, surely he cares about split infinitives and ending sentences with prepositions.So, here is the first … [Read more...]

My Zany Interview with David O. Russell

Here it is in its entirety.And here's the shorter version at CT. … [Read more...]

The Answer to the Caviezel/Superman Question?

You can find what looks like plausible answers to the whole "Is Jim Caviezel going to be Superman?" hubbub at Superman-V.com. … [Read more...]

Four guys sitting on a bench.

This may be the cover of U2's new album... I'm looking for confirmation of that. … [Read more...]

Was This Always His “Secret Ambition”?

U2's new keyboardist may be... … [Read more...]

Innocence Mission Fans – Take Note! (a note from Roswell, NM)

The Innocence Mission is releasing a new album in November. Details here. … [Read more...]

EIGHT YEARS!

I have had the immeasurable blessing of being married to Anne Maureen Doe for EIGHT YEARS. … [Read more...]

What the #$*! Do We Know? (2004)

This is a guest review generously contributed by Mike Hertenstein.-What the #$*! Do We Know? aims to blow your mind: a worthy goal, and one that should surely be in some way the goal of any film: to expand our vision, our sense of the world, our possibilities – as C. S. Lewis says, to help us see with other eyes and so “enlarge our being.” The jumping-off place here is the admittedly mind-blowing world of cutting-edge science: mostly subatomic physics and biochemistry at the mind-body fro … [Read more...]


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