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One of the great (accidentally) prolife movies now has a sequel

Looking forward to it. [Read more…]

Chesterton would have loved “Snow White”…

…sez Steve Greydanus.  I suspect he’s right.  Chesterton had an immense capacity for enjoying pretty much everything. Chesterton was a great defender of popular and even “vulgar” culture — the very change leveled by Lewis and Tolkien against Snow White. Take the following utterly typically Chestertonian sentiment, from All Things Considered: I believe firmly in [Read More…]

I think I need to go see “Paterson”

Bill Doino, Jr. and Deacon Steven Greydanus both love it.  Good enough for me.  It’s good to see that apostate Jesuit and murderer of Han Solo Adam Driver has redeemed himself. [Read more…]

So I gather there was a little mixup at the Oscars

It’s been years since I’ve watched them so I missed the kerfuffle, but congrats to whoever it was that actually won. [Read more…]

Yesterday, Rod Bennett and I had a jolly time…

…talking about the history of science fiction in the cinema, with a special focus on the greatest science fiction film of the 1950s, Forbidden Planet: [Read more…]

Deacon Steven Greydanus has the 2016 Year End Best Of List

…over at Decent Films! [Read more…]

On the air with Deacon Steven Greydanus at 5 PM Eastern

…on Connecting the Dots.  Today we will be talking about the latest movie news. Give us a call or text us at 1-573-4BREAD4 or text us @breadboxmedia. [Read more…]

The typically perceptive Marc Barnes…

…on the re-mystification and reverencing of the Force in Rogue One. We do not hear the iconic line, “Use the force,” in Rogue One. We hear a reverent one: “Trust the force.” The difference between use and trust sums up the difference between magic and religion. It is also worth noting that the attempt to [Read More…]

Today we’re watching a heartwarming family holiday classic!

Henry Potter and the Building and Loan, in which a young banker with a lightning-shaped scar learns he has the magical power to crush the evil George Bailey (aka “Lord Voldemortgage”) and turn Bedford Falls from a socialist welfare haven for a lazy, discontented rabble into a Libertarian paradise for a thrifty working class. [Read more…]