Review: ‘The Giver’ Brings Beloved Book into Vibrant Color

When a youth becomes aware of horrors of humanity, does he react with hope or despair? [Read more…]

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

Why would someone want to kill a good priest? [Read more…]

Review: Yes! This ‘Butler’ Did It

You should see this film. Even if you’re white. Even if you’re conservative. Especially if you’re white and conservative (as I am). [Read more…]

Review: Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln’ Timely Portrait of Politics in its Unsavory Glory

The man who saved the Union still speaks to us today. [Read more…]

Interview: George Washington Reviews The Hunger Games

First in War.

First in Peace.

First in Young Adult Literature. [Read more…]

Steve Taylor Hopes to Blow up the Theater Real Good

“A Christian movie genre has formed. Our first goal with this movie is that we didn’t fit into this genre.” [Read more…]

Act of Valor Review: A Warrior Manifesto that Rejects Your Pity

The problem is not with the movie. The problem is with some players in Hollywood and a segment of the American public who consider modern American soldiers something to be pitied rather than admired. [Read more…]

Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez on Faith and Family

New on DVD, “The Way” is a beautiful story of a modern pilgrimage in an ancient tradition. Father and son talk about their passion project. [Read more…]

Chronicle Review: Fantastic Superhero Coming-of-Age Story Feels Fresh and New

Part “Smallville,” part “Carrie,” all good. [Read more…]


Underneath its stylized direction and shocking violence, DRIVE is a fantastic tale about a man fully and selflessly committed to protecting the weak and innocent. [Read more…]