Thomas Kinkade and the Dog: A Drunkard Christian’s Dream

Revisiting the life and legacy of Thomas Kinkade, the “Painter of Light,” a broken man. [Read more...]

Movie Review: Weepy ‘Fault in Our Stars’ Exceeds Weepy Lovesick Teen Genre

A sad but uplifting story ultimately for anyone who dares to love. [Read more...]

Ann B. Davis aka Alice from ‘The Brady Bunch’ Left Hollywood for Faith: ‘I was Born Again’

“I was born again,” she told the AP in 1993. “Sometimes it doesn’t hit you till you’re 47 years old” [Read more...]

Review: Angelina Jolie stars in ‘Maleficent,’ an Irony-Free Answer to ‘Wicked’

She’s not misunderstood or good deep down. But she’s also not doomed to be only a villain. [Read more...]

Review: X-Men Days of Future Past Fun for Fan and Novice Alike

Everything you want in a time-traveling, mutant-filled, disco-styled, over-the-top, effects-filled extravaganza. [Read more...]

New ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay’ Images – See Julianne Moore as President Coin

First look at one of the year’s most anticipated movies. [Read more...]

Review: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ is a Teenage Dream

Aside from the interesting Malcolm X power dynamics of the villain, this treatment is light and frothy. [Read more...]

Released from Paramount Contract, ‘Noah’ Bible Guru John Snowden Responds to Ken Ham, Ray Comfort, Brian Godawa

Is ‘Noah’ too environmental? Too humanistic? Too pagan? The Biblical advisor for the film speaks. [Read more...]

‘Noah’ Interview: Aronofsky and Handel Creating Conversation, Not Agenda

“We want conversation,” Aronofsky explained, “because I think there’s a lot of nervousness about Hollywood, but this is not a ‘Hollywood’ movie. [Read more...]

Review: ‘Noah’ a Rare Bible Movie that Never Preaches, Never Browbeats

It’s the kind of movie that Christians, indeed everyone, should want Hollywood to make. [Read more...]


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