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...]

What If: Or, The Boy Who Loved

When it comes to the romantic comedy genre, there’s not much to break away from. Boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl in the end. In fact, by definition, romantic comedies are the most predictable movies because you’re almost guaranteed the ending. The viewing pleasure is not in the uncertainty but in the [Read More...]

Review: ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ 2014

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is a mature, complex, and entertaining look at the road to war. [Read more...]

Review: Charming ‘Earth to Echo’ Celebrates Boyhood

Don’t let the familiar storyline stop your kids from enjoying this sweet, child-centric adventure. [Read more...]

They Are Making a Documentary About Christian Worship Band Hillsong and We Have Details

‘Hillsong – Let Hope Rise’ will be directed by Michael John Warren and hit theaters in 2015. [Read more...]

Giveaway: ‘Deliver Us From Evil’ Book, T-Shirt, Owl

Leave a comment to enter our contest. [Read more...]

Lightning Struck My House as I Watched ‘Transformers,’ So Here’s My Half-Review

I didn’t make it to the dinobot. But I’m reviewing the movie anyway. [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...]

Review: Action and Special Effects Save Kinder, Gentler ‘Godzilla’ of 2014

Despite some throwback acting and a distressing lack of humor, ‘Godzilla’ of 2014 delivers with stunning action and effects. [Read more...]


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