An intriguing real life pre-Victorian social justice legal drama… by way of Jane Austen.
Begins with some of the most charming opening credits you've ever seen... and it's pretty much all downhill from there.
Sandler and Barrymore just pair well. Their third movie is a series of mostly funny fish-out-of-water moments that make a memorable film.
Light years ahead of its predecessor, boasting spectacular special effects (every scene gets more eye-popping) and quality storytelling.
- August 19, 2014 |
Another star-studded affair that’s also very, very funny, equally showcasing the talents of comedic actors and creative puppeteers.
Seen first as tiny babes, the show’s stars—cub twins Amber and Scout—resemble nothing so much as living, breathing teddy bears.
Steven Knight proves himself a fine director, and Tom Hardy lays claim to serious awards consideration for his controlled performance.
Hasn't been promoted to Christians, yet it’s an inspiring, powerful film that revolves around the tension between justice and mercy.
Despite many flaws there is something genuinely special. It is the first of its kind: a Christian film that has no agenda but laughter.
- August 08, 2014 |
Though this cameo-filled affair tries to make a profound statement about bold faith, it falls prey to several predictable blunders.
As with many modern adaptations, much is lost in translation for those who haven't read the books. But those who have should be pleased.
A far less muscular take on muscle-car action. Where the Fast & Furious movies are good dumb fun, Need For Speed is merely dumb.
Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber are back in an all new VeggieTales adventure, and this time there’s a new vegetable in town.
- July 31, 2014 |
Rife with theological exploration but never preachy, Noah sets a new standard for films to be both spiritually engaging and entertaining.
- July 29, 2014 |
Female-fantasy revenge tale that often feels like a shameless retread, saved only by a bit of inspired comedic casting in Mann and Diaz.
- July 29, 2014 |
Forces the faithful to truly wrestle with what’s being shared from the pulpit on Sunday mornings.
Has an intriguing premise but gets less interesting, not more, once Will experiences transcendence.
An honest-to-goodness mystery: someone is killing off members of an elite DEA task force led by John 'Breacher' Wharton. Who? And Why?
Pummels viewers with its twisted protagonist's coarse, shocking monologue, then demands we revel in it. Feel free to walk out / never go.