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Revenge fantasy is just that-- a fantasy. It's effective, but not biblical.

Enough Said

The appeal goes well beyond a "will they or won't they" formula, showing how our instincts to prevent a wounded heart can hurt others.

Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room

When it comes to “documentaries,” I’m starting to feel like Pontius Pilate. What in the world is truth? And can anyone – or will they ever – separate fact from these increasingly fictionalized works that we’re supposed to swallow hook, line and sinker?

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 29, 2005 |
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With such a title, the bar is immediately set too high for what’s a fairly conventional good vs. evil battle with spectacular visuals.


Epicenter, a one-hour DVD which promotes author Joel Rosenberg’s non-fiction book by the same name, elaborates on his end-times theology, which is currently popular among Dispensationalists like Tim LaHaye and Hal Lindsay.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • July 18, 2007 |
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Remember the stories of when valiant men rode fierce dragons to conquer evil and keep the empire safe? “Eragon” now brings such a tale to the big screen in living color with “Star Wars” meets “The Lord of the Rings” science fiction that’s terrific family entertainment for the holidays.

Escape from Planet Earth

The premise is well-worn and far from original, but the execution of this family-focused story has a few flashes of brilliance.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 15, 2013 |
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Escape Plan

Despite the grim setting and violence, it's a fun film for those who fondly recall the heyday of Stallone and Schwarzenegger.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • October 18, 2013 |
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Evan Almighty

Evan Almighty deliver laughs. Not the side-clutching, gut-busting guffaws of the best comedies, but a gentle amusement, with several chuckles along the way. It’s a summer blockbuster for the under-10 set, as well as teens and adults.


Starring Pierce Brosnan, Evelyn is a story full of courage, heart, triumph of the human spirit and a redemptive message that will help you to remember that God is a God of second chances--and all things can be changed if you only have faith!

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Late in Evening, the protagonist, Ann (Vanessa Redgrave), is reunited on her deathbed with her old friend Lila (Meryl Streep). The opportunity to see two of the greatest actresses ever in the same scene should justify the price of admission. Save your money.

Everybody's Fine

There's nothing like the holidays to remind everyone about what's really important in life. But sometimes the delivery of a valuable message about the importance of family simply gets lost in translation, which is exactly what happens in the ho-hum dramedy Everybody's Fine.

  • Christa Banister |
  • December 04, 2009 |
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Everyone's Hero

"Everyone's Hero" was the dream of the late Christopher and Dana Reeves. Throughout the film, it is clear they wanted to inspire children to value little life experiences along the road so that, if handled properly, they can all help when life calls us up to bat.

Everything Must Go

Will Ferrell takes a large step on the career-path transition from riotous comedies to heavier material.

Everything's Gone Green

Unfortunately, screenwriter Douglas Copeland never offers a remedy to the soulless living he so devastatingly describes in Everything’s Gone Green. It ends on an extremely nihilistic note—which is, of course, the curse of this postmodern age.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 13, 2007 |
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Exocism of Emily Rose, The

If you were convinced of the devil’s existence, would that prove the existence of God? “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” poses this question and points to answers that will be mostly encouraging to believers, but the film may leave enough lingering doubts to assuage a skeptic’s troubled conscience.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 09, 2005 |
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If those who write off intelligent design as nothing more than conservative, right-wing rhetoric would be willing to put aside their notions, they may be surprised by the provocative dialogue that’s been initiated in Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed.

Expendables, The

Like watching Simon LeBon attempting to bust a move while singing "Hungry Like the Wolf" during a Duran Duran reunion tour, you can't stop wondering why 64-year-old Sylvester Stallone, who wrote, directed and stars in The Expendables, simply didn't quit while he was ahead.


Extract is better than some of the coarse R-rated comedies this year, but it's also surprisingly insubstantial given its moral content. The film does offer a few mild laughs, but the potentially offensive material is abundant throughout.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 04, 2009 |
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Extraordinary Measures

Extraordinary Measures won't take you to places you've never been, but sometimes it's enough to see a feel-good movie about real-life heroics. An affecting lead performance from Brendan Fraser and the inclusion of faith elements put a little air under the story's wings as well.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 22, 2010 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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