Levels of intensity and violence push the PG-13 boundaries, but the film is competent considering it's another teen dystopian adaptation.
Want to own a piece of musical history? Pick up Anomaly from hip-hop artist Lecrae, and you’ll have the first set to debut at No. 1 on Billboard’s Gospel Albums.
Much like best-selling Irish author Maeve Binchy’s tales, Karon’s books are celebrations of small pleasures; the everyday miracles of ordinary lives.
V doesn't exactly do much for the cause of monogamy. If anything, it’s another reminder of how empty superficial relationships are.
The pacing is sluggish, the storytelling predictable. Compared to the original, it's pretty inferior in the inspiration department, too.
As sad and heartbreaking as it all is, this unordinary romance explores love, mortality and the meaning of life in such a memorable way.
Rather than follow a predictable trajectory of rebellion during the dawn of rock, it takes a refreshing track of spiritual exploration.
Old-fashioned good-vs.-evil fun, even if you aren't sure which side is which among the not-so-subtle real-world political parallels.
Like Richard Linklater’s cinematic masterpiece, Imogen Heap’s own magnum opus, Sparks, was also worth waiting a few years for.
Despite his alternative hairstyle, Dixon can also speak to the more traditional faith-based listener.
Tries to be your standard, well-intentioned Christian film, but instead turns one of Christ's most important lessons into an infomercial.
Like Gillian Flynn’s best-selling Gone Girl, Nowhere to Turn is clever and will continue to keep you guessing.
All told, Shawn is a true snapshot of what a lot of kids are seeing and hearing online today.
Tries to cram four stories into just over 90 minutes. Star-studded and easy on the eyes, but lacks a method to its shock-jock madness.
An intriguing real life pre-Victorian social justice legal drama… by way of Jane Austen.
Jars of Clay celebrates twenty years together in 2014 with this aptly named double album 20
The author’s tagline describes it perfectly: “Love, Laughter, and Happily Ever After.”
A parent-friendly thriller that allows a young audience to think about complex ideas and core human values for the first time.
With fun nods to pop culture and sci-fi classics, it’s a fast-paced, high-action story that takes no prisoners.
- August 14, 2014 |