We’ve seen slavery depicted on film before, but not like this, comparable to the depths Spielberg plunged us to in Schindler’s List.
I’d like to take the opportunity to share ten songs that help me meditate on God and consider the prayers I've been speaking.
A respectful telling of the life of Christ—perhaps too respectful—that, like so many other movies about Jesus, is a mostly solemn affair.
To some degree Kutless still faces an identity crisis with the public: Are they a rock act or a worship act?
"In only two hours... we wanted to encourage people to go out. Change the world. Start the conversations." ~Mark Burnett
If this is Hayao Miyazaki's final film, it's a fitting farewell to an artist who inspired wonder in millions of fans both young and old.
Hailed by many to be one the best Disney films in decades, Frozen has been warming the hearts of viewers both young and old.
A heartwarming message and strong production values are bogged down by an unnecessary dichotomy between faith and using our talents.
Even a sucker for a good sappy tale won't find much to love in the hollow story of a ridiculous couple in a frowned-upon love affair.
For most people, Lifetime movies are basically a love ‘em or hate ‘em proposition. And for anyone who really enjoys them, it’s typically more of a guilty pleasure than anything else.
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This rapid-fire laugh machine is a wildly inventive, highly enjoyable and thoroughly entertaining family film when we least expect it.
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For whatever reason, Is Anybody Out There? is one of those albums where there isn't a lot of depth and excitement beyond that initial single.
While looking for a new directorial project that captured his attention, Clooney first became aware of the book, The Monuments Men by Robert M. Edsel.
Our 8-person panel of editors and film critics has weighed in on our top films of 2013 based on strong themes and original stories.
Probably won't be considered an animated classic, but it’s sure a lot of fun as it embraces the spirit of Judi Barrett’s original work.
Thrive builds upon the visual provided by Psalm 1:3, a verse describing the blessed man as being “like a tree planted by streams of water . . . In all that he does, he prospers.”
Coming to Nashville from California with a name that’s ripe for well-played sound bites and tour slogans, singer Jon Pardi rocks the role of rowdy country musician.
An early word of warning: the playful mandolins, banjo, hand claps, and foot stomps on Thrive are as light as this record gets.
Tom Hanks carries the weight of this observational piracy story with a control that is all at once intellectual, primal, and brittle.