Welcome to Christmas 2.0; Take your traditional holiday ditties and dress them up with a healthy dose of electric guitar and remixed arrangements.
The 3D animation is outstanding, and the spectacle of rival, familiar, holiday characters out of their usual context is fun to watch.
After six installments in the Patrick Bowers series of books, Steven James has taken a break from the venerable FBI agent and moved on to a new leading man.
The nature of Abraham Lincoln's faith -- or the lack thereof -- has remained one of the most fascinating aspects of the man who freed the slaves and preserved the Union.
Spectacularly brings to life a popular modern story. But in doing so, distorts, compromises and sells out the greatest story ever told.
With so much radio, sales, and touring success already under its belt, premiere Christian rock band Third Day doesn’t have to prove anything to anyone anymore.
No stilted caricature, Spielberg humanizes this beloved leader without placing him on too high of a pedestal in the process.
A terrific lesson about the mother/daughter relationship and the need for grace from both generations.
Ted Dekker’s latest, The Sanctuary, is a sequel to 2011’s The Priest’s Graveyard, which explored the psychological journey of tormented California priest Danny Hanson.
Disney's "love letter to video games" appeals equally to kids, gamers, and grown-ups.
Comic adventure turns into a heartfelt story about traditions, the meanings behind them and the relationships at their core.
Both theologians and management consultants like to point out that it wasn’t raining when Noah built the ark.
Zombies are everywhere it seems: in books, TV shows, movies. But why are we drawn to these gruesome figures?
How is Scotty McCreery the only "American Idol" winner yet to release a full-length holiday album? It's also no shock that the good musical tidings are duly predictable yet tolerable.
Though not without promise, the story and its moral feel more appropriate to a TV-length program rather than a feature film.
Even those not interested in surfing won’t mind spending two hours in the company of these characters because they feel so true to life.
Something about this fictional locale pulls a person’s thinking toward God’s undiluted truth.
The new movie Unconditional is a powerful tale of loss and renewal. It shows the sobering effects of crime on both victims and criminals, but it also shows how their lives can be transformed, even when everything seems hopeless. And it clearly demonstrates that God is the one who transforms those lives.
We have witnessed a cultural revolution over the last 20 years. We have moved, rather decisively, to a visually-based world. The most formative influences are not books, theater, or even music. They are films.
- October 18, 2012 |
Whatever he’s doing, it’s always important to Kevin James to be part of something where audiences "can get away from the daily grind and walk away with something positive."
- October 18, 2012 |