As cinematic tastes go, The Grand Budapest Hotel will come as nothing short of a delicious and savory multi-course feast.
- June 19, 2014 |
As sad and heartbreaking as it all is, this unordinary romance explores love, mortality and the meaning of life in such a memorable way.
Has enough potential that it need not take another decade to develop the next chapter in Jack Ryan's cinematic story.
Rap fans across the board should pick up Fallen King and go for a fun, faith-strengthening ride.
Unlike other dating shows, the new matchmaking game It Takes a Church puts a unique twist on the typical boy meets girl.
For a PG film, it's potentially nightmarish for youngsters. Others will find the acting, themes, and new twist on an old tale enjoyable.
The funny thing about the bulk of Coldplay’s catalog is the songs often lack specificity from a lyrical perspective.
After the fall of Iraq in the spring of 2004, Warren was part of a team that traveled to the 332nd Theater Hospital at Balad Air Base, the largest US base in Iraq.
Catch up with the previous films or you'll be lost, but with Singer back in the director's chair, this is a fun, funny, fast-paced romp.
For anyone desiring more obvious corporate worship choices, Sovereign generously delivers.
Rather than simply serve up a list of all-too-obvious tips and a few cutesy stories that underscore his mission, Daly opts for a personal approach in his new book, The Good Dad.
Based on a true story, Million Dollar Arm is a heartwarming (and completely predictable) underdog story.
The patriotic schmaltz feels right. If we can't be sentimental about preserving culture, we've lost touch with what these characters did.
Ivy gently set the hoof back down on the grassy road and patted the mule’s side. “No wonder you’re limping, Jubal—it ’pears like you’ve picked up a honey of a stone bruise.”
22-year-old Hunter Hayes plays the sort of country songs that have mass, multi-format appeal.
Directors Jon and Andrew Erwin give faith-based humor with social and spiritual relevance their best shot and get two out of three right.
Nuanced and intelligent, it rises gracefully above much of what has come before in this one-night-only event form of Christian media.
Short on budget and famous actors, but undeniable authenticity in the storytelling helps set it apart from many other faith-based films.
The story goes that NEEDTOBREATHE was close to breaking up in the past couple of years despite chart success and industry awards.