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Shakespeare & Whedon's Worlds Mix Well in Much Ado About Nothing

Funny script and whimsical tone give movie lovers an escape from the more mindless stories where the highlight is something blowing up.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 10, 2013 |
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The Blacklist Plays it Safe

“It’s called The Blacklist. That sounds exciting.” Quips James Spader’s character at the end of the first episode. Doubtless, NBC hopes the audience will think so too.

Finding Freedom in Forgiveness

With eighteen stories, you might think the theme of forgiveness would run stale after a few chapters, but each testimony is unique.

Clash Between Faith, Fame Reaches Fever Pitch in Grace Unplugged

More than just the chronicling of a young woman's misplaced ambition, new film Grace Unplugged shares connection with the Prodigal Son.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 03, 2013 |
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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Leads Comedy Charge

Rarely do new TV shows amass a sizable audience in their first few weeks. From the looks of things though, Brooklyn Nine-Nine aims to be the exception.

Restart Needs No Do-Over

Newsboys deserve our respect for merely continuing to exist. There are hiccups in the album, but Newsboys should still carry on.

Kings of Summer is No Moonrise Kingdom

Never quite finds its footing—emotionally, comedically or otherwise. It's simply too ridiculous to be taken seriously.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 26, 2013 |
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Learning to Own It

Ownership is a powerful thing. It makes people feel things—things like love, pride, responsibility, and even jealousy.

  • Michael DiMarco, Hayley DiMarco |
  • September 26, 2013 |
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The Watsons Go to Birmingham Puts Family First

If parents are looking to teach their children about the Freedom Marches, or even a simple tale of God’s love, Birmingham is their destination.

Chapman Delivers a Glorious Unfolding

In itself, Steven Curtis Chapman’s The Glorious Unfolding may be the best testament to the message it carries.

Animated Movies and the "Me" Generation

There's a trend in animated movies to overplay themes of self-esteem and impossible dreams. But does that condemn the entire genre?

Mandisa Shakes Things Up with Overcomer

Considering how quickly artists and musical fads can move in—and out—of fashion these days, it’s particularly remarkable when an artist sustains the public’s interest.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 12, 2013 |
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Ironically, Into Darkness is Too Light on Meaningful Ideas

There's enough action to enjoy it, but this new Star Trek installment continues to show unfulfilled promise and a lack of strong themes.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • September 12, 2013 |
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The Lost Medallion Finds a Home in Print

Most people know it’s only a matter of time before a popular book becomes a movie. The silver screen has a habit of capitalizing on anything the literary market happens to pull out.

One Direction: This is Us is Safe, Sincere, Staged

In capturing a worldwide phenomenon, Morgan Spurlock clearly highlights the songs and what makes One Direction tick as people.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 05, 2013 |
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Clever 'Gotcha' Not Enough to See Now You See Me

Plays like a movie equivalent of a CBS procedural: high in concept, production artifice, and plot holes, while low in character depth.

  • Jeffrey Huston |
  • September 05, 2013 |
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Blue Jasmine Introduces Woody Allen's Newfound Sense of Justice

Cate Blanchett's powerhouse performance as the titular character is what the accolade tour de force is reserved for.

Nostalgia Rules In a World Like This

In recent apocalyptic comedy This Is the End, the film’s final punch line is a Backstreet Boys performance of “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” that takes place in Heaven.

Singularity Steps Toward Sci-Fi Territory

Last fall, acclaimed suspense-master Steven James introduced a new character to fans already acquainted with his Patrick Bowers series of crime thrillers.

Evening:Morning A New Beginning

Similar to losing a job, The Digital Age is likely to look back at the demise of David Crowder*Band and soon enough see the beginning of good things that wouldn’t have otherwise happened.

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