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Laughs and Truth Awkwardly Co-Mingle in Mom's Night Out

Directors Jon and Andrew Erwin give faith-based humor with social and spiritual relevance their best shot and get two out of three right.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 15, 2014 |
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A Long Way Off More Product Placement than Parable

Tries to be your standard, well-intentioned Christian film, but instead turns one of Christ's most important lessons into an infomercial.

Legends of Oz: Dorothy Shoulda Stayed in Kansas

Begins with some of the most charming opening credits you've ever seen... and it's pretty much all downhill from there.

Muppets Most Wanted Even Better Than Its Predecessor

Another star-studded affair that’s also very, very funny, equally showcasing the talents of comedic actors and creative puppeteers.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 25, 2014 |
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Disney's Bears a Thrilling Journey into Nature

Seen first as tiny babes, the show’s stars—cub twins Amber and Scout—resemble nothing so much as living, breathing teddy bears.

"So Close" Sums Up Christian-Made The Virgins

Despite many flaws there is something genuinely special. It is the first of its kind: a Christian film that has no agenda but laughter.

Rio 2 Runs Dry Too Soon

As the flimsiness of the story becomes all too apparent, viewers may be wondering how much more they'll be able to endure.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 04, 2014 |
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Heaven is for Real is Better with Questions Than Answers

Forces the faithful to truly wrestle with what’s being shared from the pulpit on Sunday mornings.

300: Rise of an Empire is All Guts, Little Glory

The bloodshed and lack of character development are laughable, and even the striking visual 'wow factor' of the original has vanished.

Television's Rape Epidemic

Yes, there are stories of rape that God saw fit to include in the Bible. But when examined closely, there's a world of difference between these accounts and television programming. Television has never been crueler to women than it is right now.

Winter's Tale More Mystifying Than Magical

What seemed like it might be a fantastic, magical story feels awkwardly stitched together, even laughable when not outright confusing.

Fall TV First Impressions: Fox

Though Fox’s upcoming fall programs can’t be considered Christian by a long stretch, it’s likely the network will see an uptick in faith-based viewers.

Christians Find Joy with Jimmy Fallon

How do you connect personally with Jesus? Have you tried Jimmy Fallon?

Fall TV First Impressions: NBC

With several dramas and only a handful of new comedies, will NBC reclaim its foothold among viewers? Let’s take a look and see.

TV Matchmaking Gets a New Twist With It Takes a Church

Unlike other dating shows, the new matchmaking game It Takes a Church puts a unique twist on the typical boy meets girl.

Fall TV First Impressions: CBS

Summer is a time best spent outdoors with friends and family, but before long fall will be here, and that means a slew of new television.

The Monuments Men is an Entertaining, Skilled Throwback

The patriotic schmaltz feels right. If we can't be sentimental about preserving culture, we've lost touch with what these characters did.

Ragamuffin Introduces Us to the Real Rich Mullins, and to God's Love

Short on budget and famous actors, but undeniable authenticity in the storytelling helps set it apart from many other faith-based films.

Unearned Ending Aside, Pro-Life Gimme Shelter Works

Not quite a documentary, but has an unflinching, realistic feel right til the end when it turns into a Lifetime movie with a bow on top.

A Turn for the Best

Set in 1776, the show follows a New York farmer named Abe Woodhull as he and a group of childhood friends form the war’s first spy ring.

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