The Vessel Proves See-Worthy

By Christian Hamaker on September 7, 2016

A Terrence Malick production steers clear of heavy-handed metaphor thanks to a bounty of beautiful images.

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Identity Crisis Applies to More Than Just Characters in “Morris From America”

By Christian Hamaker on August 25, 2016

A too-thin slice-of-life story leaves audiences underfed.

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Kubo and the Two Strings Strikes a Masterful Chord

By Christian Hamaker on August 19, 2016

Laika’s latest caps a strong summer for family movies.

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Potent Story Lacks Punch in The Innocents

By Christian Hamaker on July 7, 2016

A Polish religious drama has a distinctive story but a less memorable visual approach.

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Les Cowboys Exchanges Indians for Islam

By Christian Hamaker on July 1, 2016

An update on The Searchers takes John Ford to France.

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AFI DOCS Highlight Life, Death and Industries Struggling to Survive

By Christian Hamaker on June 29, 2016

AFI’s documentary film festival gets stronger each year.

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The Neon Demon Doesn’t Know When to Quit

By Christian Hamaker on June 24, 2016

Style struggles to triumph over substance. Does it succeed?

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A Peculiar Book

By Coyle Neal on May 30, 2016

Review of A Peculiar Glory by John Piper John Piper’s A Peculiar Glory: How the Christian Scriptures Reveal their Complete Truthfulness is unlike any other book I’ve read on the subject of whether or not the Bible is reliable and…

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Sunset Song Sure Is Something to See

By Christian Hamaker on May 20, 2016

Gloriously old-fashioned and visually stunning.

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The Meddler: Interview with Lorene Scafaria

By Andrew Collins on May 18, 2016

An ode to loving mothers and how to cope with grief

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