Labyrinth of Lies powerfully confronts the silence of postwar Germany

By Andrew Collins on October 10, 2015

How does one account for the collective sins of a nation?

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Ben-Hur Discovers the Epic Epicness of Grace

By Paul Miller on June 4, 2014

A colossal epic about the journey of faith.

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The Merciful Railway Man

By Kendrick Kuo on April 18, 2014

Eric Lomax’s story of Christ-like proportions.

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Come stay at The Grand Budapest Hotel

By Andrew Collins on March 14, 2014

A brilliant (if irreverent) experience

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Monument’s Men: Is Art Worth Dying For?

By Kendrick Kuo on February 7, 2014

A potentially monumental film falls short.

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Lone Survivor: The Good War

By Paul Miller on January 10, 2014

Brutal and difficult, this is one of the most surprising, and best, American war movies in a generation.

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Laughs and crazies in American Hustle

By Elizabeth Whyte on January 8, 2014

One dose insanity + one dose comedy = Oscar bait

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Dallas Buyers Club

By Elizabeth Whyte on January 1, 2014

A cowboy finds common grace in the AIDS crisis.

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Mandela’s Long Walk to Moral Leadership

By Kendrick Kuo on December 25, 2013

A type of leadership uncommon in the US today.

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The Butler Serves Racial Equality

By Kendrick Kuo on August 16, 2013

The Butler is the Forrest Gump of the civil rights movement.

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