Gravity: Traversing the Glorious Terror of the Cosmos

By Andrew Collins on October 4, 2013

Facing the abyss … literally.

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A Warrior Fights to Come Home

By Paul Miller on September 15, 2013

A surprisingly moving story about suffering and forgiveness.

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As You Wish: The Inconceivable Love of The Princess Bride

By Paul Miller on September 11, 2013

Does true love really conquer all?

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To See or Not to See: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

By Paul Miller on September 9, 2013

The classic comedy that destroyed American culture.

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‘UP’ brings down generational barriers

By Alexis Neal on September 6, 2013

Respecting your elders has never been this much fun.

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Into the Wild: Losing Yourself in the Great Outdoors

By Paul Miller on July 10, 2013

Christopher McCandless starved to death in the Alaskan wilderness searching for meaning. Was he a saint or a lost soul?

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Christ on Kane: On the Meaning of Rosebud

By Paul Miller on June 28, 2013

Is Citizen Kane the greatest movie ever made?

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Wall-E: Pixar’s Sanctimonious Jerk

By Paul Miller on June 19, 2013

I hate Wall-E. I hate the cloying romance. I hate the mawkish sentimentalism. I hate the sanctimonious environmentalism. But mostly I hate that everyone else loves it.

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Beauty and the Beast: A Hymn to the Cult of Love

By Paul Miller on June 10, 2013

The classic tale of women’s empowerment, Stockholm Syndrome, and the cult of romance.

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Double Indemnity: Bleak Justice in Classic Noir

By Paul Miller on May 20, 2013

Review of Double Indemnity, Directed by Billy Wilder Billy Wilder was more than the Steven Spielberg of his era. While Spielberg is one of the most prominent, acclaimed, and decorated directors of all time, Wilder is that and a writer as…

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