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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Gravity Soars

By Paul Miller on February 3, 2014

Not just a pretty picture, Gravity is a moving story of grief, loss, and rebirth. It is also one of the greatest movies ever made.

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Her Not Here

By Guest Contributor on January 29, 2014

“You’re dating your computer?”

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Hannah Arendt Against World Opinion

By Kendrick Kuo on January 24, 2014

A woman of convictions stands unbent.

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This Week on Sleepy Hollow: It’s the End of the World as We Know It!

By Coyle Neal on January 22, 2014

…and I feel fine.

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To the Wonder Leaves Us Wondering

By Kendrick Kuo on January 20, 2014

So profound and so confusing.

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Jack Ryan, God, and the Cold War

By Guest Contributor on January 17, 2014

Whose side is God on in the new Cold War?

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How to Survive the End of the World According to Sleepy Hollow

By Coyle Neal on January 15, 2014

For Christians, isolation and escape are never the right answer.

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The 20 Best Films of 2013

By Christian Hamaker on January 13, 2014

In a remarkable year of great films, these 20 titles stood above the rest.

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The Past Sneaks Up on You

By Christian Hamaker on January 10, 2014

The Past is a richly textured, superbly acted drama, and yet another indication that Farhadi is one of the best current excavators of the human condition.

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