Timbuktu Rejects Jihadism

By Christian Hamaker on February 6, 2015

A film that speaks clearly and unequivocally about a growing problem.

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Jupiter Ascending: A Real Letdown

By Elizabeth Whyte on February 6, 2015

Jupiter Ascending was an awkward travesty of a movie — at times painful to watch, with plot holes galore.

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Moral Discussions Engage in “Winter Sleep”

By Christian Hamaker on January 30, 2015

Breathtakingly beautiful and rich in moral discussion, this intimate epic earns every minute of its lengthy running time.

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Lasseter, Miyazaki and Moore: “Song of the Sea” Expands Ranks of Great Animators

By Christian Hamaker on January 30, 2015

Irishman Tomm Moore brings another Irish legend to the big screen.

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“Can you draw out Leviathan with a fishhook?”

By Andrew Collins on January 24, 2015

Profoundly Russian – in both the literal and literary sense

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Still Alice: Memory and the self-made woman

By Andrew Collins on January 18, 2015

The family drama rendition of Memento

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The Top 20 Films of 2014

By Christian Hamaker on December 26, 2014

1. The Immigrant The grace of God at work in the lives of the oppressed and the oppressor. Marion Cotillard is an immigrant and Joaquin Phoenix the man who takes advantage of her. But there are larger forces at work.…

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Unbroken by Jesus

By Elizabeth Whyte on December 22, 2014

Truth is stranger than fiction

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Exodus: God versus Man

By Kendrick Kuo on December 19, 2014

Gladiator meets Prince of Egypt

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The Imitation Game: Decently likable, terribly trite

By Elizabeth Whyte on December 15, 2014

The Imitation Game masquerades as a more profound movie than it is.

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