'A Long Way Down' Misses an Opportunity
The Choice That Faces Every Believer in America
‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ Is an Unusually Smart Summer Blockbuster
Teaching Young Women to Have Truly Godly Expectations
The Films of 1939, Part 7
Flannery O'Connor's 'A Prayer Journal' Offers a Glimpse of Her Humanity
Why Sometimes, We SHOULD Take Scripture Literally
What's Wrong with 'Jersey Boys'?
The Dark Knight’s Resilience at 75
A Dialogue about Disney's Latest Trend
'How to Train Your Dragon 2' Is a Lovable, Game-Changing Family Film
Let's Fire the Gun and See
All Is Vanity in 'Words and Pictures'
'The Fault in Our Stars' Attempts to Deal with the Hard Questions
The Films of 1939, Part 6