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News, reviews, and interviews on feature films and documentaries.

Old Fashioned makes courtship look appealing

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Old fashioned has taken it on the chin. Long gone are the days of courting and saving intimacy for marriage. But the modern attitude toward sex is not…

50 Shades of Grace: Inside a godly marriage

By Emily Whitten
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Valentine’s Day | Larissa and Ian Murphy share their inspiring story of life together after a devastating accident

Five myths about Fifty Shades of Grey

By Emily Whitten
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Movies | Despite what some Christians will tell you, this is a black-and-white issue

Project Almanac

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | What would an unpopular high-school nerd do with a time machine? Project Almanac , a teen-boy thriller about a team of high-schoolers who reboot a time machine,

Midday Roundup: Groundhogs don’t know squat about the weather

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | World’s worst weatherman? Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog of the day, saw his shadow this morning in Pennsylvania, predicting, as the tradition goes,

Two thought-provoking movies to welcome February

By Phil Boatwright
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DVD | Two different DVDs, both carrying important messages about making a positive difference in others’ lives, make up a great entertainment duo for the first…

Ain’t gonna study war no more?

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Movies | The sniper war over American Sniper  that began on Twitter and escalated to radio and the blogosphere has taken aim mostly at Michael Moore and Seth…

Blackhat

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | Real-life hackers gave cybercrime action thriller Blackhat thumbs-up for accuracy, and the recent Sony security breach makes the film timely; but other flaws…

Direct hit

By Megan Basham
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Movies | American Sniper should challenge thinking on both the right and the left

Paddington

Paddington

By Ian C. Bloom
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Movies | A marmalade-quaffing Peruvian jungle bear learns English and travels to London in search of a new home. While on the surface this fish-out-of-water story…

Black or White

By Juliana Chan Erikson
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Movies | Rare is the movie that can eloquently address racial divisiveness without making us feel as if we just took our daily multivitamin—healthy but flavorless.

Box Office Top 10

By The Editors
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Movies | For the weekend of January 16-18 according to Box Office Mojo

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