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

<em>Jungle</em> feast

Jungle feast

By Megan Basham
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Movies | Dazzling 3-D visuals make Disney remake a treat

The Boss stoops to a new comedy low

By Bob Brown
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Movies | The Boss opened at No. 1 this weekend, narrowly squeezing out Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice atop the box-office charts. Successful comedies vary widely…

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | The $250 million budget blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (rated PG-13 for violence, language, and some sensuality) seemed doomed long before its…

God’s Not Dead 2

By Bob Brown
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Movies | God’s Not Dead 2 puts Christianity back on trial, but moves the setting from a university philosophy class—where God’s Not Dead transpired—into a…

Box Office Top 10

By The Editors
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Movies | For the weekend of March 25-27 according to Box Office Mojo

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 revives original blockbuster’s charm

By Bob Brown
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Movies | My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 opened last weekend, 14 years after its indie predecessor smashed the box office and earned a best screenplay Oscar…

Midday Roundup: Young American couple among Brussels dead

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Attack toll. An American couple died in last week’s terror attacks in Brussels, the U.S. State Department said Sunday, bringing to four the number of…

Allegiant adds another disappointing chapter to the Divergent series

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Few film series ( Star Wars I , II , and III come to mind) have squandered more potential than Divergent . The films’ directors and writers have consistently…

Miracles from Heaven

By Juliana Chan Erikson
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Movies | One look at the film’s title and you could dismiss this as another one of those forgettable Christian feel-good films Hollywood pushes out every Easter. And…

Eye in the Sky

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | Drone warfare has been a hot-button subject for several years now, as rapid technological innovations blast mankind into uncharted territories. Eye in the Sky

10 Cloverfield Lane

By John Mark Reynolds
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Movies | For most of 10 Cloverfield Lane , one wonders whether it is science fiction, dystopian, or merely a psychological thriller. The film (rated PG-13 for…

London Has Fallen delivers forceful counterpunch to terrorism

By Bob Brown
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Movies | In what may be a sign of the times, the new action-thriller London Has Fallen doesn’t hide its praise for aggressive American foreign policy. But behind the…

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