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Direct hit

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

Fan favorites shut out of Oscar race

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Movies | Some of this year’s best-loved films and the talent that made them got seriously snubbed

Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey

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Television | No one could deny that there are still plenty of soapy conventions like secret love affairs, improbable crimes, and private conversations that happen to be…

Tolkien take away

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Movies | Peter Jackson’s vision dominates Hobbit series

Poverty, Inc. urges development over aid

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Documentary | New Acton Institute documentary details the harm long-term Western assistance does to developing countries

From stumbling block to selling feature

From stumbling block to selling feature

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Cartoon Series | VeggieTales makes a comeback on Netflix with permission to use the ‘God’ word

Interstellar

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Movies | No one could ever accuse Christopher Nolan of possessing too small a vision. From Memento to The Dark Knight to Inception , the writer/director has consistently used…

Adult children

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Movies | Laggies lacks honesty about Millennials’ stunted development

Shia LaBeouf’s profession of faith

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Religion | Did the actor find Christ while filming Fury , or was he just acting?

Gracepoint

Gracepoint

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Television | The primary difference between the brilliant British series Broadchurch that aired on BBC America last year and the Americanized remake Gracepoint that premiered on…

Fire and <em>Fury</em>

Fire and Fury

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Movies | New Brad Pitt movie provides a harrowing look at what, and who, it takes to win a war

Good but not great

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Movies | The Good Lie is a very good film that could have been better

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