Ever wondered how Brad Pitt’s character would’ve faired if he’d tried preaching his gospel of “what happens in fight club” in church?
WALKING WITH THE ENEMY is the inspiring true story of a young couple swept up in the horrors of WWII who become separated during the invasion and occupation of Hungary by the German Army. Reunited by a series of incredible and fortuitous events, the young man disguises himself as a Nazi SS Officer, and the […]
The Church has changed its views on issues before. A universe where the earth was not at the center of everything and revolved around the sun, was unimaginable in the Middle Ages. A Church which passively tolerated slavery, as it did during the first century and throughout much of its history, is unimaginable today.
Now, on If We’re Honest, the twenty-eight year old seems to have really come into her own, and appears less of the “pop artist,” and more of a mature worship artist with the staying power to prove it.
Trading in some of their indie pop stylings for more New Wave glam and electric dance, Pop Psychology is simultaneously a retro throwback, and a shimmering modern spectacle.
Son of Batman is a film that shows us that we are not defined by how we are raised, and that the father’s will is stronger than our upbringing.
In the ever expanding WonderCon in Anaheim, 20th Century Fox took advantage of the growing popularity to share some thoughts with their upcoming films.
The story of Superman has always been more about the way that he relates to us than our ability to relate to his experience. Despite his incredible powers, the Son of Krypton continues to fight on behalf of the human race, defending them out of love.
And what of us when we face an ending or a new beginning? What opportunities will we find in each new day? Although I doubt it is intentional, the film is opening on Good Friday and a few days after Passover. Those are examples of endings that opened up to futures no one expected.
Bears is this year’s Earth Day release from Disneynature. These films are always gorgeously photographed and entertaining excursions into the wilderness to see animals in real life situations. They are a visual celebration of nature and wildlife. They are designed to be family movies that will appeal to all ages.
Yesterday morning, TheOneRing.net posted information from a “reliable source” that New Line has registered another movie name: The Hobbit: Into the Fire. The speculation is the third movie, which has been advertised for years with the subtitle There and Back Again, may use this new title. However, the name change seems rather unlikely.
During the Easter Season and Holy Week we remember Jesus and his ultimate sacrifice of love for all of us. Today is a day during Holy Week that I especially appreciate. It is a day many in the church seem to have forgotten about, Maunday Thursday.
Another Clint Eastwood flick in my Lenten stack shares a story of sacrifice and unexpected Christ figures.
As I watched the dramatic presentation of Spartacus during this Lenten season, I couldn’t help but think of the obvious comparisons between the character of Spartacus and the willingness of his followers to follow him, and my own willingness to follow Jesus.
2012’s Human Again saw a bit of a new direction, with slicker production and a sprinkling of electric guitars, but on Lights Out, Ingrid Michaelson ventures out into some bold new territory.
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