Put your shades on. Gear up. Chime in. Stir the pot. Poke a stick in the anthill.
If a person has a great idea that might be considered life-changingly radical, gatekeepers can prevent that message from seeing the light of day. Is this a good thing? SOUND OFF!
Movie theaters have changed considerably in the last thirty years. But more change will be coming soon—from a potentially unexpected source.
We seem to give the Lindsey Lohans and Metta World Peaces of the world numerous chances. Do we really do the same with those we come in contact with daily?
For this week’s edition of Sound Off!, we would like you to put on your critic’s cap and help us create (in theory, at least) the perfect faith-based film.
What is rule-abiding and what is rule-bending? Why does it even matter when there’s a trophy and potential money involved?
I never check what a film is rated by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) before I decide to watch it. Why? It comes down to one word.
Sound Off! Where do you draw the line with what you watch? Is it objective or subjective, or do you not have a “line” at all?
How did I not get caught up in The Hunger Games hysteria before today?
Sports can be good, bad, and ugly. During March Madness, miracles happen, Hail Marys occur, and Goliaths are slain by Davids. When has a sporting event been a religious experience for you?
You will rarely see me watch a film from the confines of a movie theater (dollar or otherwise). There are a number of reasons for this, but the biggest reason involves the concession stand.
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