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Violent portrayal about how terrible violence is Hacksaw Ridge

When he was a young man in West Virginia, Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield) made a vow to God that he would never touch a gun or intentionally hurt another human being. In "Hacksaw... — Updated 1/9/2017

 

Sobering versus humanistic

Between "Everest," and the "The Martian," the movie-plex this fall seems to be full of films about places where the tiniest mistake can result in almost certain death. If Hollywood... — Updated 11/14/2015

 

"Slapstick" violence versus "sledgehammer" message about race

The good people who made Kingsman: The Secret Service feel, in no uncertain terms, that spy movies have gotten all-too-serious. You should know that going in; this movie is silly... — Updated 5/12/2015

 

Story of memory, identity, and trauma

Based on the 1974 novel by James Welch, "Winter in the Blood" is a dreamy, often brutally dark film about an alcoholic on the Blackfeet reservation in Montana. Chaske Spencer plays... — Updated 3/21/2015

 

"...here we are...still talking"

"You don't always agree with me, and I don't always agree with you, and yet here we are... still talking." The little boy who plays God (or God's messenger) in Exodus: Gods and... — Updated 1/17/2015

 

"Best job I ever had."

This is the toast members of a tank crew all offer to each other at the end of a particularly intense battle sequence in the new World War II drama Fury. They're being sarcastic... — Updated 12/4/2014

 

Thank God for Community

We have seen His glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth. –John 1:14 The last part of that verse both inspires and haunts me:... — Updated 5/25/2014

 

The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug

Now that we're two-thirds of the way through it, The Hobbit trilogy is forming up to be Middle Earth-lite. It's an entertaining series of movies for any and all who thought Lord of... — Updated 1/19/2014

 

Big Action Movie with Sledgehammer Revelation

Ender's Game is a movie about war and children. Set in the distant future, humanity has barely survived an attack by a vastly superior alien enemy, almost entirely due to luck and g... — Updated 11/23/2013

 

Relegating Native Americans to the past The Lone Ranger

It seems like all Native America wanted to talk about this summer was “The Lone Ranger” and whether it honored or offended Native Americans. I’ve read articles from Native... — Updated 9/28/2013

 

Fun and fast-paced, it's a hoot!

Star Trek: Into Darkness is a hoot. It’s fun and fast-paced, hurtling from one side of the galaxy to the other and then back again. It’s both accessible for newcomers to the “... — Updated 7/27/2013

 

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