Movies and DVD's

Movies and DVD's

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"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay–Part 1" Little More Than a Placeholder

"There's explaining and there's showing," says Plutarch Heavensbee (Phillip Seymour Hoffman, God's Pocket) in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1. He's making a ... Read More

"Interstellar" Has Big Screen Imagery, Simpler Themes

Christopher Nolan has joined a short list of directors whose films are considered events. Ever since his breakout film Memento (2000), which played with basic ... Read More

From Heartbreaking to Hopeful, "The Theory of Everything" Has a Bit of, Well, Everything

If the name Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne, Les Misérables) brings to mind the image of a man with a robotic voice, frozen in a ... Read More

Title Says it All in "Dumb and Dumber To"

Some films obscure their meaning behind their title, giving potential viewers few clues about the story. That's not the case with Dumb and Dumber To, ... Read More

"Big Hero 6" Saves the Day for Holiday Releases

  Last year, Disney amazed audiences with the touching Frozen, an animated feature that focused predominantly on the relationship between two sisters who were separated ... Read More

"The Book of Life" Deals More in Death and Questionable Truth

  "What is it with Mexicans and death?" This question posed by one of the characters in The Book of Life may resonate with audiences ... Read More

Murray Excels as a Geezer with a Heart of Gold in "St. Vincent"

Who needs grumpy old men when you've got Bill Murray? Absolutely perfect as a curmudgeon who befriends a neighborhood kid for his own monetary gain, ... Read More

"The Best of Me" is Easily the Worst of Sparks

Christa Banister, Crosswalk.com Contributing Writer Release Date: October 17, 2014 Rating: PG-13 (sexuality, violence, some drug content and brief strong language) Genre: Drama/Romance Run Time: ... Read More

The Kendrick Bros Take Their Films Beyond Sherwood

With several successful films like "Courageous and "Fireproof" now under their belts, Christian filmmakers Alex and Stephen Kendrick are now putting the finishing touches on ... Read More

"Left Behind's" Gross Miscalculation: Too Little Eschatology, Too Much Disaster

For movie critics, there are only two types of movies: good and bad. When it comes to reviewing "Christian movies"—films made by Christians, with a ... Read More