It’s Superhero Theme Week, and Iron Man 3 fits right in with a not-so-super hero ready to save the girl and the country with a full repertoire of tricks and cheesy one liners.
Eve Franklin explores racism in the historical context of 42 (still in theaters) and last year’s almost overlooked gem Red Tails, and the Christian content in both movies.
Last night I had the pleasure of previewing 42 before its release in theaters tomorrow. I encourage you to go see it and then stay tuned for my critical thinking review combining an in-depth exploration of the real life valor of African Americans in the movie Red Tails (2012) with a heart-felt analysis of a [...]
Fee, Fye, Foe, Fum! This remix of the “Jack and the Beanstalk” folktale is adventurous and reminds us of Biblical accounts, man’s pursuit of God, and the danger of sin.
Don’t let the previews fool you. Beautiful Creatures has some interesting things to say if you can get past the stereotyping and “witchcraft.” Eve gives a quick review from a Christian worldview that just may surprise you.
If you found out you (and everyone else) were going to die tomorrow, what would you do? What would you think? Where would you put your faith? Eve Franklin delves into the depths of the “real world” struggles of faith versus science and the purpose and meaning of life while exploring the apocalyptic movie Knowing.
Are you ready for the end of the world? Before the world ends on December 21, 2012, Eve Franklin takes time out of her last minute preparations to explore the science and philosophy surrounding the Roland Emmerich version of a global catastrophe presented in the ridiculous but entertaining movie 2012.
I just finished watching some of the bonus features on the 2-disc set of The Hunger Games and am thinking that this might be a good movie (and book) to review in the future. There are a lot of social, political, and religious themes to discuss in just the first book of the popular series [...]
Christopher Nolan’s finale to his Batman series is remorseful and fatalistic, but raises questions of trust, fear of death, messianic connections, and more. Get your Christian critical thinking on for this movie review!