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 […]
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 Dark Knight series has raised many philosophical questions. We’ll be in the theater to screen The Dark Knight Rises and share our Christian review with critical thinking.
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UPDATE: We’re publishing the full review on Tuesday, November 23, over here. My deepest apologies if you came here looking for our Christian critical thinking discussion on Tangled. Unfortunately, I (Daniel) had confused the release date and published my thoughts on Tangled more than a week too early. Please come back late Tuesday night, November […]
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Is it about football, Christian charity, booster loyalty, or just plain greed? Is this story a Christian parable, an insult to Christianity, or worse, a tragedy of how a black man was exploited by wealthy white Republicans? Eve Franklin explores prominent spiritual themes in the book The Blind Side (made into a by the same […]
Reciting from the book of Job, playing “Oh Happy Day,” and employing double meanings to the word “race,” attempts to be much more than a predictable movie about a housewife with guts and a very special racehorse. In some ways it even succeeds. Eve Franklin previewed Secretariat and shares her critical thinking. Read the family-friendliness […]