The Bible offers dozens of passages on money, greed, and the proper attitude toward wealth. Here are ten worthy films about riches, poverty, and avarice, with an appropriate text from Scripture to go with each one.Read More
Looking for a Valentine's Day movie to watch with your sweetie? Here are fourteen suggestions for February 14th—with an emphasis on romantic comedies.Read More
The annual holiday movie season, running from mid-November through the new year, usually offers a smorgasbord of worthwhile films—and 2017 was perhaps richer than most. Here are some cinematic choices from last year to consider for watching at home while we wait for the new releases to hit the theaters later this month.Read More
Despite its aggressive title, the Western “Hostiles” is really about forgiveness, reconciliation, and learning to respect others—even those you might regard as enemies. Writer-director Scott Cooper manages to craft beauty out of horror; friendship out of hate; faith out of doubt; and strength out of weakness.Read More
I was recently perusing the newly added movies to Netflix, and amidst the usual collection of never-heard-of films was a title that caught my attention, "The Case for Christ." I wasn’t sure what to expect given that many so-called “Christian movies” are plagued by mediocre acting and stilted writing. That being said, I was pleasantly surprised.
Writer Julius Epstein claimed it had “more corn than the states of Kansas and Iowa combined. But when corn works, there’s nothing better.” The film was Casablanca—top pick on the American Film Institute’s list of 100 Greatest Love Stories. Here's some fun and interesting trivia about the classic wartime romance starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.Read More