Clint Eastwood’s 2008 project Gran Torino has recently been released on DVD, and what a delight it is.
Essential reading for anyone interested in the recent history of Rwanda, the practice of restorative justice, or the Christian understanding of forgiveness and reconciliation.
Cruise's Valkyrie delivers acceptably, despite a narrow focus and flattened development.
Civ IV deserves praise for integrating religion into the game play, but in the end it becomes one more tool for tyranny.
What was an unwieldy and often inaccessible resource in print form becomes a powerful tool for critical engagement of contemporary theology.
Unless you go to the film solely for the special effects or have absolutely no appreciation for the narrative legacy of the epic, avoid this Beowulf film.
As we mark the beginning of baseball season this week in 2007, it's a good opportunity to remember the contributions of Hammerin' Hank Greenberg...
... perhaps there are some contemporary lessons to be learned from 300...
The Pursuit of Happyness stands as an extended argument underscoring the truth of conservative values.
Freed from the pervasive distortions of leftist economic ideology, Sider’s corresponding message becomes even more clear and powerful.