On screen, ‘Blue Like Jazz’ is rich conversation starter
Donald Miller’s spiritual memoir Blue Like Jazz connected in a big way with many young adult Christians. Special contributor Mike Baughman has our review of the new film version.
Character’s journey can help Christians respond to autism
The Rev. Kenny Dickson offers a DVD review of Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, with a focus on what it can teach Christians who have responsibility for someone with autism.
Movie boasts quaint title, but familiar storytelling.
Associate editor Bill Fentum finds some plot contrivances, but also old-fashioned charm and intelligence, in the new film Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.
‘The Way’ follows characters on spiritual pilgrimage.
The Rev. Gary Keene offers a review of The Way, directed by Emilio Estevez and starring Martin Sheen, about an unexpected traveler on a famous religious pilgrimage route in Spain.