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Christianity Today at the Movies: Features

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For Christians, Greta Gerwig's latest film is an opportunity to reckon with the “fortunate fall.”
Sometimes the blatant evils portrayed in scary movies and shows can reveal the more subtle sins within us.
Beyond hot pink and bejeweled outfits, they showcase a deeper desire for community and collective joy.
An interview with author Tara Isabella Burton on the history of self-creation—and how the habit usurps our need for God.
The late Jimmy Buffett's songs and the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien both long for a home just beyond reach.
The new sci-fi horror flick by former missionary kid Brian Duffield has an unusual spiritual spin.
Criminal dramas are becoming more popular today, but at what cost to a Christian's conscience?
Martin Scorsese's “Killers of the Flower Moon” probes the unacknowledged darkness in every human heart.
The novel and Netflix show explore scriptural themes of light and dark—and the cosmic reign of Christ.
Psychotropic drugs are often marketed as a gateway to spiritual encounters. But what are the risks to believers?
從台灣熱門影集《人選之人》思考基督徒在大選時期的政治參與。
从台湾热门影集《人选之人》思考基督徒在大选时期的政治参与。
Ridley Scott's “Napoleon” is well-cast, well-made, and without a thought-provoking theory of its subject's world-changing appeal.
Adam Sandler's new kids' movie is an entertaining musical with an unlikely lesson in intergenerational discipleship.
A new film, “The Shift,” is an entertaining, thoughtful, and cinematically competent retelling of Job.
Its progressive turn is real. But its most beloved films are surprisingly compatible with many aspects of a Christian worldview.
Timothée Chalamet's update to Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka gives a cheery lesson in hard work, kindness, and the benefits of the free market.
Scripture is full of stories inspiring awe. Are we allowing ourselves to be astonished?
Holiday specials remind us of a salvation we already have.
Charles Schulz's improbable holiday special echoed his own acquaintance with lowliness.
A new movie, “Freud's Last Session,” imagines a dialogue—and a friendship—between the famed psychologist and C.S. Lewis.
George Clooney's “The Boys in the Boat” is a nostalgic true story for a divided America.
Actor Matthew Goode and director Matthew Brown talk about adapting a stage play, understanding C.S. Lewis, and disagreeing well.
Jeymes Samuel's anachronistic biblical epic nods to classics like “Ben-Hur” and “Life of Brian”—and ends with a surprisingly earnest view of Christ.
The silly space adventurer started small, but shows the potential for a faith-based, family friendly series.