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Christianity Today at the Movies: Features

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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.
Charles Schulz's improbable holiday special echoed his own acquaintance with lowliness.
Holiday specials remind us of a salvation we already have.
Scripture is full of stories inspiring awe. Are we allowing ourselves to be astonished?
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.
The Zone of Interest, nominated for Oscars including best picture, is a Holocaust horror movie about the corruption of the human heart.
We've romanticized stories of destiny-driven love—even at the expense of fidelity. This Oscar-nominated drama shows the beauty of limits.
Season 4 of the popular Jesus show, now in theaters, takes a turn for the serious. CT reports from its premiere and press junket in LA.
Rob Reiner's documentary makes a strong case against political extremism in the name of Christ—for those who already agree.
Film reviews, interviews and commentary from Christianity Today.
Netflix's live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender speaks to a longing C.S. Lewis described—and can remind us of our promises in Christ.
Drawing from their long experience in the Islamic world, evangelical novelists pen fiction to help Muslims and Americans better see Jesus.
What happens when a savior chooses not a cross but a sword?
The “cheerful prudery” of Ned Flanders has given way to vulgarity, misogyny, and partisanship. What does this mean for our witness?
The writer of the best-selling children's book series The Wingfeather Saga hopes season 2 of the television adaptation “will be taken as a story first.”
The new dystopian thriller reminds viewers it's not just what we witness that matters, but how.
Series like The Wingfeather Saga bring children along for the adventure of following Jesus.
The popular kids series reminds parents that playfulness is next to godliness.