Though the Mavericks may not make the playoffs for the first time in 12 years, the season is not over yet. There are plenty of reasons to care about your hometown team.
Read the article at Pegasus News.
Like all who care about the state of cinema, I have my frustrations and reservations about the Academy Awards, from the politics involved to the ridiculous voting system. And, well, the best picture of the year didn’t even get nominated for Best Picture this year (don’t get me started on that snub). Continue reading
In his 1977 book Telling the Truth: The Gospel as Tragedy, Comedy, and Fairy Tale, author and theologian Frederick Buechner describes preaching the gospel as telling the truth—the “presenting of life itself so that we can see it for not at what various times we call it Continue reading
As much as I love me some lists, especially as they relate to all things film, I also kind of despise lists—well, making lists that is. It may sound strange, but the process can be pretty frustrating and stressful. Plus, by the end of the year, there are usually 15-20 films that I have to catch up on within like a two-week window. Continue reading
Given the ambiguities and a range of opinions, it should be no surprise that Zero Dark Thirty, Kathryn Bigelow’s smart and exciting thriller about the hunt for—and killing of—bin Laden appears to offer no concrete answers to such questions. But if one looks closely enough, the film’s realistic, almost journalistic, aesthetic actually does provide some answers.
Read my review at Christianity Today.