Collin Brendemuehl looks at the romantic comedy, Crazy Rich Asians, through the lens of a biblical worldview and shares what we can learn from the film.
John Ford’s Drums Along the Mohawk takes us to the Mohawk Valley during the American Revolution that gives us a taste of what it was like to be there.
God’s Not Dead is a well-intentioned film that responds to secular bias in academia and Hollywood. Unfortunately, like the secular conservative film American Carol (2008), God’s Not Dead got carried away with itself and drowned its own message. Freshman pre-law Student Josh Wheaton (Shane Harper) ends up in Philosophy 150 taught by Professor Radisson (Kevin Sorbo) a rabid atheist who […]
(National Harbor, MD) I had to travel to CPAC being held outside of Washington, DC at the Gaylord National Convention Center in order to see the fruit of the labor of several Iowa activists who decided they wanted to shine light on the IRS scandal. They recently undertook a national tour in order to talk to […]
Kevin Subra gives a critical review of October Baby and explains why he is not excited about the hype behind this new movie being pitched to Christian and prolife audiences.
I just went to see The Dark Knight (the sequel to Batman Begins) at the IMAX Dome Theatre here in Des Moines. It was my first experience in a dome-version of the IMAX theatres and it was my first time watching The Dark Knight. It won’t be my last. The Dark Knight definitely was one […]