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Violent Movies, Violent Reviews
What Christian critics are saying about Rollerball, Collateral Damage, Monster's Ball, Big Fat Liar, The Devil's Backbone, Italian for Beginners—and Roger Ebert.
Uproar in Boston as Police Are Told to Ignore Sex at Public Rest Areas
"A commentary-free edition of Weblog, including stories on the meeting of Anglican hierarchy in North Carolina, the Moonies, resisting the devil, and other topics"
Oscars Honor the Best ; Theatres Feature the Worst
"The Academy Awards award Chicago and The Pianist. Meanwhile, critics suffer through Dreamcatcher, View from the Top, and Boat Trip"
Race and Redemption in a Holes -some Family Film
"Holes trips up some viewers but holds treasure for others. Reviewers find flaws in A Mighty Wind, Bulletproof Monk, Malibu's Most Wanted, Chasing Papi, and XXX, while praising Levity and Rivers and Tides. Plus: An invitation to weigh in on the subject of"
The Salvation Army Comes to the Rescue in The Man Without a Past
"Religious press critics respond to The Real Cancun, It Runs in the Family, Identity, Confidence, and Raising Victor Vargas. Plus further views on Holes, Levity, The Good Thief, Laurel Canyon, House of 1,000 Corpses."
The Pain of Private Pleasures
To Hell on a Cream Puff
Gluttony makes you soft and lovable. It's the cute sin.
Rx for Gluttony
Even Christian diet experts rarely talk about it anymore. But the early monks did, and for good reason.
Gay Churches Expand to Latin American Congregations
Homosexuals in Honduras respond to new denomination's message that homosexuality and Christianity are compatible.
A Sequel with Metal Claws and a Moral Backbone
Christian critics consider X2: X-Men United, The Lizzie McGuire Movie, The Dancer Upstairs, Bend It Like Beckham, and The Real Cancun.
Matrix Sequel Flaunts Flashy Effects, Tedious Talk
Christian film critics find little enthusiasm for The Matrix Reloaded, Down with Love, or Daddy Day Care, but they are impressed with Man on the Train
A Fix for the Soul
Dope or Deity…
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