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Why we will no longer be a welcoming church
We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. Like so many congregations, we’ve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people …
Surprise At A Car Repair Garage
I misjudged the entrance to the library so when I turned into the driveway I hit the curb and drove over it. No big deal, I figured. The car still ran fine so I thought nothing of it. That afterno…
Film Review: ‘The World Before Your Feet’
An engaging illustration of the difference between merely looking and really seeing, Jeremy Workman’s “The World Before Your Feet” profiles Matt Green, whose current occupation is walking every blo…
Film Review: Why Him?
What if your child brought home James Franco as your new son-in-law?
GFF film reviews: The Double
ALISTAIR Harkness reviews some of the key films at this year’s Glasgow Film Festival, including Richard Ayoade’s new feature The Double and Tom Hardy’s latest, In Locke.
Film Review: ‘Survivors Guide to Prison’
If ever a proselytizing documentary could be described as assaultive, “Survivors Guide to Prison” might sport that label as a badge of honor. Filmmaker Matthew Cooke (“How to Make Money Selling Dru…
Cannes Film Review: ‘It Must Be Heaven’
Continuing to chart his own path in a Palestinian film landscape generally perceived as monolithic, Elia Suleiman turns his delightfully absurdist, unfailingly generous gaze beyond the physical hom…
'For They Know Not What They Do': Film Review
In this doc, four families with gay or trans children recount their sometimes tortured journey toward acceptance.
Film Review: ‘10 Cloverfield Lane’
A sensationally effective semi-sequel that bears virtually no narrative or stylistic resemblance to its predecessor.
Berlin Film Review: ‘What’s in the Darkness’
Perhaps the most acute and uncompromisingly grim murder mystery to come out of China in years, “What’s in the Darkness” exposes the putrid minds lurking in a sexually and politica…
Film Review: ‘How to Be a Latin Lover’
The combo of wink-wink naughtiness and family-friendly sentimentality makes for a wildly uneven farce in “How to Be a Latin Lover,” as a middle-aged male gold-digger attempts a reconciliation with …
Film review: '10 Cloverfield Lane'
'10 Cloverfield Lane' is a cleverly constructed nail-biter, reminiscent of Hitchcock.
'The Secret Life of Pets 2': Film Review
The wacky menagerie returns, adding the agreeably gruff presence of Harrison Ford as a cranky farm dog.
FILM REVIEW: ‘Ophelia’ should resonate with a younger generation |
McCarthy’s audacious film takes the Bard’s iconic tragedy in whole new directions, with elements drawn from centuries of Shakespeare adulation and other aspects reflecting the latest trends in the entertainment industry. Think one part pre-Raphaelite painting; one part plaintive diva-licious anthem; one part irrepressible heroine in the manner of Wonder Woman or Captain Marvel; and one part costume fantasy in the style of “Game of Thrones,”…
Sundance Film Review: ‘Untitled Amazing Johnathan Documentary’
Last spring, “Always Amazing” — a scrappy portrait of gonzo stand-up/magician/performance artist John Edward Szeles, aka the Amazing Johnathan — premiered at Vancouver’s Just for Laughs Festival. T…
Film Review: ‘The Secret Life of Pets 2’
Illumination’s “The Secret Life Of Pets” films do something the “Despicable Me” studio’s other offerings have yet to accomplish: They allow younger audiences to explore their feelings about new lif…