The movie portrays the notorious architect of the Final Solution as both a monster and a human being, teaching us a powerful lesson about limiting the power of government.
Dinesh D'Souza has produced another cinematic assault upon the Democratic Party, this time providing some important history neglected by the Left's history books.
If you are hoping to see a credible cinematic portrayal of a corrupt U.S. senator, intoxicated with power, privilege, and prestige, who leaves a girl to die and then swings into damage-control mode to rescue his own political career, this movie will not disappoint.
Today, Christians are often amazed at the hostility of the non-believing culture. This movie is a powerful demonstration of what can happen when that hostility is empowered with the sword of the State.
The new educational documentary Connect, hosted by Kirk Cameron, attempts to balance understanding the dangers of technology, while continuing to benefit from it.
Both the Left and the Right were a bit right and a bit wrong about the Black Panther prior to its release. Both expected the film to trumpet the Social Justice Warriors' revolutionary egalitarian agenda. But it does no such thing. And what it does do makes it worth seeing.
While Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge can be faulted for taking some major liberties with the life of conscientious objector Desmond Doss, it hits the mark in its portrayal of Doss' love of God and his fellow man. In some ways, this is not a war movie, but rather a love story with the Sixth Commandment as the guiding principle of Doss' convictions.
Star Trek Beyond, the 13th film in the Star Trek movie franchise and the third in the new reboot series of films produced by JJ Abrams, reunites the cast and crew of the starship USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) from the last two Star Trek films in what is perhaps their boldest adventure yet.