Don't be fooled by the medium: The Miracle Maker is one sophisticated yet family-friendly Jesus film
There are at least a half-dozen reasons Phineas and Ferb never should have existed, and how fortunate for viewers of all ages that it does. It’s no wonder show creators Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh were unable to get it on the air…
Why more families should get to know the "third genius" of silent comedy
Charles Schulz’s popular characters are back on the big screen in computer-animated form. Here’s a look back at the great strip and its best screen adaptations.
Disney’s Aladdin gets a new “Diamond Edition” (Blu-ray, DVD and digital HD) on October 13.
A public service ad going around Facebook shows all the things those with Down syndrome are doing to live full, exciting lives. It includes athletes, public speakers, actors...and David DeSanctis, who is all of the above. The 23-year-old…
For two decades, the Belgian brother filmmakers have explored moral, social, and spiritual themes in one extraordinary film after another. Two Days, One Night (2014), the latest acclaimed drama from the Belgian brothers Jean-Pierre and…
Worth Watching from our June-July-August Issue
Half a century after its big-screen debut, The Sound of Music is still one of the most beloved musicals of all time.
The classic Preston Sturges comedy debuts on Blu-Ray from Criterion April 14