Show your church’s kids that they matter to the church body as a whole.
Chan is another father possessing a “very particular set of skills” in this film by Martin Campbell.
While certainly not everyone’s cup of tea, I consider this one of 2017’s most fascinating and compelling albums.
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This CGI-filled remake of 1977’s Death Duel never quite reaches the martial arts heights to which it so clearly aspires.
An excellent opportunity to see some of the greatest and most beloved animated films of all time.
Critics say Baby Driver is filled with the sort of vibe and energy we’ve come to love and expect from Edgar Wright.
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Dreamy autumnal pop, spaced-out slowcore, The Smiths get a shoegaze makeover, and some gorgeous psychedelic pop.
The latest Marvel superhero teaser, the death of a comic book icon, Bioware’s next original title, and the big G gets animated.
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Sorrow Plagues’s blend of black metal and shoegaze contains a few sonic surprises along the way.
The reunited trio’s performance of “My Hands Are Thermometers” will probably be the highlight of my week.
Marty Robbins’ music presents an idealized, but never schmaltzy vision of the American West. Plus, he has a voice for the ages.
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Vietnam War epics, Disney’s Polynesian musical, wrestling ladies, Muay Thai mayhem, a Rat Pack remake, and more.