God & Country movie review & film summary (2024)

The best parts of the film are when it becomes more of a history lesson—for example, in a section counteracting false talking points about the United States always having been “a Christian nation” by pointing out that the government was, in fact, most certainly not based on The Ten Commandments, that George Washington didn’t pray in the snow … Read more

Loki writer on the God of Mischief’s new role after season 2 finale

Loki head writer Eric Martin on the God of Mischief’s new role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the season 2 finale. MAJOR SPOILERS for Loki season 2 finale. Well over a decade after Loki’s introduction in Thor, the Asgardian’s tale has come to an end… or has it? The recent finale of Loki found … Read more

Exclusive God is a Bullet Poster Previews the Revenge Thriller

ComingSoon is debuting an exclusive God Is a Bullet poster from XYZ Films’ upcoming revenge thriller. The movie is slated to arrive in theaters on June 23. “The film follows detective Bob Hightower, who finds his ex-wife murdered and his daughter kidnapped by an insidious cult,” reads the synopsis. “Bob takes matters into his own … Read more

Tower of God Season 2 Crunchyroll & Streaming Release Date

Tea Tower of God season 2 Crunchyroll release date is hotly anticipated by fans, who have been waiting for confirmation of when it is coming out. While it was announced in August 2022, Crunchyroll has been tight-lipped about a definite release date. Tower of God season 2 will continue the adventures of Bam, who has … Read more

Book Excerpt: Scout Tafoya’s But God Made Him a Poet: Watching John Ford in the 21st Century | Features

Master Roddy McDowell, as he’s credited, plays the youngest observer in the valley, the one who witnesses the births and deaths and loves and marriages and betrayals. The film is one of the near-musicals of which Ford was so fond. Song was one of the few languages ​​that can communicate like the moving image, and … Read more

Quietly Revolutionary: Abby Ryder Fortson and Kelly Fremon Craig on Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. | Interviews

Abby Ryder Fortson, Amari Alexis Price, Elle Graham and Katherine Mallen Kupferer in “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.” Photo credit: Dana Hawley. When it comes to mentors, Abby credits both of her parents as huge influences, and says that it was helpful to have them present onset. “I certainly learned from them that … Read more

I Was in Bliss: Steve Sakland on Re-Creating 1970 for Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. | Interviews

I know we’re here to talk about “Margaret,” but I have to tell you how much I love your designs for “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar.” It was bliss, and in my mind, it was a pure musical. And in this movie, we got to do four theater scenes. I got to … Read more

Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.

The carefree dog days of a New Hampshire summer camp turns to the bustling verve of 1970s New York City before transitioning to a Norman Rockwell-esque suburban setting in Kelly Fremon Craig’s lovely adaptation of Judy Blume’s landmark young adult novel “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret”. “Please don’t let New Jersey be too … Read more