A Conversation With Kirk Cameron on Media Discernment (Part I)

kirk cameron

Have you ever experienced a “chance” meeting with someone that, looking back, you’re certain was a divine appointment? I had one earlier this year. I had received an email about a Fathoms Event film called Connect, coming out two nights only, Feb. 27 and March 1—a movie all about the influence of entertainment and the […]

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Black Panther Roars Atop Box Office

Black Panther

This just in: Vibranium, the mysterious, marvelous metal that turned the African nation of Wakanda into a high-tech fairyland, is now only that nation’s second most sought-after export. The first? Well, you only have to go to the nearest multiplex to figure that out. Black Panther, Disney/Marvel’s latest superhero flick to storm theaters, didn’t just […]

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Plugged In Movie Awards: Best Movie for Adults

PIMA Best Movie for Adults

We’ve come to one of our most prickly categories now, picking through the best films Hollywood offered this year and deciding what’s truly praise-worthy in terms of both its messages and content. These aren’t films that the whole family will necessarily want to sit down and watch. But these films resonated with us. Again, we’d […]

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Plugged In Movie Awards: Best Movie for Kids

PIMA Kids

For the last several weeks, Hollywood has been handing itself a bevy of awards, with the biggest honors—the Oscars—just around the corner. Alas, the movies that the entertainment industry chooses to honor may be strong in craft but weak in conviction, high in aesthetics but low in ethics. But while we at Plugged In sometimes […]

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12 Strong Can’t Outmuscle Jumanji

Dwayne Johnson in Jumanji

The juggernaut that is Jumanji just keeps chugging along. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle—a movie predicated on a magical board game—continues to claim a monopoly on the box office’s numero uno slot, earning an estimated $20 million payday. Does Jumanji feel sorry for its success? Not one little bit. While making a movie is always […]

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Culture Clips: A Good Year for the Bad Guys

Frank Griffin from Godless

We’re three whole days into 2018 now, but it’s still wholly appropriate to look back at the year that was. Researchers have weighed the data to determine the year’s most popular books, movies and videos. Pundits have opined on the year’s biggest entertainment stories. But one thing’s clear, at least to the Los Angeles Times’ […]

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