Your Personal Plugged In Entertainment Appliance

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For about 25 years now, Plugged In has done its best to help you walk through the strange, exciting and sometimes perilous world of entertainment. Through seminars, newsletters, magazines, radio programs, TV snippets, websites, mobile apps and online videos, we’ve tried to give your family the tools to make wise entertainment choices. But there’s always […]

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And the Oscar Nominees Are … Surprising?

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It’s that time of year again, the time when we movie geeks hold our collective breath at the brink of Oscar nomination time, wondering what lucky films will be nominated for Hollywood’s highest honor. Well, the nomination news is in. And some of the choices this year feel a bit, well, surprising. I’m going to […]

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Diving Into the Theology of Star Wars

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Diving into the Theology of Star Wars

If you’re like me, you enjoy a good, healthy, and robust discussion of theology every now and again. Especially when said conversation means you get to break down what is, arguably, this generation’s most popular cultural myth: Star Wars. As the release of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens looms large on the horizon, […]

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Elderly Man Challenges Dude Perfect to Epic Trick Shot Battle

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I have something of an affinity for trick shots. Which is partly why I have an affinity for Dude Perfect. (You may recall that I interviewed their Bearded Guy earlier this year.) I also dig Adventures in Odyssey.* Which is why I’m kinda geeking out over this video that has surfaced from the Adventures in […]

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Eduardo Verástegui Talks About Faith, Little Boy and the Power of Media

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The New York Times ran “nearly 900 film reviews in 2013,” according to the Times itself. That’s not quite three films per day, but it’s getting close. With that huge number of motion pictures being made each year (and certainly the Times didn’t review every one), it might surprise you to know that Focus on […]

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Upsilon Circuit: One Strike and You’re Out

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If you’ve ever played an online role-playing game like, say, World of Warcraft, you know that they’re generally vast, open-world games that plop your avatar down in a digital world filled with hundreds of AI characters and literally thousands of gamers (when you tally up attendance across the many servers available). In those make-believe lands […]

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The Drop Box Drops Today

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Focus on the Family in conjunction with Kindred Image release their new documentary The Drop Box today through Fathom Events. The film is an intimate look at the work of Pastor Lee Jong-rak, a South Korean minister who for decades has manned a “drop box” to collect unwanted babies. It runs in select U.S. theaters […]

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