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No sir. Like the earlier film, the movie's documentary style about a journalistic investigation of a defining social issue—child, sexual abuse in the church and its cover-up—allows for both a strong narrative arch and a scathing moral critique.

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The acting is first rate, the script carefully crafted, the historical veracity high, and the tone pitch-perfect. While you know the outcome, the retelling still carries with it both suspense and ethical weight. Here is a critique of the church that focuses on Roman Catholics, but which is also a Protestant problem. The story chronicles one main reason the Christian church has lost influence and respect in the larger society. Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Star Wars is one of the most significant modern mythologies in our culture.

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As the latest chapter in that mythology, The Force Awakens hits all the notes that we expect in a Star Wars film. On top of that, stunning visual effects and an iconic score from John Williams make The Force Awakens one of the best films of the year and my personal favorite. In Christian circles, we talk so much about separating ourselves from "the world," but this film allows a young boy to dream of the wonder and mystery within "the world. The challenges of adulthood become even more complicated in the midst of the trauma both inside and outside of Room.

Yet, the performances of Brie Larsen and Jacob Tremblay have the kind of emotional pull that will make you thankful for the world, for life itself, and remind you how much we need each other in order to survive. Ex Machina. Ex Machina is a rich and engaging film, both cinematically and theologically.

All its technical elements have been woven together to form a cohesive, artistic work. Cinematography, score, sound, art direction, and acting are strategically developed throughout the narrative and greatly enhance the tone of the film. The Martian. It is humorous, suspenseful, and visually-imaginative, albeit a touch predictable.

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While the plot may be simplistic and its characters one-dimensional, the devotion Scott gives to creating his Mars and space is a spectacle worth our time. And this was accomplished without overloading the story with superfluous action sequences! The Martian creates the voyeuristic experience to appreciate the gift of life and see the preciousness of life in others.

The Big Short. The Big Short is the haunting true story of big banks, greed, corruption, and the handful of Wall Street mavericks who profited off the economic collapse of Book author Michael Lewis Moneyball and film director Adam McKay Anchorman , with the help of innovative celebrity cameos, simplify the complex recession with perfect clarity. Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling, and Steve Carell deliver exceptional performances that make the film fun to watch, even with its depressing narrative.

One of the most socially important films of , The Big Short has you rooting for its main characters to subvert the predatory finance system, but then it reminds you that on our contemporary Wall Street, there are no winners, only losers.

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Sicario is set in the bleak world created by the United States government and Mexican drug cartels as they war with each other. The film provides no hope for a solution to these cycles of violence. Rather it forces the view to consider their own complicity in the continued violence of the world. Matthew Aughtry. Here's my snapshot of the moment top I still haven't seen a lot of the end of the year releases. Interestingly, my favorite film of last year changed afterwards to the one this group chose Calvary , so perhaps that will be the case again!

After all, this is all about community anyways. The Revenant 2. Mad Max: Fury Road 3.

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Creed 4. The Big Short 5. Straight Outta Compton 6. The Martian 8. Inside Out 9. Ex Machina Furious 7. Catherine Barsotti. The Revenant - my favorite director of the tres amigos and of all directors - this is his magnum opus, though his others are stunning also 2. Room - it was so special to have this one and The Revenant at Fuller 3. Inside Out - should be nominated for best film, as well as best animated 4. The Martian - amazing design and performance 6. The Brand New Testament - you've got to see this one!

Mustang - breaks your heart 8. Brooklyn - so poignantly pure and lovely 9. The Big Short - great ensemble work - better than Spotlight 's ensemble Ex Machina - pushed to ponder. Elijah Davidson. Tangerine 2. Timbuktu 3. The Revenant 4. Anomalisa 5. Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation 6. Crimson Peak 8. Spotlight Bridge of Spies.

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Roslyn Hernandez. Ex-Machina 3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens 4. Crimson Peak 5. Metalhead 6. While We're Young 7. Room 8. Home 9. By The Sea The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2.

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Gary Ingle. Star Wars: The Force Awakens 2. Inside Out 3. Buzzard 4.

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