"Haters gonna hate, hate, hate," sings Ms. Swift. And, yeah, we'll probably end up in that column for our review of her '80s-doused, sexed-up fifth album, 1989.
NBC's Constantine is based on the DC Comics character of the same name. Keanu Reeves, however, is nowhere to be found. And neither is a theologically accurate biblical worldview.
Simply watch the colorful, silhouette-like dancing figures onscreen and do your best to copy their moves as the tunes play on. Is there anything more to it than that?
A Movie Night is a golden opportunity for families, youth groups or other small groups to have a meaty discussion about a meaningful movie. A Plugged In Movie Night is a downloadable conversation guide we've created to help you accomplish that!
Did you know that Focus on the Family's thrivingfamily.com reviews books? Designed to bridge the gap between what parents have read themselves and what their kids want to read, reviews cover content, themes and worldview of fiction books.
Protecting our families today is more vital than ever. And by partnering with ClearPlay and Net Nanny, Focus on the Family hopes to point you to resources and tools that can help you navigate the entertainment world around you.