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You like ‘em. I like ‘em. We all watch ‘em.
And if you don’t, well, you’re a Scrooge or a Grinch. See, there’s no escaping here: You will be assimilated.
You can’t fault Pixar for its ambition. Soul director Pete Docter talks about what might be the studio’s most ambitious film yet.
Movie theaters may be shutting down left and right, but artists are still putting out just as many tunes as ever.
Star Wars. The Avengers. Harry Potter. Many of us don’t have a “favorite movie” anymore as much as we have a favorite franchise.
Adam Holz recently had a chance to talk with John about all things Skillet, including how COVID has impacted his band and his new book.
Let’s dive into Plugged In’s highly subjective list of the top five TV shows that we reviewed in 2020.
Long before it was required, good old Scrooge was a master at social distancing.
It’s December. And hoo-baby there’s a sleigh-full of new family movies flooding down the chimneys of your local neighborhood streaming services.
The biggest problem suggesting that the world operates on a Yin-Yang balance rather than good triumphing over evil is that they ignore the very theology that they derive their storylines from.
Now that we’re nearing the end of this Corona-fevered year, we thought we’d take a stab at naming a few of Plugged In’s favorite games.
Plugged In Parent’s Guide to Today’s Technology
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