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Michael Foust is the Entertainment Editor for One Christian Voice. Michael is the husband of an amazing wife named Julie and the father of four young children. He has covered the intersection of faith and entertainment for more than a decade. Visit his blog, MichaelFoust.com

‘Animals with Cameras’ leads March’s family-friendly spotlight

Editor’s note: This monthly series, “5 Family-Friendly Things,” spotlights five family-friendly entertainment choices on film, DVDs, streaming or television.    Nature documentaries always rank among...

REVIEW: ‘Captain Marvel’ is different, and that’s good

Captain Marvel follows a woman named Vers (played by Brie Larson) from the planet Hala who crash lands on Earth in search of her race’s long-time nemesis: the shape-changing Skrulls.

‘Run the Race’ tops this month’s ‘5 family-friendly things’

Editor’s note: This monthly series, “5 Family-Friendly Things,” spotlights five family-friendly entertainment choices on film, DVDs, streaming or television. Sports movies are never just about...

REVIEW: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ is a fun ride with a good message, but …

Dr. Dyson Ido is a brilliant man who holds the keys to life and death. The year is 2563, and Ido, as a cyborg scientist,...

REVIEW: ‘The Lego Movie 2’ and traditional gender roles

The newest animated film in theaters, The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (PG), reflects this difference between genders. It’s a sequel to 2014’s The Lego Movie.

REVIEW: ‘Green Book,’ Racism and Christianity

Shirley knows he will encounter restaurants that won’t feed him and hotels that won’t house him. That’s why he and Tony take along the Green Book

REVIEW: ‘Stan and Ollie’ is a marvelous tale about friendship

Stan & Ollie (PG) -- can’t seem to forgive his larger sidekick for briefly forming a new partnership, even if it was due to contractual disputes and pressure from their producer, Hal Roach. And even if it took place roughly 14 years ago.

REVIEW: ‘Glass’ is a tale about evil superheroes. Huh?

Some people like their superheroes to be, you know, superheroes. They want superheroes who do good, defeat evil and inspire us to live better lives.

REVIEW: ‘Social Animals’ spotlights perilous combination of teens and Instagram

Their stories are told without narration or commentary, but that’s not needed. By the time the credits roll, you’re convinced that Instagram -- without strict boundaries -- is bad for a young person’s mental and social health.

REVIEW: ‘Bumblebee’ is a different type of Transformers film (and that’s good)

What do you get when you add a storyline to a Transformers movie and remove the sexualization of women? Apparently, Bumblebee.