REVIEW: Sword of Trust [2019]

“Is this ‘Antiques Roadshow’ for racists?” There’s a point in Lynn Shelton‘s Sword of Trust where the four principal characters are being led into a situation with as much chance of ending in their death as it does the payment of forty thousand dollars. Sitting there in that moment of uncertainty without any bearing as […]

REVIEW: Round of Your Life [2019]

“Nothing motivates like disappointment” Christian faith films are difficult to watch objectively because they generally end one of two ways: a miracle by the grace of God or a tragedy accepted as His will. So there’s not much wiggle room when it comes to drama. Whether or not the person in pain recovers often has […]