Do we understand the gravity of what the social internet has wrought?
Tired of watching Frozen or Harry Potter for the millionth time? Check out our list of lesser-known family-friendly films!
In order to join us for our LTN Arcade movie screenings, you need four things: a desktop or laptop computer (this will not work on a tablet or phone), a US-region Netflix account (or Netflix account that’s in a region that also has the specific show or movie we’re going to watch), the Google Chrome […]
Of course Anakin's fall was inevitable and dramatic, but could permission to be vulnerable have saved him?
The parable of the prodigal son teaches that no one's ever really gone. The Rise of Skywalker touts the same radical forgiveness with Ben Solo's redemption.
In the midst of a global pandemic, Onward provides us an interesting parable on learning to cope with what we can't control.
Andrea Racoti explores Star Wars: Episode 2 - Attack of the Clones as a parable on self-control.
In the face of the deep divide between fans and critics (*ahem* Star Wars), Kevin Schut argues that criticism can actually change our lives for the better.
The writers of Love Thy Nerd's Skywalker saga reflections give their impressions on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in the wake of its ranging reception.
Writer Chris Fogle explains what Dickens' beloved story can teach us on worrying about the past, being present in the present and worrying about the future.