Queens of Mystery — By the Makers of New Tricks and Doc Martin [TV Review]

By: Laura Bennett

With inquisitive narration and grand, sweeping landscapes, watching the new British crime series Queens of Mystery feels like snuggling up with a good book.
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Will Smith in Spies in Disguise — An Unlikely Pigeon Pairing Saving the World

By: Laura Bennett

You’re spoiled for choice these holidays with streaming and cinema options, but thankfully, Spies in Disguise can make your binge watching meaningful.
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Waving the Flag for Independence – and Love – in another remake of ‘Little Women’

By: Laura Bennett

This is the year for the March sisters, with this weeks’ Little Women the second movie to tell their story in as many months.

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Barry Conrad: How a Brush with Death Changed His Outlook on Showbiz and Life

By: Laura Bennett

Barry Conrad’s love for music has been lifelong: he had a Dad who played guitar and loved to sing, and a Mum who recorded worship albums with her church choir.

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Stormzy, Coldplay and Kanye Reached for the Light this Year. This Christmas, We Can Too

By: Sheridan Voysey

“We’re going to give God all the glory right now—all the glory.” Read more

Depth and a Little Darkness as Anna and Elsa Seek Answers, in ‘Frozen 2’

By: Laura Bennett

Sequels aren’t normally as hotly anticipated as Frozen II has been.

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Daniel Craig’s ‘Knives Out’ Will Keep You Guessing – And Make You Look Inward, Too

By: Laura Bennett

While Daniel Craig is the best Bond, it’s nice to know he can be the best at other things too.

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Brooke Ligertwood: “It’s a Wonder-Filled Life When You Have to Rely on God”

By: Laura Bennett

Reaching the music industry’s pinnacle with a Grammy, and being at the forefront of global Christian worship music, Brooke Ligertwood is at times “terrified”—and daily has to call on God for His help.

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This Movie is Why Streaming Will Never Replace Cinema: ‘Ford v Ferrari’

By: Laura Bennett

If you ask me, Ford v Ferrari is the reason why cinema can’t be totally abandoned in favour of streaming services.

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New “Charlie’s Angels” Aims Low and Gives Feminism a Bad Name

By: Laura Bennett

‘Discombobulated’. It’s a fun word to say, and apparently, was the feeling in the writers’ room when Charlies Angels was being developed. 

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