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Joint New Year’s Resolutions: For Me and the Stars

posted by Kris Rasmussen

There is an interesting article over at Salon about how in 2007 the toxic relationship between the media, celebrities, and the average consumer has hit new levels of lunacy. Well, I certainly can’t argue with that. And while some of […]

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My Top Ten Movies of 2007

posted by Kris Rasmussen

This has been a surprisingly good year for movies and I am thrilled to say that it was difficult to limit my list of favorite movies to ten. (Last year I had a difficult time even finding ten to make […]

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“Sweeney Todd”: The Demon Lives On

posted by Kris Rasmussen

While I have never understood the fascination with continuing to remake the bizarre story of demonic barber Sweeney Todd, I have to admit that when I saw the dazzling, completely innovative spectacle of the Tony winning Broadway revival of ‘Sweeney […]

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Whom Would Jesus Hang With?

posted by Paul O'Donnell

When the Chicago Daily Herald recently asked random celebs’ “Which person, living or dead, would you most like to spend the day with?” the no. 1 answer was “Jesus,” though, frankly, the Good Lord has spent time in better company […]

“There Will Be Blood”: Brilliant Showdown Between Oil Below and God Above

posted by Idol Chatter

There’s gold in them thar hills. Black gold, that is, for Daniel Plainview (Daniel Day-Lewis), an early California silver prospector-turned-oil-tycoon in “There Will Be Blood.” There’s Hollywood (statuette) gold gushing up on-screen, too, considering this film’s soul-drilling excellence. With its […]

You Tube’s Jewish Christmas Carol

posted by Paul O'Donnell

Christmas has so powerfully shaped Western culture that it has created yuletide rituals even among non-Christians. Jews, for instance, avail themselves of the only entertainments open on Christmas Day in most parts: eating Chinese food and going to the movies. […]

Tell Us Your New Year’s Resolution, Win a Prize

posted by mkress

Watch an exclusive clip from the movie “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly,” and then read below to find out how to enter to win prizes related to this critically acclaimed new film: Click to Watch What is your new […]

An Unholy Holy War: Another View of ‘Charlie Wilson’s War’

posted by Donna Freitas

“Charlie Wilson’s War” is a movie vehicle to please liberal audiences comfortable with confronting the reality of religion’s role on the global political stage. Starring Tom Hanks as Charlie Wilson, a scotch-swilling, womanizing Texas Congressman, Julia Roberts as Joanne Herring, […]

Hitler Meant Well: Will Smith Speaks and We Wish He Didn’t

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

Oy vey. Every time actors speak I find myself holding my breath and hoping that what they’ll say will resemble one of the moving, well-written speeches that they deliver during the roles they’ve taken on in their lifetime. As it […]

‘Charlie Wilson’s War': Whose Side is God On?

posted by Idol Chatter

As a die-hard fan of “The West Wing” who mourned its disappearance from network television, I’ve missed American politics as processed through the quirky and brilliant mind of Aaron Sorkin. Lucky for me, “Charlie Wilson’s War” provides another shade from […]

“PS, I Love You”: Good Grief?

posted by Donna Freitas

Stupid me. I saw one trailer for “PS, I Love You” starring Hilary Swank, Lisa Kudrow, and Kathy Bates, noted the release date (December 21), and thought to myself, “Ooh, yay! A romantic comedy for the holidays.” I didn’t bother […]

Top Four Holiday TV Episodes

posted by Kris Rasmussen

Two years ago I posted a list here at Idol Chatter of some of my favorite Christmas episodes of some of my favorite TV shows of years past. I’ve decided to trot out a revised version of that list. Are […]

“Facts of Life” Star Supports Spears

posted by Kris Rasmussen

Whenever there’s a child star crisis — for example, the Jamie Lynn Spears pregnancy announcement– it seems to bring numerous other former child stars out of the woodwork to comment. Both People Magazine and ABC News felt it was newsworthy […]

Top Ten Films for Jews to Watch on Christmas

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

From an entertainment perspective, being a Jew during Christmas month is hard. While we get the “Adam Sandler Chanukah Song” for eight days over Hanukkah, during the rest of the month, the radio stations go Christmasy hardcore, with seven versions […]

The Other Side of ‘Persepolis’

posted by Idol Chatter

When the subject of Iran comes up, religious extremists tend to take center stage. However, co-directors/co-writers Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud show that there is more to the Iranian culture with their animated feature “Persepolis” — in limited theatrical release […]

A Silver Lining to Spears’ Teen Pregnancy?

posted by Ellen Leventry

For the past few days bloggerati the world over have been consumed with covering Jamie Lynn Spears’ recently announced pregnancy; this blog included. And while many muse about the Nickelodeon star not learning valuable lessons from Britney’s missteps and potentially […]

Top Five: The Year in Spiritual Books

posted by Idol Chatter

When it comes to books, the definition of spirituality is a loose one. In compiling lists of the best of any given year, we can lean on familiar books about God, or the spiritual life, or we can cast our […]

“Once”: DVD Pick of the week

posted by Kris Rasmussen

Unless you attended a film festival this year or you happen to live in New York or Los Angeles, you undoubtedly missed one of the best films of the year. I raved about the romantic drama “Once” this summer because […]

“The Great Debaters,” a Showcase of Talented Young Actors

posted by nsymmonds

Many times we run ourselves and our children away from movies that depict segregation and struggle. We cover our eyes, close our ears and refuse to read the books that tell of those who went before us to pave the […]

“Hard As Nails”: Hard to Watch (But Worth a Look)

posted by Paul O'Donnell

In the venerable tradition of the Roman Catholic church, firebrand preachers have not been received well. Case in point is Justin Fatica, the Catholic youth minister whose Hard As Nails organization is the subject of a documentary playing this month […]

We Are Family: ‘National Treasure: Book of Secrets’

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

National Treasure (the First) should have been laughable–a blatant ripoff of various adventure flicks at TV shows that came before it. The first effort introduced us to Indy wannabe Ben Gates, a know-it-all adventurer with a long history of searching […]

Knockedup-elodeon to Potentially Air “Sex and Love” Special

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

It looks like Nickelodeon may address Jamie Lynn’s pregnancy after all–if not on “Zoey 101,” Spears’ show, then during a special that addresses love and sex. A CNN report revealed that the network is speaking with Linda Ellerbee, a veteran […]

Denzel Washington’s ‘Great Debaters’

posted by mkress

Already nominated for a Golden Globe, “The Great Debaters” opens Christmas Day. It’s Denzel Washington’s second time behind the camera as director (the first was “Antwone Fisher”). Watch a clip: Click to Launch Video When you’re done watching, read my […]

Sister Christian: Jamie Lynn’s Barristers’ Embarrassment

posted by Ellen Leventry

Jamie Lynn Spears may be blushing with the glow of unexpected pregnancy, but her lawyers are blushing with embarrassment over the Victorian defense of her character that they set against earlier pregnancy rumors. When the National Enquirer first reported on […]

Celebrity New Year’s Resolutions

posted by Idol Chatter

Some celebrities had a memorable 2007, but “memorable” isn’t always synonymous with “good.” This year, Dena Ross and Lilit Marcus have rounded up a dozen famous folks who need to get their act together in 2008, and helpfully suggested some […]

Lynne Spears Apparently No Dr. Spock

posted by Ellen Leventry

US Weekly magazine has a column called “Stars! They’re Just Like Us” – wherein they show celebs pumping their own gas, shopping for groceries and doing the types of daily activities average, everyday folks do. With Jamie Lynn Spears’ – […]

“The Perfect Holiday” – Klunky Kid Fare

posted by Idol Chatter

Billed as “an African-American take on the classic and beloved Christmas family film,” I am naturally inclined to support this genre of film because I think it’s important for African-American kids and families to have the option of seeing themselves […]

Listen to Christmas Carols from Top Music Stars

posted by dross

In what’s starting to become a holiday favorite on Beliefnet, “Caroling with the Stars” features songs from the year’s best Christmas albums by today’s top artists. You can listen to the Brian Setzer Orchestra’s big band version of “Jingle Bells,” […]

“Saving Grace”: A Parade of Nuns….And then one Terrible Priest

posted by Donna Freitas

I’ve been obsessively catching up on the first season of TNT’s “Saving Grace” just in time for its two-part, two-night finale. I figured it would combine one of my latest, favorite TV trends–the crime procedure starring the brilliant female heroine […]

First Glimpse: ‘Prince Caspian,’ the Next Narnia Movie

posted by mkress

It’s not coming out until May, but you can get into the Narnia spirit with this first trailer for “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian”: Click to Play Trailer

Spears Knocked Up…and This Time, It’s Not Britney

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

Just when you think you’ve heard enough Spears pregnancy rumors for a given year (how many babies did Britney have this year? Five?), now we’ve got the previously-sane-seeming Nickelodeon star Jamie Lynn Spears in OK! Magazine addressing rumors about her […]

Spirituality on “Survivor” Finale

posted by lmarcus

At the beginning of “Survivor: China,” Todd Herzog was one of the most talked-about contestants on the show. Todd, a flight attendant from Utah, identified himself as a gay Mormon, which is a bit of a contradiction, considering that the […]

Amy Grant on Battling Holiday Depression

posted by dross

In her book, “Mosaic: Pieces of My Life So Far,” Christian music star Amy Grant talks about her battle with depression over the years. She mentions the winter months are a particularly rough time for her. “Maybe subconsciously that is […]

“Saving Grace”: Paying It Forward

posted by Paul O'Donnell

It’s an odd idea that we have hopes for TV characters–they’re cartoon characters after all, their lives flattened into two dimensions and squished into half-hour segments with a piquant point or a hastily arranged outcome, the way life doesn’t. After […]

‘In God’s Name’ Explores the Big Issues

posted by mkress

This Sunday, CBS will air a documentary, “In God’s Name,” that interviews 12 spiritual leaders, including the Dalai Lama and Pope Benedict XVI, about “myriad issues in our post-9/11 world, including the rise of terrorism, fanaticism, intolerance, and war,” according […]

‘Juno': The ‘Sweet Jesus Miracle’ of an Unexpected Pregnancy

posted by Donna Freitas

Only the hardest of hearts will be immune to “Juno.” Jason Reitman’s latest film about a high school girl named Juno MacGuff who gets pregnant the very first time she has sex with her sweet-natured, timid childhood friend, Paulie Bleeker, […]

“Same Auld Lang Syne” Evokes Regret, Now Even More So

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

Every year, there’s a holiday-time song that gets to me (even more than that Folgers commercial where the kid comes home to surprise his parents). It’s about life, loss, regret, and what happens when reality intrudes on your hopes and […]

Christmas is Canceled: Thus Spake Madonna

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

In case you haven’t heard, there’ll be no Christmas this year. At least not in the drafty English castle where Guy Ritchie and Madonna make their somewhat religiously confusing home. The adults are not exchanging presents, and the kids will […]

Knocked Out at the Golden Globes

posted by Paul O'Donnell

The folks who award the Golden Globes aren’t as uptight as the Oscar crowd—good box office and pretty faces carry more weight at the Globes than political correctness and dignified careers. So when the nominations come out, as they did […]

Chanukahchic: the Holiday’s Celebrity Panderers

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

I like a good celebrity interest story as much as the next person, but so much of celebrity news is–yes, I’ll say it–neither news nor terribly interesting. And now that Hanukkah’s over, I can rant a little bit about the […]

30 Rock’s Christmas Party

posted by hrossi

NBC’s 30 Rock aired its Christmas episode last night, satirizing the myriad ways in which Christmas has become a confusing amalgam of generosity, love, cynicism, materialism, and family mishigas. Kenneth (played by Jack McBrayer), the earnest page who’s always so […]

Madonna Madness: Britney Spears to Play Virgin Mary?

posted by Ellen Leventry

“Britney’s Next Act — Virgin Mary?” No, you haven’t had too much eggnog. TMZ.com (via US weekly) is reporting that <a href="“>Britney Spears is being courted to play the mother of Jesus in a film satire of the Nativity story. […]

‘The Kite Runner’ Takes Flight

posted by mkress

A movie adaptation of the massively popular novel “The Kite Runner” opens today in theaters. We’ve got a bunch of great features about it: Interview with author Khaled Hosseini Movie Mom’s review of “The Kite Runner” Movie Mom interviews the […]

Surprise! Baseball Players Use Steroids

posted by dross

George Mitchell’s report on steroid use among Major League Baseball was released today, linking a number of popular players to performance-enhancing drugs. Among them, Roger Clemens, Gary Sheffield, Barry Bonds, Paul Lo Duca, and many more. Although some viewed Mitchell’s […]

Pakistani Idol: Winner Becomes Prime Minister Candidate

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

In Pakistan’s version of American Idol, singing well is not a requirement. But being a potential candidate for Prime Minister is. “Enter the Prime Minister,” Pakistan’s first reality TV show of its kind, begins broadcasting this month. The show, a […]

Striking ‘Compass’ From the Record

posted by Ellen Leventry

You know on “Law & Order” when the judge tells the jury to ignore the statement just made by the person testifying by saying, “Strike that from the record. Jury, please disregard his statement in your deliberations?” I always wondered […]

Top Four Picks For Best Christmas Gifts 2007

posted by Kris Rasmussen

I don’t profess to know what Jesus would buy, but if you are still searching for a few fresh ideas for Christmas gifts, here are my four favorite new religious products of the Christmas season.

“No Country for Old Men”: Mayhem, Mercy and a Big Date with Oscar

posted by Kris Rasmussen

Joel and Ethan Coen became filmmaking legends in their own time with their brutal crime caper “Fargo” back in the 90s. They reached beyond their cult indie filmmaking status with the mainstream success of their dark comedy “O Brother Where […]

Losing ‘Grace’ in Iraq: ‘Grace Is Gone’

posted by Idol Chatter

“Grace is Gone” is built on a simple premise: Grace Phillips, a soldier, wife and mother of two, is killed in the war in Iraq. Her husband, Stanley Phillips, played by John Cusack, is left to break the terrible news […]

Coming Soon: Holy Water at Your Local Supermarket?

posted by Donna Freitas

Growing up in a traditional Roman Catholic family instills a few things in you about the sacred and the profane that are hard to shake. “Never enter a church with your shoulders uncovered” is one. “Holy Water is not for […]

Top 5 Comic Books and Graphic Novels of 2007

posted by Idol Chatter

As a longtime fan and creator of comic books, I’m sad to say that 2007 was an uneven year for the medium. Comics have enjoyed a rising profile in Hollywood and among critics, but this seems to have provided diminishing […]

Enter to Win: ‘What Would Jesus Buy?’

posted by mkress

Not just a movie, “What Would Jesus Buy?” is also a book, and you can win it. To enter, post your answer to this question: What would Jesus say about Christmas in America today? Would he be proud that the […]

Your Season’s Greetings: Too Generic, or Too Personal?

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

‘Tis the season for season’s greetings, as winter-themed cards, family portraits and business announcements wing their way around the world to bring messages of peace and networking to all humankind. But are your greetings too generic? People don’t read cards […]

Amy Winehouse’s Mom’s Plea to Daughter

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

No one knows a daughter like her mother. And Amy Winehouse’s mom, Janis, is smart enough to already know about her daughter’s tattooed, belligerently drunk obstinacy. But she’s still worried, and has released to a local London paper a passionately […]

“Saving Grace”: Tall, Dark, and Non-Believing

posted by Paul O'Donnell

Most of its first season, “Saving Grace” was a police procedural with a little “It’s a Wonderful Life” mixed in: Somewhere down the line, Grace Hanadarko, the hard-drankin’, rough-lovin’ detective was going to come to terms with the angel, Earl, […]

Philip Pullman Redux: My Last Word

posted by Donna Freitas

New Line’s Cinema’s December 7th film release of “The Golden Compass” could not have come any sooner. I’d begun counting the days a while ago–not because I was dying to see the movie–I already saw it twice. But because December […]

‘Golden Compass': A Christian Parent’s View

posted by mkress

This is the last in a series of blog posts about “The Golden Compass” by guest blogger Tony Watkins, author of “Dark Materials: Shedding Light on Philip Pullman’s Trilogy ‘His Dark Materials.’” Eyebrows are sometimes raised in my direction when […]

Joel Osteen in Details Magazine

posted by Ellen Leventry

Some may have been surprised that the oft-maligned Kevin Federline was named by Details magazine as one of the fifty most influential men under 45 in the current issue; number seven to be exact, an honor he shared with other […]

The Year in (Religious) Ideas

posted by Donna Freitas

Each December the New York Times Sunday Magazine does a special issue that I always look forward to: their “Annual Year In Ideas” edition. It goes from A to Z with entries about a mind-boggling range–from the interesting to the […]

‘Saving Grace': Sneak Peek

posted by mkress

Take a sneak peek at Monday night’s new episode of “Saving Grace” (for mature audiences only!): Click to Launch Video Explore more ‘Saving Grace’ features, including more video, reviews, discussion, and galleries by clicking here.

“Midnight Clear”: DVD Pick of the Week

posted by Kris Rasmussen

After success at several film festivals this year, director/producer Dallas Jenkins second feature film (he produced “Hometown Legend” a few years back), the unconventional Christmas story, “Midnight Clear, is out on DVD this week. Based on a short story written […]

LA Times Notes Faith Groups Take Offense at Flicks: What’s the Beef?

posted by Paul O'Donnell

To accompany their review of “The Golden Compass,” the movie made from Philip Pullman novel that Roman Catholics are calling offensive, The Los Angeles Times has a slide show of recent flicks that offended people of various faiths. Along with […]

‘Saving Grace': Your Encounters with Strangers

posted by Idol Chatter

We posted this piece a couple of weeks ago, and your responses have been amazing! We’ve chosen our 10 best and put together a gallery that you can see here–including the top entry, which won a free iPod for Beliefnet […]

Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig Defend ‘The Golden Compass’

posted by shuang

As ‘The Golden Compass’ is released this week, Idol Chatter blogger Donna Freitas and series author Philip Pullman aren’t the only ones defending the movie against atheism accusations from The Catholic League. Now two of the movie’s biggest stars–Nicole Kidman […]

You’re An Old One, Mr. Grinch

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

Happy 50th anniversary to everyone’s favorite green personification of the absence of Christmas spirit, The Grinch. And Grinchy’s got a new 50th-anniversary retrospective edition that contains the tale of the Grinch and all the Whos down in Who-ville, with an […]

Debating the Best of 2007

posted by Patton Dodd

It’s an annual tradition as firmly planted in our culture as Thanksgiving turkey, July 4 fireworks, and Barbara Walters specials: year-end best and worst lists, Top 10s, awards, and all the debates and discussions they inspire. I love this stuff, […]

Two New “Golden Compass” Commentaries Worth Reading

posted by Kris Rasmussen

Have I mentioned I am not interested in continuing the discussion over “The Golden Compass?” I’m pretty sure I have, but I have been following two critics in particular who have written on the subject at length, and they both […]

Today’s Romney Speech: Must-See TV?

posted by Douglas Howe

Mitt Romney has a big televised speech today. Because there’s anticipation, intrigue and drama surrounding one of the more interesting TV speech events since Bill Clinton’s “apology,” this makes for great TV. Many politicos, evangelical leaders and media members have […]

Italian Priest Bans Red Bull Ad Featuring Fourth Wise Man

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

Wait a minute…the fourth wise man? I may be Jewish, but I’m pretty sure (mostly from Monty Python’s “Life of Brian”, and more recently from “The Nativity”) that the account of the magi visiting baby Jesus only has three wise […]

What ‘The Golden Compass’ Really Says About Pullman’s Belief

posted by mkress

This is the second in a series of blog posts about “The Golden Compass” by guest blogger Tony Watkins, author of “Dark Materials: Shedding Light on Philip Pullman’s Trilogy ‘His Dark Materials.‘” I wonder how aware Philip Pullman is of […]

Sherri Shepherd Shares Her ‘View’ on Ancient History

posted by Ellen Leventry

Huffington Post’s Danny Shea took “The View’s” Sherri Shepherd to task yesterday for claiming that Christ predated the ancient Greeks during a discussion of philosopher Epicurus on the gab fest. “Naturally, talk soon migrated to the topic of religion, and […]

“Atonement”: Oscar Buzz but Flawed Redemption

posted by Kris Rasmussen

It’s not only a busy holiday season but a busy Oscar season as well, as most movies that are nominated for Oscars are usually released in the final two months of the calendar year. “Atonement”, directed by the man who […]

10 Spiritual Lessons from ‘The Golden Compass’

posted by mkress

Frequent Idol Chatter visitors are well aware of blogger Donna Freitas’ love for “The Golden Compass” and Philip Pullman. In several blog posts and a series of videos, she has articulated her belief–contrary to the outcries of many Christians angered […]

(Art) Houses of Worship

posted by Donna Freitas

This weekend the New York Times launched their Style Magazine “T” online and it’s pretty fantastic. Their theme for the holiday issue, interestingly enough, is “Art and Soul.” The articles include a gorgeous slideshow of photographs by Thomas Struth of […]

Spiritual Reads For the Season

posted by Douglas Howe

There are many of us in the faith-based world who enjoy movies, music and culture with an eye and ear towards spiritual matters. This holiday season, why not forego a movie or two and pick up one of a number […]

The LeeVees: How Do You Spell Channukkahh?

posted by mkress

Happy However-You-Spell-It to all who are celebrating it!

Could “Vacation” Be a Foreign Oscar Contender?

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

You may not have heard about “The Year My Parents Went on Vacation” yet, but you likely will. The film, which is billed as being in Portuguese, Yiddish and Hebrew (a bit of a misnomer since the Hebrew is all […]

Follow the Brick Road to Central City: ‘Tinman’ Revisits the Classic

posted by Esther Kustanowitz

Dateline: Kansas. DG lives with her family on a farm, wears a pinafore-style apron as her work uniform, wears her hair in ponytails and rides her (motor) bike. And there’s a storm coming. And that storm, in addition to being […]

The Catholic League on ‘Golden Compass': Why They’re Boycotting

posted by Idol Chatter

Here at Idol Chatter, and throughout the media, there has been a lot of discussion about the Catholic League’s call for Christians to boycott “The Golden Compass” and the accusation by BIll Donohue, the Catholic League’s president, that the story […]

Who Is Your Hero?

posted by dross

Now’s the time of year where many of us reflect upon the people who have made an impact in our lives throughout the past 12 months. Whether it’s a high profile celebrity who has brought a cause you believe in […]

‘BCS Selection Show’ More of a Sham Than a Show

posted by Douglas Howe

The most uninspiring show on television this weekend was the “BCS Selection Show” on Fox. No, I take it back. It was actually the most uninspiring show of the year. It wasn’t Fox’s fault. They just happened to be the […]

‘The Golden Compass': What Is Pullman’s Agenda?

posted by Idol Chatter

Guest blogger Tony Watkins is the author of “Dark Materials: Shedding Light on Philip Pullman’s Trilogy ‘His Dark Materials.’” This is the first of several blog posts he will be contributing to Idol Chatter about the controversy over the Dec. […]

‘Saving Grace,’ If She’ll Save Herself

posted by Paul O'Donnell

Remember those M*A*S*H* episodes where Hawkeye or Radar turned over his jeep or sits out a bombing raid in a hut with an old Korean couple, and the character spits out a monologue of self-revelation? I loved those stunts, and […]

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