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Terrence Malick is not an easy filmmaker to wrap your head around. In a career spanning four decades, he’s only directed five films (for you those of you who aren’t math wizzes, that works out to a film every 8 […]

Hit LIKE above to spread the word to all your friends about the winner of American Idol! So who won American Idol? After montages and recaps and special performances galore (Tony Bennett, Tim McGraw, Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Carrie Underwood, and […]

Tintin is beloved worldwide and is almost as popular and iconic as Mickey Mouse. The creation of Belgian artist Hergé, Tintin first appeared in comic strip form in 1929. With more the 350 million copies of the books sold to […]

by Amy and Nancy Harrington, the Pop Culture Passionistas A little girl fulfills her dream to dance, stars stick it out for their charities and a pop star turns editor-in-chief. Here are this week’s most inspirational pop culture moments. ‘Dancing […]

Pirate rockstar Jack Sparrow is back in theaters today with Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. In fact, the rest of Hollywood is so terrified of it that it is the ONLY movie opening in theaters today. The question […]

Yes, you read that right. We have a shiny, 64 GB white iPad2 to giveaway to one lucky Beliefnet reader (oh goodness, it’s so shiny… it’s practically blinding me from across the office with its magnificence). This is one of […]

We’re attempting to select the 100 most inspirational films of all time and we need your help! What films have made you want to become a better person? What films have given you hope? What films simply put a smile […]

by the Pop Culture Passionistas A sitcom teen keeps her good deeds on the down low, a major mogul goes green and a DIY star lends a hand to build habitats. Here are this week’s most inspirational pop culture moments. […]

NOTE: We’re currently giving away 10 pairs of tickets to see There Be Dragons. Go here for details. Director Roland Joffé has never shied away from overtly religious themes in his films. “The Mission,” his Oscar-winning 1986 film about a Jesuit mission […]

Congratulations to Michelle S., Kelly C., Van K., Pat M., Sara D., Sara C., and ‘Ife C., winners of free tickets to see “There Be Dragons.” Keep your eyes peeled for our next giveaway! I love director Roland Joffé (go […]

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