Emily Whitten

Emily reviews books and movies for WORLD and is a contributor at RedeemedReader.com. She homeschools her two children and sees books through the eyes of a mother.


Conscience killer?

Movie | <em>The Hunger Games</em> is a compelling story that can sensitize or desensitize teens to darkness
by Emily Whitten
Posted 3/26/12, 05:21 am

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Universal Pictures

Branching out

Movie | <em>The Lorax</em> proves to be a bonanza at the box office, and for liberal groups wanting to indoctrinate children
by Emily Whitten
Posted 3/12/12, 02:36 am

On Friday, March 2, Universal Pictures released The Lorax, a movie version of the Dr. Seuss book, and it promptly raked in $70 million. That's the strongest opening of any film this year, more than tripling its closest competition for the weekend.

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Relativity Media

Act of Valor

Movie | First of several upcoming films that will focus on honoring the troops
by Emily Whitten
Posted 2/27/12, 01:03 am

With a number of recent war films (Green Zone and Tom Cruise's Lions for Lambs) disappointing at the box office, some movie moguls have gotten the message: Americans are tired of seeing our military put on trial.

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