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Bob Brown

Bob is a movie reviewer for WORLD. He is a World Journalism Institute graduate and works as a math professor. Bob resides with his wife, Lisa, and five kids in Bel Air, Md.

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Articles by Bob Brown
Singing hard songs

Singing hard songs

In Yellow Rose, an immigrant discovers hope amid adversity, but God seems far from her mind

In The Keeper, celebrity status earns a free pass for a former enemy

New film Heaven offers hope for the sorrowful but includes artistic and theological distractions

Former social media execs decry Big Data


Messy audio mix, nebulous plot make the sci-fi thriller a laborious big-screen event

In His Image refutes transgender ideology—and tells of the hope provided by Christ

Film explores some iffy elixirs

Matter-of-fact interviews and gritty details push against Hollywood distortions

The film has some surprises but is too unstable

Compelling Netflix drama tells the stories of asylum-seekers in Australia from different perspectives