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Marty VanDriel

Marty VanDriel

Marty is a TV and film critic for WORLD. He is a graduate of World Journalism Institute and CEO of a custom truck and trailer building company. He and his wife, Faith, reside in Lynden, Wash., near children and grandchildren.

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Rally Caps

MOVIE | Family film follows a ragtag baseball team through the ups and downs of sports camp

MOVIE | In a heartfelt film with amateurish charm, a veteran hikes the Appalachian Trail to honor service members lost to suicide

MOVIE | Latino boys in 1950s Texas learn to “play the ball where it lies”

MOVIE | A boy with irrational fears takes a journey with fantastical but friendly nighttime beings


MOVIE | Netflix’s gorgeously shot heist film relies on clichés and a predictable plot

MOVIE | Great singing doesn’t drown out the historical inaccuracies and irreverent humor in this Christmas musical

TELEVISION | Sitcom reboot has funny moments but carries the unwholesome ethos of the original

MOVIE | Biopic tells Phil Robertson’s prodigal story in honest, gospel-centered strokes

MOVIE | A poignant and beautifully shot film plumbs the depths of complex human relationships

MOVIE | Pure Flix’s enjoyable drama shows the beauty of Taiwan, but its message falls short