Voices
John Anderson is a television critic for The Wall Street Journal and a contributor to The New York Times.
Film
John AndersonOctober 08, 2012

Paul Thomas Anderson's  'The Master'

Film
John AndersonSeptember 24, 2012

The documentary 'Tears of Gaza' casts a cold eye on a brutal conflict.

Television
John AndersonMarch 12, 2012
John Anderson on the second season of PBS's 'Downton Abbey'
Film
John AndersonJanuary 16, 2012

In 2011, a surprising number of films had genuine spiritual intentions.

Film
John AndersonJune 06, 2011
In Terence Malick's "The Tree of Life," life is all about choosing between the way of nature and the way of grace.
Film
John AndersonFebruary 21, 2011

"Of Gods and Men' is a Passion play of a very modern sort.

Film
John AndersonJanuary 03, 2011

We watch movies to see ourselves disguised as others, made better by others.

Film
John AndersonOctober 18, 2010

'Vision,' Margarethe von Trotta's study of Hildegard of Bingen, is both a film and a moral lesson.

Film
John AndersonJuly 19, 2010

In 'Toy Story 3' the ostensibly inanimate objects are far more animated than most movie stars.

Film
John AndersonJune 07, 2010

'Robin Hood' may not be any fun, but it certainly has its political instincts in the proper place.