Bryan Stone's Faith and Film (2000) is a study of the Apostle's Creed with film. Each line of the creed discusses a different film(s). Stone demonstrates how the different films can illuminate, or not, Christian theology; that is, he doesn't seek to accomodate theology to film, but instead create a dialogue.
'I believe' = Contact
'God, the Father Almighty' = Oh God!
'Creator of heaven and earth' = 2001: A Space Odyssey
'Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord' = Jesus of Montreal
'Suffered under Pontius Pilate' = Romero
'Was crucified, died, and was buried. He descended to the dead' = One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
'Will come again to judge the living and the dead' = Flatliners
'I believe in the Holy Spirit' = Star Wars
'The holy catholic church' = The Mission
'The communion of the saints' = Babette's Feast
'The forgiveness of sins' = Dead Man Walking
'The resurrection of the body and the life everlasting' = The Shawshank Redemption
Over a decade on, I wonder what other films might now be equally as helpful or interesting in thinking through the Christian faith with film. I'd like to think there might be better films than Flatliners or Star Wars.