Stuart Dunn reviews new DVDs from Ignatius Press: one, a play based on the life of St. Albert Chmielowski and the other, a DVD set exploring the Shroud of Turin.
Browsing: Movie Reviews
Stephanie Stovall, a Beauty and the Beast fangirl, previewed Disney’s newest live-action film to decide whether she should take her kids to see it. What’s her take on this remake?
St. Patrick’s remarkable life is now being told in The Trials of Saint Patrick, an eight-part audio dramatization produced by Augustine Institute Radio Theatre (AIR Theatre) about his holiness and dedication to the people of Ireland.
Lisa Hendey shares an interview conversation with Fr. David Guffey, C.S.C. about the film THE SHACK, opening nationwide in theaters today.
Bitter Harvest’s beauty lies in its message of the power of faith and truth to bring us home. Erin McCole Cupp reviews this new film.
One of the Bible’s biggest stories comes to life in Sight & Sound’s JONAH: On Stage! This special one-night event will be in select cinemas on Tuesday, May 2 only.
Catherine Baugh recommends National Geographic’s “The Story of God,” noting that we need more programs to bring people to the water coolers and talk about God.
Bishop Barron evaluates the Netflix series “The Crown”: nothing can be permitted to violate the God-given moral values upon which a society is rightly constructed.
Lisa Hendey shares why she’ll be watching Season Two of “The Story of God with Morgan Freeman”, debuting tonight on National Geographic Channel.
Bishop Robert Barron reviews the film “Doctor Strange,” concluding that as does “Star Wars,” which also features a young man going through a needed apprenticeship, this movie initiates us into a fundamentally Gnostic space, a realm of spiritual powers, both good and evil, engaged in a relentless and never-ending struggle.