Don’t let Mel Gibson’s past behavior keep you from seeing this amazing film about WWII hero Desmond Doss. Click the image to read my entire review.
The November 2016 issue of Visual Parables features reviews on Hacksaw Ridge, Queen of Katwe, Birth of a Nation, 13th, The People vs. Fritz Bauer, American Money, Denial, Max Rose, The Accountant, Middle School: Worst Years, Miss Hokusai, The Dressmaker, and more.
After Thanos’s victory, the Avengers still alive gather & figure out how they can defeat him.
Our new week of Lenten reflections on faith and film is ready now. Click on the title of this week’s collection to read all seven reflections.
LENTEN REFLECTIONS (WEEK 2) offers seven faith-and-film ideas, including Babe, Grand Canyon and Quiz Show. Click the title here to read my entire column for Week 2.
Courtesy of the Presbyterian News Service Each year the Academy for Motion Pictures and Sciences nominates five to ten films for the “Best Picture” category. I wish that it were a full ten this year, with the addition of Martin Scorcese’s haunting Silence rounding out the number. This well-filmed story, based on the terrible persecution …
The true story of Desmond Doss a conscientious objector awarded a Cong. Medal of Honor for bravely saving the lives of at least 75 men is told via interviews & combat footage of the Battle of Okinawa,