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Movie Review: ‘Cinderella’


“Midnight is just the beginning.” Director Sir Kenneth Branagh crafts an amazing, expansive fairytale film with a quality crew and cast including a star making role by Lily James (TV’s Downton Abbey), and featuring Oscar-winning Cate Blanchett as the infamous stepmother (Lady Tremane). James holds her own with Blanchett as their relationship anchors the film, yielding real emotional responses without ... Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Song’


The Song rings true, and directs our hearts toward God. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘St. Vincent’


Everyone fumbles through life to some extent, and by end of St. Vincent, audiences will experience a unique combination of hope, honesty, and love. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘John Wick’


Leitch and Stahelski have a great career ahead of them as a directing-producing team. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Giver’


Based on Lois Lowry's classic YA novel, 'The Giver' is a beautifully shot, well acted film starring Jeff Bridges. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’


Audiences quickly will get “hooked on a feeling” because this movie succeeds with an instantly iconic look and design. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’


Wise moviegoers saved their money over July Fourth weekend for this thought provoking film directed by Matt Reeves. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Junction’


A tight, tense thriller bogged down by a muddled ending. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Jewish Cardinal’

L to R: Aurole Rondieg and Laurant Lucas in The Jewish Cardinal

The filmmakers relay the account of Aaron Jean-Marie Lustiger, Archbishop of Paris, with grace, reinforcing Lustiger's vision of reconciliation between the faiths in harmony and ecumenism. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Kill Your Darlings’

William S. Burroughs (Ben Foster), Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe), Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan) in the library watching for the results of an amazing prank.

The Beats were conceived in an evolutionary, revolutionary derangement of the senses. Read More »