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This film’s modern take on ‘Mary Magdalene’ will disappoint devotees of this great saint

By trying to give Mary Magdalene an appeal to a certain modern mindset, the film robs her story of all the elements that have made it timeless.

Why ‘The Best of Enemies’ might surprise you

One of many recent movies about racial injustice, this latest flick has a lot going for it.

Pro-life film ‘Unplanned’ is a box office surprise

The movie about a former abortion worker turned pro-life advocate does well in its second week

The Catholic imagery of ‘The Godfather” trilogy

Sin and redemption are at the heart of Mario Puzo’s book and Francis Ford Coppola’s film adaptation.

‘Shazam!’: The superhero movie that got religion

The whole premise of the movie is pure homily fodder.

“Spiritual warfare”: When a pro-life film is bedeviled

The cast and crew of the upcoming film 'Unplanned' were plagued by accidents when off set.

What ‘Captain Marvel’ gets right—and wrong—about being a strong woman

Supporting women means acknowledging one of the most heroic choices they can make.

‘They Shall Not Grow Old,’ a time machine back to the horrors of WWI

As the grainy, herky-jerky historical images begin their transformation, it is akin to being physically transported back in time to join these men in the mud.

Why you need to watch ‘Groundhog Day’ … again

Sermons, lectures and philosophical treatises have been devoted to the movie.

A Tolkein biopic is on its way, coming this May

The film will follow the early years of the author of 'The Hobbit' and 'The Lord of the Rings.'

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