Parents trolling for family fare at the multiplex need look no further than "Trolls" (Fox)
What Tilda Swinton can conceive, Benedict Cumberbatch can achieve in "Doctor Strange" (Disney).
Sister Rose Pacatte, FSP, reviews the films Deepwater Horizon, Sully, and The Light Between Oceans.
Nat Turner's Rebellion, an 1831 insurrection among the enslaved people of Southampton County, Virginia, represented the most serious challenge of its kind ever posed to slavery in the antebellum South.
Director Tim Burton is on his home turf with the gothic fantasy "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children" (Fox).
A chivalrous parable that showcases self-sacrificing heroism, "The Magnificent Seven" (Columbia) can be read as illustrating, in microcosm, Catholic theology's theory of a just war.
Sister Rose Pacatte, FSP, reviews the films Queen of Katwe, The Little Prince, and Sky Ladder: The Art of Cai Guo-Qiang.
Typically, romantic comedies do not revolve around characters our youth-crazed culture tends to dismiss as middle-aged. "Bridget Jones's Baby" (Universal) is a charming exception.
Turning the 1999 ultra-low-budget "The Blair Witch Project" into a franchise has meant turning the saga into a conventional slasher film with little suspense and predictable setups.
Sister Rose Pacatte, FSP, reviews the films Gleason, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, and Fatima.