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“Unsung Hero” is a family biopic you won’t want to miss

This faith-centred biopic chronicles the true story of the Smallgood's fall and rise with the message when we stand united in faith and love as a family, everything is possible.

Exorcist sequel is a syncretist, chaotic and dangerously misguided spiritual free-for-all

Although the horror sequel The Exorcist: Believer (Universal) gets off to a reasonably promising start, it degenerates quickly. In fact, it ends up being a muddle both dramatically and, more significantly, in its treatment of religion.

Barbenheimer Review: How our ‘toys’ enslaved us

What does Greta Gerwig's plastic fantastic feminist creation mythos have to do with Christopher Nolan's three-hour meditation on the atom bomb?

Shazam! Fury of the Gods Review: Overpowered, underwritten but fun in...

Over the last decade of DC and Marvel films, both franchises have struggled to find a solution to the overpowered protagonist problem. When characters like...

RRR Review: Compelling tale is a triumph for Tollywood

After yet another box office smash, Indian filmmaker S. S. Rajamouli is showing the world that audiences want less Hollywood and more Tollywood -...

The Terminal List Review: Series highlights war’s costly price

The Terminal List MOVIE REVIEW Spearheaded by leading Hollywood actor Chris Pratt, as a tribute to those who gave their lives in service to their country,...

Movie Review: DB Cooper: Where are you?

The man who jumped out Over the past 50 years, D.B. Cooper has become one of the most famous aliases in history - even in...

Nope Review: Challenging – and disturbing

By Chris Byrd After a grim quotation from the prophet Nahum, the opening scene of Nope, writer-director Jordon Peele’s menacing sci-fi horror film sets the...

Cruella Review: A glossy romp, but maybe not for kids

Adults who want nothing more than to watch two gifted actresses camp it up will likely be satisfied with director Craig Gillespie’s glossy romp...

The Mitchells vs. the Machine Review: A Dad and Daughter’s...

Innovative producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller unleash nothing less than a robot apocalypse in the animated comedy The Mitchells vs. the Machines (Netflix). Fortunately,...

The Grizzlies: Story of salvation through sport will inspire

To be in the running to WIN 1 of 5 double passes to see The Grizzlies like the Catholic Weekly Facebook Page. Leave a...

COBRA Review: Tough, raw, gritty drama

The binge-worthy political drama COBRA has nothing to do with snakes. Rather, COBRA is an acronym for “Cabinet Office Briefing Room A,” the subterranean command...
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