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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...

Infidel Review: Agenda a bit too obvious

Though it claims to be based on true events, the political thriller Infidel might as well have a soundtrack of axes being ground. In dealing...

Mulan: Girl is best man in the army

The early medieval Ballad of Mulan tells of the exploits of a heroine who, disguised as a man, distinguished herself as a warrior. In 1998,...

The 24th Review: Worst of US culture is brought to life

The historical drama, The 24th is the rare production of its kind that plays out like a horror film. The story succeeds best in...

Bill and Ted Review: Middle age no barrier to dudes

Remember Bill & Ted? Way back in 1989, they had an Excellent Adventure while two years later they experienced a Bogus Journey. Nearly three decades...

The Secret Garden review: Reimagined classic is a win

The Secret Garden (STX) is the fourth film adaptation of the beloved 1911 children’s novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924). It joins such recent films...

Boys State: Glimpse of a bigger picture

Thanks to Spencer Tracy and Mickey Rooney, many know about Boys Town. But Boys State (A24/Apple)? That’s the name of an annual week-long gathering, sponsored...
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Former Prime Minister John Howard has written he “never believed” the charges against Cardinal Pell in the foreword to a new book by Sydney...

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