Tag Archive: drama

Room: A Defining Landmark in Faith and Storytelling

Read this film review of “Room”, a movie that takes on dark themes in a way that still affirms the worth of all life and power of the human spirit.

The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved: Part 2

After Jesus is taken prisoner in the Garden of Gethsemane, the disciples John and Peter follow after him to see if they can find out what will befall their master.

For Those Who Believe: A Movie Review of “The Song of Bernadette”

Read this review of religious classic film “The Song of Bernadette”, which accurately and movingly depicts to the apparitions of Our Lady of Lourdes to St. Bernadette.

Love, Strength, and Dignity: The Many Faces of Jane Eyre

For St. Valentine’s Day, explore the various film adaptations of Charlotte Bronte’s classic tale of love and strength, “Jane Eyre”.

King and Priest and Sacrifice: “Seed of Adam”

Read about Charles’ Williams’ beautiful, powerful, confusing, and multi-layered Nativity Play called “Seed of Adam”.

Visions in the Streets: A Movie Review of “Don Bosco”

Don Bosco, a saintly Catholic priest and mystical visionary, dedicates his life to helping the underprivileged youth of Turin, Italy, in spite of opposition he faces from all sides.

Of Local Importance: A Movie Review of “The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain”

When English cartographer Reginald Ansen discovers that a certain Welsh “mountain” is actually a “hill”, sparks fly as the stalwart villagers determine to save the honor of their town!

Seeking the Elusive: A Movie Review of “The Scarlet Pimpernel”

Concealing his true identity beneath a façade of foppishness, an English gentleman rescues doomed French aristocrats from Madame Guillotine in revolutionary Paris!

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