Tag Archive: drama

Mirror, Mirror, in the Wood: A Review of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Read this erudite analysis of William Shakespeare’s timeless play, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, and learn how the farces and follies of the story-line actually hold meaning that parallels the chaos and irrationality of our own world.

Sword and Sandal: A Bible Movie Montage

Explore these epic Biblical-era films and be inspired in your Lenten spiritual journey!

The Case for Jo Laurence: An Analysis of the Relationships in “Little Women”

10 reasons why Jo March and ‘Laurie’ Laurence should have ended up together in “Little Women.”

Silence Louder Than Words: A Movie Review of “A Man for All Seasons”

When King Henry VIII declares himself Head of the Church in England, his devoutly Catholic chancellor Sir Thomas More refuses to acknowledge the title, which leads to his martyrdom.

Every Life is Wonderful: A Review of the Classic Christmas Season Film “It’s A Wonderful Life”

Relive the best moments from one of America’s most beloved films, “It’s A Wonderful Life.”

Bringing Sight to the Blind: A Movie Review of “Amazing Grace”

Discover the deeply moving story of William Wilberforce, a young politician who stood out in the 18th century British parliament and championed the abolition the British Slave Trade.

Bound by a Seal: A Movie Review of “I Confess”

Fr. Logan, a young Catholic priest, finds himself caught between two impossible choices: saving his own life and reputation, or breaking the sacred Seal of Confession.

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