Tag Archive: movie reviews

John Williams: My Five Top Themes

Read this list of all-time classic movie score compositions by John Williams, including pieces from “Star Wars”, “Indiana Jones”, and “Harry Potter.”


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”.

Look Closer: Catholicity in the Entertainment Industry

In this article, the subject of Catholicity in art (and especially the entertainment industry) is explored, proposing that we must look closer in order to find the elements of truth still present in modern productions.

Why Do You Love Me?: A Movie Review of “A Time to Remember”

Read this review of the heart-warming holiday classic “A Time to Remember”, about an Italian-American boy whose dream is to be singer, in spite of his father’s opposition.

Frightfully Fun: An Assortment of Classic Halloween Movies

While munching on snickers and star bursts, kick back and watch these spooky classics for your Halloween revels!

I Am a Jedi: Luke Skywalker’s Journey of the Soul

In the original Star Wars trilogy, Luke Skywalker goes on a spiritual journey that ultimately leads to the acceptance of his Jedi heritage and redemption of his father.

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.