Tag Archive: movie reviews

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!

Soaring and Epic: Magical Movie Scores to Inspire the Imagination

Mary Faustina outlines some of her favorite epic film scores from composers Harry Gregson Williams, Howard Shore, and Hans Zimmer.

Doctor Calls and Dark Crystals: An Eclectic Film and Television Sampler

A list of films and television series that might not have made a big splash in the public consciousness, but showed special care in storytelling, character, or historical significance.

Anyone: A Fan’s Review of the Classic Television Series “Emergency!”

Discover the episode when Emergency! proved it had more to offer than just well-crafted humor, characters, and drama. It had courage.

Star Wars: Character Injustice

If you find you have a lack of appreciation for any of the following Star Wars characters, read on and remind yourself, for all their lack of dazzle or surplus of annoying attributes, they deserve at least your grudging respect!

The Song of a Grasshopper: The Spiritual Wisdoms of the Classic Television Series “Kung Fu”

Discover the 70’s series known as “Kung Fu” that struck an intricate balance of elements and produced a wonderfully different type of hero in Kwai Chang Caine . . .

Freedom: A Catholic Analysis of the Trials and Triumphs of William Wallace in “Braveheart”

Discover how the film “Braveheart” exemplifies the Catholic theological meaning of freedom.

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