Tag Archive: movies

Faith and Fantasy: Tolkien the Catholic, The Lord of the Rings, and Peter Jackson’s Film Trilogy

“The Lord of the Rings film trilogy is an extraordinary cinematic tribute to a great work of Catholic imagination…”

Cycles of Magic: A Fantasy and Science Fiction Media Montage

“I read LOTR first, and what leapt out to me was how vibrant and real this world was that Tolkien had created. He spun tales of elves, men, women, and hobbits, weaving it all into a backdrop that felt ancient with whispers of an age long gone…”

Faith Flicks: Sources of Inspiration or Despair?

Why are so many faith-based movies so empty? And is there any hope for those of us dying to see a quality one? Read and find out!

Why Do We Always Like the Bad Guys?: An Analysis of Memorable Villains

Read this analysis of why we often find ourselves sympathizing with the villains in fandom franchises, such as Darth Vader in Star Wars and Loki in the Marvel Universe.

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.

A Movie Fan’s Dream

Enjoy this whimsical short story recounting an avid movie fan’s dream featuring colorful characters from Reepicheep of Narnia to Dorothy of Oz!

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.

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