A live-action adaptation of One Piece, one of the biggest anime series of all time, recently came to Netflix. Long-time fan of series, Sean, reflects on why the anime is so beloved and how it might inspire us to more passionately pursue our dreams.
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The third and final season of Derry Girls brings more of the same comedy that we’ve come to expect, while showing more of the conflict present in Ireland at the time. As we look at conflicts in the present, maybe this show can help us find hope in troubled times.
Watching Emmy-nominee Euphoria, José found himself ruminating on the work of an influential philosopher. Decades ago, he diagnosed the problems facing Zendaya’s character and others.
Unlike the dismal tone that dominates most gritty television these days, Noah found in Emmy-nominee Ted Lasso a virtue in short supply: hope.
Michael Pollan’s Netflix docuseries is part of a new wave of research that pushes our Church to ask hard questions.
It’s easy to get frustrated when you aren’t good at something right away, Bob Ross taught us all that there’s no other way to greatness but through a million happy accidents.
The tournament in “Shaman King,” a new anime series, is all about having your wish granted. The protagonist of the series teaches us something surprising about our faith when you look at how he treats his opponents.
How do we respond when we don’t measure up to our own ideals or those placed on us by others? Tucker Redding, SJ, reflects on the latest Marvel TV series, Loki, and how we can find our own sense of glorious purpose.
With movies and the theater experience vastly declining amid a global pandemic, Dan Dixon SJ considers whether the Oscars still matter to us.
Oscar nominee “Nomadland” uses van-dwellers to give us an honest view of what it’s like to carry around grief and loss. It also provides a good reminder in this Easter season that grief and loss are not the end of the story.