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.
The newest pixar movie, Soul, raises the question about each person’s purpose. It deals especially with the question many of us ask ourselves, “what if I choose the wrong thing?”
The Broadway sensation, Hamilton, provides an intimate portrait of forgiveness in the life of Alexander Hamilton.
Films about the life of Christ can help us deepen our relationship with Jesus. Four Jesuits pick four different movies on the life of Jesus and reflect on how these selections help them draw closer to Christ.
What does love even mean anymore? To All the Boys P.S. I Still Love You teaches us more about love than we think.
Oscar Best Picture nominee “1917” depicts two young men facing the brutalities of World War I. In the midst of that horrible reality, they become brothers.
What happens when wealth and social status supplant love as the source of our dignity? “Parasite,” An Oscar Best Picture-nominated film from South Korea, shows us to frightening effect.
The new Joker has sparked controversy for its portrayal mental illness and violence. But it forces the question, does our culture foster the same indifference to the poor and suffering?
The Lion King demonstrates that justice will never last if we only rely on the good king to save us.
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