movie review


The Darkest Hour – “Glorifying” War?

by Rachel MacNair All posts represent only the opinion of their authors. We pride ourselves on presenting a diversity of views, and opinions about movies are something people will have wide differences on. This is my own opinion – and only my current opinion at that, easily changed.     I recently wrote in Peace…


Three Nonviolent Lessons from Doctor Who

By Andrew Hocking of asyourpoetshavesaid.com     Andrew Hocking writes about spirituality in movies, TV, and books, frequently discussing politics and occasionally Doctor Who.       While television, and especially science fiction, typically glamorizes violence as a solution to problems, the titular Doctor in Doctor Who continually seeks peaceful resolutions and guides others to…


Hollywood Movie Insights

Now that the Golden Globes have passed and the Oscars are coming up, we’ll comment on past Hollywood movies from a consistent-life point of view. The Giver, 2014 This movie is based on a book for young people by Lois Lowry that sold over 10 million copies, so the story has huge appeal. Prolife commentators…


Movie Review: Mothers and Daughters

by Mary Bennett Mothers and Daughters boasts an impressive ensemble of stars, including Susan Sarandon, Sharon Stone, Christina Ricci, Courtney Cox, Mira Sovino, and Selma Blair. It features interconnected stories based on the theme of motherhood – complete with the trials, heartache, and rich reward that accompany it. Rigby Gray (Selma Blair) is a photographer…