A small college philosophy professor, despairing that life has no purpose even though a female prof & an adoring student bed with him, finds meaning in murdering an allegedly evil man, thus improving the world.
Inside this issue: Straight Outta Compton, Kahil Gibran’s The Prophet, Jimmy’s Hall, Phoenix, The End of the Tour, Gemma Bovery, Amy, and more.
Young Bobby visits his big time agent Uncle Phil, finding work but when he is disappointed in love, he returns to New York to become a successful managerof the night club owned by his gangster older brother.
Click onto the title to see the full review. The Stanford Prison Experiment Rated R. Matthew 7:12; Romans 7:14-15 This fact-based cautionary tale of a psychological experiment gone awry turns out to be as thrilling and as horrifying as most supernatural horror films. In the summer of 1971 the Navy commissioned the head of Stamford …
An African boy adopted by white parents wins wide respect at high school, but his black teacher suspects he plans violence when she reads his essay.
A dedicated black teacher, suspicious of her star black pupil, brings his white parents into her plan to prevent any violence at the school, thus raising unsettling questions.
Our new week of Lenten reflections on faith and film focus on stories about fathers in movies and in scripture. Click on the title of this week’s collection, here.
A remarkable drama about the legacy of World War I. Click the image to read my entire review.
A close encounter with small alien ships leaves a man obsessed with the image of a tall flat topped object. Discovering it’s Devil’s Tower, he travels West & encounters the mother ship.
Five Hungarian Jews, survivors of the Nazi Holocaust share their stories.