How does your movie going stack up? Faith and film writer Edward McNulty lists and reviews his Top 10 movies of 2013. Click on the title to see the entire list.
The January issue is now available! We encourage readers to click on the “Subscribe to the Full Journal” link and start 2014 with this inspiring, monthly collection of study guides. January’s issue includes a guide to the 5-star Nebraska.
The new film about Nelson Mandela is a 4-star success because of Idris Elba’s performance. Click the title of the film, here, to read my entire review.
From the Coen brothers comes this marvelous film about the 1960s folk music scene. Find it and see it now, while the film still is in theaters. Click on the movie title to read my entire review.
This is the BEST Disney animated musical since “Beauty and the Beast”! Plus, it features a heroic young woman in the lead role. Go see it with your family! (CLICK on the title, here, to read my entire review.)
Based on a beloved novel, the story is set in Germany in WWII as a young girl must hide with foster parents when the Gestapo arrest her real parents. Click the movie title to read the whole review.
If you’ve never seen “Joyeux Noel,” then you’re in for a Christmas treat! A complete guide to the film is in my “Christmas Special Issue.” The film also is listed in my 10 Great Christmas movies on DVD in the new December issue of Visual Parables. Click “The Store: Visual Parables” link above.
I’m giving this second film in the Hunger Games series 4 out of 5 stars. Actress Jennifer Lawrence is impressive, giving us a Katniss who is a remarkable heroine. Click the film title to read the whole review.
We brought out of the archives our review of Shadowlands to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of this beloved writer. To enjoy it, click on the “Movie Reviews” link above.
The new issue of Visual Parables is packed with movie discussion guides—fun for individual reflection and terrific for starting a small group. Click on the link above, “The Store: Visual Parables Journal.” HOLIDAY TIP: A year’s subscription makes a great Christmas gift!