The movie about Emily Dickinson is terrific. Click on the image to read my entire review.
A musical retelling of Christ’s Passion from the viewpoint of Judas that has more anachronisms than the 1973 version–and more energy.
A fictionalized account of the 1938 Munich Treaty signing raises what if? questions & reassess PM Neville Chamberlain’s legacy.
Filmed version of play describing the generous welcome the villagers of Gander Newfoundland gave to stranded passengers by 9/11.
This TV film focuses on the heroic 2 years that Black Abolitionist Charlotte Forten spent teaching ex-slaves at Port Royal during the Civil War.
Emily Dickinson emerges as a young woman & poet who loves best friend Sue & struggles against her mother who wants her to marry & her father who is against her poems being published.
Our new week of Lenten reflections on faith and film focus on stories about mothers. Click on the title of this week’s collection to read all seven reflections.
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.
Sam, daughter of a famous scientist, has stayed behind when almost everyone else fled to Io because of pollution, when she is visited by Micah who wants her & her father to leave.
Every American should see this movie. Click the title to read my entire review.