The true story of Senate Investigator Daniel Jones’ uncovering of the CIA’s torturing of suspected terrorists caught after 9/11 & the attempt to cover it up.
The true story how in Mumbai the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel’s staff helped save many of its guests from Muslim terrorists.
A team of British, American, & Kenyan soldiers & politicians debate whether to launch a missile strike against terrorist that might kill also a nearby girl.
This inspiring film about Nobel Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai, opens across US on October 2. (5 stars) Click the image to read my entire review.
This pairing of Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Scharzenegger centers on how they will break out of an escape proof CIA prison headed by a sadistic warden.
Each month, I post a series of very short film reviews—focusing mainly on films that will be fully reviewed in Visual Parables Journal. This capsule-sized feature was started several years ago as a service for clergy, newsletter editors and teachers to alert them to films worth seeing (or, in some cases, as a warning of …
A powerfulm by a French-Lebanese filmmaker about an Arab-Israeli doctor shocked to discover that his wife is the suicide bomber who killed 17 people, many of them children, in a Tel Aviv café. Most of the film consists of his physical and spiritual journey to try to find out why such a loving person as his wife committed such a terrible deed.