Fr. Robert Barron on World War Z

Fr. Robert Barron on World War Z July 13, 2013

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  • Marthe Lépine

    I found Fr. Barron’s comments very interesting, although I am unlikely to see the movie. But a few hours ago it occurred to me to check what the movie review by Catholic News Service and the former Office for Film and
    Broadcasting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops ( had to say about that same movie, and was quite surprised, since they have not been able to find anything good about the movie…

    • Mark S. (not for Shea)

      I read that too. As a review, it left me wanting. It was little more than a snarky plot summary followed by a warning against “naughty” bits. Hardly a thoughtful review.

  • Dr. Eric

    I liked it better when it starred Charleton Heston.

    • Newp Ort

      No way, not the same at all aside from being in the general category of apocalyptic sci/fi