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‘Love Finds You in Valentine’ just in time for Valentines Day

 Kennedy Blaine (Michaela McManus) is 25 years old and about to take the California Bar Exam, when she inherits a ranch in rural Nebraska. Part of the stipulation of the will is that she visit the ranch before she sells it, which everyone expects her to do, including the ranch’s long-time accountant. Her mother had eloped with her father years before and Gabriel Morgan (Ed Asner) has never forgiven his daughter, even though she is now deceased.  Gabriel treats his granddaughter Kennedy r … [Read More...]

YoungMessiah

“Jesus and the Bullies” Sr. Rose talks about the new film “The Young Messiah”

The Young Messiah is a new film directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh and co-written by Betsy Giffen Nowrasteh and Nowrasteh. It's based on the Anne Rice novel "Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt."   Adam Greaves-Neal, Sean Bean, David Bradley, Lee Boardman, Jonathan Bailey, and David Burke all star in the film and I was lucky enough to visit the set at CineCitta' in Rome in November 2014 during the filming.This is the story about the first seven years of Jesus' life, from the flight into Egypt to the Holy … [Read More...]

‘The Choice’ film is a positive contribution to the culture

One summer in Georgia coastal Low Country, a young medical resident, Gabby Holland (Teresa Palmer), rents a house next to Travis Parker (Benjamin Walker) who parties late and loud and seems to have girls coming and going. Gabby wants to study and is not impressed; irritated by all the noise, she … [Read More...]

“No Más Bebés” (no more babies) a must-see in an election year

"No Más Bebés" (no more babies) tells a little-known but powerful story about a group of Latina women who banned together in a class-action lawsuit in 1975, Madrigal v. Quilligan, over their forced sterilizations at the Los Angeles County General Hospital in the 1960s and '70s. It airs Feb. 1 on P … [Read More...]

“Brooklyn” – An immigrant’s journey

It is the early 1950s. Eilis (Saoirse Ronan) is leaving her home in Ireland because her sister, Rose (Fiona Glascott), asks a priest to find Eilis work in New York. Rose knows that their widowed mother is manipulative and needy, and she wants more for her little sister than working at the local … [Read More...]

“Concussion” rethinking football

Based on true events, Nigerian-born Dr. Bennet Omalu (Will Smith) is a university researcher and forensic pathologist in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. When former Steelers great Mike Webster (David Morse) develops dementia and dies, homeless, in 2002, Omalu discovers through brain-tissue analysis that … [Read More...]

‘The Finest Hours’ shows off US Coast Guard’s most daring rescue in true form

 On Feb. 18, 1952, a mighty nor'easter struck the New England coast. As distress signals went out from ships caught in the storm, almost all of the Coast Guard's resources were sent to save the crew on the tanker, the USS Mercer. When a weak signal was received by Chief Warrant Officer … [Read More...]

Reflections for a Laudato Si’ Film Festival

 "Have you ever wondered what would happen, if all the geniuses, the artists, the scientists, the smartest, most creative people in the world decided to actually change it?" —"Tomorrowland"In last summer's dystopian blockbuster "Mad Max: Fury Road" the character Nux exclaims, "We are n … [Read More...]

‘The Revenant’ intense, gory saga of love and revenge

 Water, breath, fire, wind. Ice, snow, cold, wet. Pain and more pain. Violence, so much violence. Heartbreak, loneliness. Beauty and cruelty. Betrayal and treachery. Death, so much death. Whispers from beyond yet near and signs of hope. Body and soul, love and sacrifice. The natural and … [Read More...]

‘Ricki and the Flash’ fails to sparkle

So two of my sisters went to a Rick Springfield concert last week in Reno and since I am still on vacation with one of my sisters we watched "Ricki and the Flash" starring Rick Springfield this past weekend.I really did want to see it when it was in theaters but was not able to. Now I was happy … [Read More...]


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