Wendy is an imaginative and, I think, moving rumination on youth and age, dreams and grief.
The Banker offers respect for capitalism, a social conscience and a sense of fun—not a combination you find often.
This horror/comedy/fantasy mash-up tries to make light of Satan worship and spiritual hauntings.
This movie delves deeply into the true wages of sin—what it costs the sinner, and what it costs those impacted …
Minor issues don’t detract too much from this sweet story’s emphasis on the power of perseverance and hope.
The Islands chronicles a chapter of history about a group of missionaries who brought the Gospel of Christ to Hawaii.
The Two Popes proves that you don’t need to embrace egregious content to craft a thoughtful and engaging film.
Grace is found here. But for our purposes, it’s bought with a price.
The Good Liar isn’t great. In fact, it has more cutting edges and caustic bits than you would expect, or …
This period piece focuses on Rani Lakshmibai, a brave Indian queen willing to sacrifice all for her people.