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Steven D. Greydanus
Thanks to this joyous, inventive sequel, 2018 is already a better year for American family audiences than 2017.
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Steven D. Greydanus
‘Truly catholic taste’: Hollywood floundered in 2017, but from Romania to Mongolia, from Philadelphia to beyond the solar system, great movies took discerning viewers everywhere.
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Steven D. Greydanus
‘The Force Awakens’ offered humor, excitement and spectacle, with space battles and lightsaber duels. ‘The Last Jedi’ does the same — as well as bringing fresh story beats and new ideas.
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Steven D. Greydanus
Pixar’s first film with a nonwhite cast is visually spectacular and has some charm and heart, but the story is too familiar — and there’s a grave problem.
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Steven D. Greydanus
The World War II-era drama is not only Christopher Nolan’s best film, but it also serves as an antithesis — even an antidote — to all the others.
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Steven D. Greydanus
The big-screen version of Lee Strobel’s best-selling conversion story makes the case for Jesus’ resurrection — and perhaps the future of faith-based films.
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Steven D. Greydanus
One last time, Hugh Jackman is Wolverine — but by the time the movie is over, viewers might feel as battered as the hero.
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Steven D. Greydanus
ON FILM: Martin Scorsese’s long-awaited adaptation has received mixed reception among Christians.
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Steven D. Greydanus
There was rich and rewarding fare on movie screens in 2016 — if you knew where to look.
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Steven D. Greydanus
At long last Martin Scorsese brings Japanese Catholic novelist Shusaku Endo’s masterpiece about the persecution of Japanese Christians to the screen. It was worth the wait.
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Steven D. Greydanus
When is a Star Wars movie not a Star Wars movie?
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K.V. Turley
Last month, Deacon Steven D. Greydanus was welcomed as a member of the New York Film Critics Circle.
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Steven D. Greydanus
FILM: DC Comics’ biggest heroes are together on the big screen at last, but the woes that have dogged this franchise haven’t been ironed out.
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Steven D. Greydanus
The director of a new animated film about the birth of Jesus talks about the challenges of bringing the first act of the Gospel story to the screen.
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Steven D. Greydanus
An infusion of Guardians-style whimsy makes Thor’s third outing more fun, but leaves the Marvel universe hollower than ever.
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Steven D. Greydanus
The documentary Human Flow tackles the global crisis.
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Steven D. Greydanus
COMMENTARY: Star Trek: Discovery and the Trek Franchise’s Complicated Relationship With Religion
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Steven D. Greydanus
Who is responsible when a stranger dies and no one seems to know or care? Everyone, according to the Dardennes’ latest morally charged social parable.
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Steven D. Greydanus
A Yiddish-language indie offers a rare glimpse into the hidden world of Brooklyn’s Hasidic community, and a bungling widower’s attempts to be the father his son needs.
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Steven D. Greydanus
John Corbett stars in a remarkable faith-based film, based on a true story, about a dying Tennessee church transformed by an encounter with refugees.
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Steven D. Greydanus
The summer’s best, most morally resonant popcorn blockbuster is a downbeat prison escape movie about the end of human civilization.
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Steven D. Greydanus
Marvel’s most iconic star comes home in deliberately low-key style in a crowd-pleaser that’s as much coming-of-age film as superhero adventure.
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Steven D. Greydanus
Gru is back — this time with his twin, Dru.
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Steven D. Greydanus
Yes, it’s better than ‘Cars 2,’ but that’s a low bar for the onetime kings of quality family entertainment.
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Steven D. Greydanus
This movie comes with such overcooked world-building and undercooked religious themes that even Tom Cruise can’t save it.
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Steven D. Greydanus
Despite its issues, ‘Wonder Woman,’ unlike ‘Man of Steel’ and ‘The Lone Ranger,’ understands and reveres its protagonist.
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Steven D. Greydanus
The fifth outing for Capt. Jack Sparrow has dead men, but no tale worth the telling.
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Steven D. Greydanus
Ridley Scott continues his philosophically and spiritually ambitious prequel series, now even more muddled.
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Steven D. Greydanus
The once and future king can’t catch a break in Hollywood. Is it too soon to reboot this act of cultural vandalism?
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Steven D. Greydanus
Victory-lap stumble: The much-anticipated follow-up to Marvel’s whimsical space fantasy is a canny, queasy mess.