Frances McDormand in "Nomadland" (CNS photo/Searchlight Pictures).
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John Anderson
“Nomadland” is the kind of movie that wins awards and no one ever watches it again. It’s cruel but true.
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Molly Cahill
Pete Docter was inspired by Father Martin’s book The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything and its insights about Ignatian spirituality.
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Stephen Werner
Daniel Lord, S.J., saw the movie as an ominous portent of how a powerful new medium could be used for the wrong ends.
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Simcha Fisher
The New York Times documentary on Britney Spears isn’t about her music. It’s is largely about the media, and the people who consume it.
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Joseph McAuley
“The Scarlet and The Black,” available on Amazon Prime, tells the story of an Irish priest, Msgr. Hugh O’Flaherty, who was in the Vatican diplomatic service in World War II.
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John Anderson
“Saint Maud” is the latest entrant in the religious-obsessives-are-the-craziest-people movie catalogue.