Author: Film and Religion

Himala (1982) review

After more than 30 years, Himala is still one of the best Fiipino films ever made. Such classic is timeless; it can never run out of fashion. It shows how sufficient funds, good script,...

The Master – Review

Excerpts from Allie Tollaksen‘s review at the The Observer, a student-run, newspaper serving Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s: … many assumed the film was a thinly-veiled history of a religion or a condemnation of...

Snowpiercer vs. The Giver (1More Film Blog)

Kenneth R. Morefield compares the two recent movies. The more heavily the ideological deck is stacked in a film, the more the viewer is forced into a passive role. Rather than being invited to...

Movie Mondays: Wrestling with Religion

The Seattle Public Library wrote on its blog: If you’re looking for a thoughtful examination of people wrestling with their religious convictions, these three DVDs are a great place to start: Elmer Gantry (1960), based...