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Unplanned Searches for a Broad Audience but Gets Lost in Its Advocacy

Unplanned follows an advocacy narrative that limits its ability to reach a broad audience. Those in favor of reproductive rights will find little in the movie or its story that will sway them.

Yesterday, the Beatles, and the Value of Earned Success

Yesterday is a tribute to the enduring legacy of popular music and its ability to bring joy to the human heart.

Apollo 11 Highlights Human Capacity for Technical Achievement

Released commercially in March, Apollo 11 is an achievement in filmmaking in its own right.

Anna Is All Action in Quest for Personal Freedom

Anna is not just another stylish, action drama. The movie is all those and more: a paean to the human spirit and its innate quest for freedom.

Hotel Mumbai and the Face of Terrorism

Hotel Mumbai captures it all—the heroism, the carnage, the evil, the heartbreak, the senselessness, the pure terror—while never losing its humanity.

How Did Liberty Fare at Oscars 2019?

Defenders of freedom, individual liberty, and human dignity had a good night at the 2019 Oscars.

A Star Is Born Lifted by Performances of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

The chemistry between Cooper and Lady Gaga is undeniable, helping the film rise above previous versions.

Bohemian Rhapsody Shines When Queen Connects to Audiences

Bohemian Rhapsody just picked up two Golden Globe nominations, and its success is unlikely to stop there.

Crazy Rich Asians and an American in Singapore

Crazy Rich Asians is earning its box office through solid acting, a solid screenplay, and first rate cinematography in Singapore and other Asian locals.

Won’t You Be My Neighbor Chronicles the Life of One of the Good Guys

A reminder of the fundamental goodness of human beings.

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