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In “Love: The Saint and the Seeker,” her first book for adults, Christina Stevens chronicles her journey — a response to a dream that took her to Kolkata, India, in 1994 to meet and convince Mother Teresa to be filmed. If journeys were so simple, Stevens’ story would have been reduced to a pamphlet, or a pocket guide at most.
Parents looking for acceptable Easter-break entertainment for the kids will probably be satisfied with the lightweight animated adventure “Home” (Fox).
There’s more evidence that TV watchers are souring on the soaring cost of cable TV.
The opportunity to watch a biblical interpretation on the big or small screen can be a mixed blessing.
The plodding thriller “The Gunman” (Open Road) leaves a trail of messy mayhem and misguided values as its action shuttles between Africa and Europe.
The film is faster and sleeker than its predecessor but the violence and moral ambiguity place this film outside the reach of younger adolescents.
The crime drama starring Liam Neeson can be viewed as a Catholic-inflected redemption story, if you can step over the high body count and sordid urban landscape.
The venerable fairy tale exudes vibrant new life as it opts for exuberance and sincerity over a revisionist approach. Watch for Cinderella’s shimmering blue dress, which steals the show.