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Arnold Schwarzenegger returns in the rebooted sci-fi classic designed as the first installment in a new trilogy. Once again, it’s up to John Connor to save the future of mankind.
The Beguines are a fascinating group of women, and the more one learns about them, the more intriguing they become. Benedictine Sister Laura Swan has written a book that is clear and not technical, accessible and balanced to those unfamiliar with these unique figures, while full of information for those who may already know something about them.
If you are the type of parent who is open to different points of view on parenting (or can skip right past them) and are looking for a perspective that is inspired by Catholic ideas, then this book will provide helpful insight into how to raise a happy baby as happy parents.
Following in the esteemed paw prints of Rin Tin Tin and Lassie comes “Max” (Warner Bros.), a heroic canine on a mission to vanquish evil while mending a broken family.
If 1983’s “Risky Business” legitimized prostitution from one’s home in order to attend Princeton, “Dope” does the same with drug dealing to go to Harvard.
While the tiniest film fans might be put off by the peril in which its characters occasionally find themselves, the splendid comedy “Inside Out” (Disney) offers all others outstanding entertainment founded on strong values.
Grown moviegoers will find much to like about the sensitive — though ultimately shallow — drama “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” top winner at the Sundance Film Festival.
It’s easier to win an award at the annual Sundance Film Festival, because Sundance gives so many of them, than to win the Signis Award in the United States.