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The “last prisoners of World War II” — famous paintings stolen from persecuted Jews by the Nazis — await justice and release in the new film starring Helen Mirren.
Father Richard John Neuhaus was many things, among them “a theologian, an intellectual, an activist, an ecumenist, a writer,” said the author of a new biography of the late priest who hopes his book will be the definitive volume on his life.
The out-of-the-1970s premise of “It Follows” (Radius-TWC) has something to do with adolescents being haunted, and sometimes killed, after engaging in sexual activity.
In lieu of a movie ticket for the shoddy prison-themed comedy “Get Hard” (Warner Bros.), potential viewers should treat themselves to a “Get Out of Jail Free” card.
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.