Letters and journals are used to tell the story,“The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir,” which is set in a small village in England in the early days of World War II, when many of the men have left to join the war effort.
Most of the mayhem wreaked by the figurine-haunting demon at the center of the horror prequel “Annabelle: Creation” (Warner Bros.) is restrained.
The Smithsonian National Museum of American History’s new exhibition, “Religion in Early America,” celebrates the free exercise of religion and the religious diversity that define American faith life.
Archaeology is a fascinating science that deciphers myriad and often minute clues to tell us the story of our origins that help us preserve our past.
The compact thriller “Kidnap” (Aviron) is less a story about a mother’s enduring love and sacrifice for her young son than it is a long drive in an amazingly durable minivan.
Though not a Catholic himself, legendary University of Notre Dame football coach Ara Parseghian had a notable respect for the school’s Catholic faith as well as the Fighting Irish’s gridiron tradition.
The movie “Detroit” depicts a dark chapter of the Motor City’s history set in the summer of 1967 with racial riots.
NaTakallam, a platform that assists refugees in becoming tutors for Arabic learners around the world via Skype, and five BridgeBuilder, competition of social innovators, Challenge ideas were selected as winners by the GHR Foundation out of 662 ideas submitted from 185 different countries.
Aspiring to be edgy and stylish, the espionage thriller “Atomic Blonde” (Focus), matches sometimes sadistic brawling with exploitative scenes of aberrant sex. The result is not only degraded but tedious as well.
Tech savvy viewers will especially enjoy the wacky proceedings of “The Emoji Movie” (Columbia). But patrons of all stripes will appreciate the film’s themes of loyal friendship and faithful romance.