Micah Kiel’s love of apocalyptic literature inspired a new book that gives readers a whole new perspective on Revelation.
The book, “A Pope Francis Lexicon,” is a collection of over 50 essays by contributors from around the globe, each writing on a specific word that has become important in the ministry of Pope Francis.
Writer-director Alex Garland’s “Annihilation” (Paramount), a blend of sci-fi and horror, starts off promisingly, its understated tone and matter-of-fact dialogue ratcheting up audience dread.
Boston College was paying close attention to women’s ice hockey at the Olympic Games, which ended with the team’s 3-2 shootout win against Canada to capture the gold medal Feb. 22.
Admirable, likable, but uneven in tone and execution, CBS’ new sitcom “Living Biblically” debuts Monday, Feb. 26, 9:30-10 p.m. EST, and will air in that time slot throughout its 13-week run.
Nick Park, the creative genius behind so many Aardman Animations claymation comedies spanning more than two decades, finally makes his feature-length directing debut with “Early Man” (Lionsgate).
While not suitable for the youngest viewers, the spirited biblically based drama “Samson” (Pure Flix) can provide a fine introduction to the Hebrew he-man’s story for teens.
Director and co-writer Ryan Coogler’s adaptation of a series of Marvel Comics — Stan Lee and Jack Kirby first launched the character of the title in 1966 — is sprawling, energetic, lightened by some clever humor but, ultimately, overlong.
As Pope Francis observes his fifth anniversary as the successor to St. Peter, the gifts and style he brings to the papacy are still felt strongly by American Catholics.
Patrons unwise enough to shell out good money for this campy nonsensical movie, “Fifty Shades Freed” (Universal), will get a facial workout as they roll their eyes, drop their jaws and gurgle derisively at the ineptness of it all.