Now that my four-year academic semi-hiatus is over, I hope to be blogging more regularly, as well as writing more movie reviews.
Since I don’t think I’ve blogged about this yet, the Gabriel Award–winning TV show “Reel Faith,” which I co-host with David DiCerto of the Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Center For Thought and Culture, is currently in its seventh season.
On tonight’s episode David and I discuss Finding Dory and Warcraft (and our Warcraft discussion got more spirited than I expected). Tune in tonight at 8:00 PM Eastern and check it out. (When and where to watch “Reel Faith”)
One thing I’ve neglected for awhile is posting 60-second reviews; I haven’t even posted them to Decent Films in awhile. Let’s catch up on that!
Love & Friendship (SDG)
Whit Stillman and Jane Austen! I couldn’t limit myself to 60 seconds on this one.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (DD)
David enjoyed this one more than I did.
Alice Through the Looking Glass (SDG)
Lewis Carrol is now right side up in his grave, having turned over twice.
X-Men: Apocalypse (DD)
I enjoyed this one more than David did. (His take is more typical, I think.)
The Angry Birds Movie (DD)
Thankfully, I missed this one.
Captain America: Civil War (SDG)
I enjoyed this one more than David did. (His take is more typical, I think.) (My full review)
The Jungle Book (SDG)
Want more? Here are a couple of strays from last year.
If I could pick just one film from 2015 to hold up to filmmakers and say “More like this, please,” I would unhesitatingly choose Brooklyn. (My full review)
Inside Out (SDG)
No matter how many middling sequels Pixar cranks out these days, we’ll always have Inside Out. (My full review)