Is there a good side to destructive and anti-social psychoses?
Fiction and melodrama undermine the respectfully treated real-life story of Opus Dei's founder amid the Spanish Civil War.
A movie with some moral seriousness, which is more than we usually get from Hollywood these days.
A well-made film that's less about winter and wartime than about boyhood and its end.
The brilliant Susanne Bier's Oscar-winning movie is very much about men and the things that matter to men.
Tonight on PBS, from Michael Pack and Richard Brookhiser.
How does this beautiful adaptation compare to the great novel?
An amusing Norwegian film about revenge -- or the lack of it.
An immensely moving account of goodness, holiness and Christian martyrdom.
The very funny if not quite morally serious tale of a modern-day Candide.