We spend a lot of time consuming "entertainment" in all of its forms. But whether it's movies, television, video games, music, sports, or even literature, these things do more than just offer an escape from our world for the sake of pleasure. When done right, they offer a window into a deeper experience of our own world and a connection to a transcendent world in our midst.
Rebel With A Daddy Issue
In 1955, Rebel Without a Cause began a new genre of movies: the teenage angst movie. In this episode, Fr. Tito and Fr. Casey discuss its significance in the history of cinema.
2001: A Space Oddity
Few movies have been quite so influential—and bizarre—than Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. To say that it's a bit different than other movies is an understatement.
Braveheart is Historical Garbage. Still Great.
There are a lot of problems with 1995 film Braveheart. That said, we still think it's a classic everyone should see.
The Dark Knight (Do The Ends Justify the Means?)
The Dark Knight is one of the most iconic movies of the new millennium. We take a look at what makes it so memorable.
Field of Dreams: The Notebook for Guys
Field of Dreams is arguably the greatest sports movie of all time. But it's about much more than just sports.
The "Godfather" of Classics
Few movies have had quite the impact on cinema goers than The Godfather. And yet, one of the hosts just doesn't like it.