Movie review: Behind the eye-popping 3-D and the loud noises is a film that features very human moments from an adolescent perspective.
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Analysis: A three-word tweet from Pope Francis about inequality left some conservatives dazed and confused over Catholic teachings on economics.
In Budapest, Hungary, head of state Regent Miklós Horthy (Ben Kingsley) was trapped between the Russians on the east and the Nazis from Germany on the west. He was forced to join the Axis in 1941. The first massacre of Hungarian Jews occurred in August that year. After a defeat on the Russian front in 1943, Hitler demanded that the regent punish the 800,000 still living in Hungary and insisted that 10,000 Jews be for supplied for slave labor. This is where "Walking with the Enemy" begins.
Review: "Cesar's Last Fast" is a moving account of the life and spirit of Cesar Chavez, unbelievably powerful documentary to watch and understand.
America still loves a good TV game show, as "The American Bible Challenge" has demonstrated. It's the highest-rated program on cable's Game Show Network, which specializes in this kind of thing.
The third season of "The American Bible Challenge" premieres May 22 on GSN. The first season featured a team of nuns coming close to winning the season championship. This season, the show will feature a three-man team of motorcycle-riding priests, appropriately named the Sons of Thunder.
Sr. Cristina Scuccia, a 25-year-old nun from Sicily, has electrified "The Voice of Italy," and a record number of people tuned in to watch her sing Wednesday.
Review: "Heaven is for Real" asks the important questions about heaven without demanding answers from or preaching to its audience.
Think Christmas, and many carols come to mind. But think of Holy Week and Easter -- and most draw a musical blank.
Some 5.5 million visitors toured the Vatican Museums last year, and the numbers continue to grow. "The popularity of Pope Francis has reverberated onto the museums," Antonio Paolucci, the museums' director, told journalists.
Now, for the first time, digital technology is taking visitors not only through the museums, but also further inside the Vatican than has ever before been possible.
Scholars have probed Shakespeare's plays for centuries, hoping to seize a look into the Bard's soul, to determine if he was a man of faith.