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Menashe: Faith, fatherhood shine

3 out of 4 stars Menashe Lustig’s a slob, and to make matters even worse, the disheveled, fat grocery store clerk has only one option if he’s to regain the custody of his son after the death of his wife: […]

Menashe: Faith, fatherhood shine

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3 out of 4 stars Menashe Lustig’s a slob, and to make matters even worse, the disheveled, fat grocery store clerk has only one option if he’s to regain the custody of his son after the death of his wife: […]

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Dunkirk:  See it, then decide

2 out of 4 stars Peter Travers, Rolling Stone’s film critic, wrote that Dunkirk may be the greatest war movie ever made. Caryn James of the BBC called it a “five

Spider-Man: Homecoming:  Same old Spidey

2 out of 4 stars Add this power to Spider-Man’s impressive arsenal of super hero skills: he can make time stand still. We get older, but miraculously, Peter Parker finds a

Summer movie preview: Monkeys, Minions, Megatron, Marvel, McQueen, machine guns

Monkeys, Minions, Megatron, Marvel, McQueen, machine guns, and murder will all try to be money this summer at the box office, which will feature plenty of Hollywood’s biggest names.

‘Wonder Woman’: Girl Power at its Best

Thank you, Zeus. Thank you for crafting Wonder Woman out of clay so she could be as close to perfection as possible – a superhero who combines brains and brawn

Faithkeepers: Be Your Brothers' Keeper burnt bible

Faithkeepers: Be Your Brothers’ Keeper documents genocide in the Middle East

Try to imagine for a moment that you are a woman of faith who has been dragged from her doorway, thrown into the trunk of a car and driven

‘Born in China’: Much more than monkey business

3 out of 4 stars Disney has a new star — and he doesn’t even say a word. His name is Tao Tao and in a split second, he goes from

The Case for Christ: Skeptical journalist jarred by ‘Good News’

Mike Vogel portrays investigative reporter Lee Strobel in The Case for Christ. Lee Strobel – an award-winning legal journalist – seemed to have it all. A loving wife with two

Smurfs: The Lost Village: Audiences feeling blue

2 out of 4 stars Consider yourself warned: Smurfs: The Lost Village is nothing more than an extended version of the 1980s TV cartoon series about the blue people who live

The Lyric to adopt ‘Annie’ from April 21-22

When it comes to “Annie,” hope – no matter if it’s during the Great Depression or in a year of political turmoil – always springs eternal. “It’s the timeless story

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