Movie Review

In telling the story in “Dunkirk,” director Christopher Nolan has crafted “an extraordinarily intense and, at times, unnerving film about a military catastrophe, which against all odds was snatched out of the fires of total defeat,” writes reviewer Ted Giese.

Movie review: ‘Dunkirk’

The new film “provides a unique and intense film-going experience” that “will keep viewers on the edge of their seats,” writes reviewer Ted Giese.



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Movie review: ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’

“While not bright and cheerful, ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ is entertaining and interesting, well-made, with a lot of heart,” writes reviewer Ted Giese.



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Tom Holland plays teenager Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the new “Spider-Man: Homecoming” film from director Jon Watts. The new film is “fun and entertaining” and “well worth a watch for Spider-Man fans,” writes reviewer Ted Giese.

Movie review: ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

The new film is “fun and entertaining” and “well worth a watch for Spider-Man fans,” writes reviewer Ted Giese.



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Mike Vogel portrays Chicago Tribune reporter and avowed atheist Lee Strobel in “The Case for Christ” — a docudrama detailing the story of Strobel’s attempt to disprove Christianity after his wife becomes a Christian.

Movie review: ‘The Case for Christ’

The film is “a cut above other films in the faith-based genre,” with “better script, acting, cinematography and design,” writes reviewer Ted Giese.



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Dan Stevens plays the Beast and Emma Watson is Belle in Disney’s new live-action film, which “is about as good as a live-action adaptation/remake can be,” writes reviewer Rev. Ted Giese. Still, some blatant homosexual references may compel parents to make “discerning judgments concerning what their family watches and how they talk about the content with their children.”

Movie review: ‘Beauty and the Beast’

The new, live-action film includes some show-stopping musical scenes as well as some blatant homosexual references.



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Movie review: ‘The Shack’

“The Shack” is confused and disjointed, mixing truth and falsehood, and even as a work of fiction it is not worth defending, writes reviewer Ted Giese.



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