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Robin Hood, you might want to call your merry lawyer

Catholic News Service It’s no wonder Errol Flynn called his autobiography "”My Wicked, Wicked Ways.” The swashbuckling actor's bad habits are showcased in “The Last...

Bone tired: ‘As Above, So Below’

Catholic News Service Claustrophobics beware: Set mostly in the network of catacombs that lie beneath Paris, the second-rate chiller “As Above, So Below” is not...

‘Let’s Be Cops’ impersonates a comedy

Catholic News Service The buddy movie “Let’s Be Cops” implicitly honors police work. But this weak comedy’s combination of a farfetched premise, an obscenity-laden script and...

Irish priest marked for death in ‘Calvary’

Catholic News Service Set in rural Ireland, the bleak but powerful Calvary” kicks off with a startling premise. In the confessional, a grown victim of childhood...

Bronx detective confronts Satan in ‘Deliver Us From Evil’

Catholic News Service As exorcism movies go, “Deliver Us From Evil” is better than most. Though sensational at times, director and co-writer Scott Derrickson’s screen version...

‘The Other Woman’ is crass, vengeful and crude

Catholic News Service When a screenwriter’s armory of jokes is so depleted that a large dog having a very visible accident qualifies as a sight...

Combat mayhem inhabits ‘Brick Mansions’

Catholic News Service Combat, albeit of a stylized kind, is the whole point of the action picture “Brick Mansions.” Though gore is kept to a...

‘300: Rise of an Empire’ splashes blood and guts in 3-D

Catholic News Service Blood and guts sloshing across the big screen in slow motion 3-D must be someone’s idea of a cinematic treat; otherwise, we’d...

Geekiness reaches new levels in ‘Her’

Catholic News Service Many a tech fan, over the years, may have casually declared his love for this or that cutting-edge gadget. But all would...

Newest ‘Paranormal Activity’ movie rachets up objectionable content

Catholic News Service In crafting “Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones,” writer-director Christopher Landon maintains the admirable tradition of minimal bloodletting that has characterized this spooky...

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