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‘When the Bough Breaks’

Catholic News Service If you recall the familiar nursery lullaby, you'll know that “When the Bough Breaks” foretells doom for both cradle and baby. So it...

Cartoon food items celebrate atheism in ‘Sausage Party’ (Yes, you read...

Catholic News Service If everyone in the world would just abandon belief in God, peace would prevail and life would be one long, joyous, pansexual,...

‘Bad Moms,’ worse morality

Catholic News Service As jointly written and directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, the suburban-set comedy “Bad Moms” has some valid points to make...

‘The Purge: Election Year’ is blasphemous and gory

Catholic News Service This third installment in the blood-soaked franchise that started with 2013’s “The Purge” sticks to the commercially tried-and-true formula of appealing to...

‘Me Before You’ — Weepie love story becomes assisted suicide tract

  Catholic News Service The folks behind the grand-scale weepie "Me Before You" clearly intend their audience to come to the multiplex armed with an abundant...

‘The Nice Guys’ is clever but morally unstable comedy

Catholic News Service The morally unstable tone of the clever action comedy "The Nice Guys" (Warner Bros.) is typified by the fictional resume of one...

‘Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising’ an offensive, witless waste of time

Catholic News Service Everything you need to know about the witless comedy “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising”, you'll learn from a description of the opening scene. This...

‘The Boss’ fails to manage with vulgar slapstick humor

Catholic News Service “The Boss” is obviously intended as a comedy vehicle for its star and co-writer, Melissa McCarthy. Presumably, audiences were meant to be...

‘Meet the Blacks’ [in the gutter]

Catholic News Service “Meet the Blacks” is a close encounter of the most unpleasant kind. A sloppy assemblage of tasteless jokes, rampant profanity and lewd sexual...

Behavior contradicts tattoo in ‘The Perfect Match’

Catholic News Service In terms of morality and its portrayal of relationships, a better title for “The Perfect Matchwould be “A Fine Mess.” This so-called romantic...

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