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‘Wonder Woman’ proves to be an enjoyable adventure

Catholic News Service Close to eight decades ago, William Moulton Marston created Wonder Woman. In the years since, the character has become a staple for...

Ailing teen rescued from her mother’s quarantine in ‘Everything, Everything’

Catholic News Service Cynics beware: The teen-oriented romantic drama “Everything, Everything” bears more than a little resemblance to one of those fairy tales involving a...

‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ is dim, noisy and ponderous

Catholic News Service Early on in “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,” the audience is treated to the sight of magically generated giant elephants swinging...

'The Dinner' doesn't go down easy

Catholic News Service “The Dinner,” a trenchant morality tale about the nature of evil and mankind's savage underpinnings, turns out to be as infuriatingly dense...

‘How to Be a Latin Lover’

Catholic News Service There are so many plot threads going in “How to Be a Latin Lover,” they never quite come together. Rather, the film...

'The Circle' doesn't arrive anywhere on Internet privacy

Catholic News Service Big Brother is watching you, and he has nothing to do with the government. Such, at least in part, is the message...

‘Phoenix Forgotten’ isn’t memorable

Catholic News Service The sci-fi-themed horror tale “Phoenix Forgotten” includes little objectionable material, other than some salty language in the dialogue. Yet the lack of...

‘The Promise’ melds love story with historical tragedy

Catholic News Service The relatively little-known genocide of the Armenian people by the Ottoman Turks 100 years ago is brought into sharp focus by “The...

‘Gifted’ is both endearing and well-acted

Catholic News Service Endearing and well-acted, director Marc Webb’s drama “Gifted” might have been a family-friendly movie. Elements in screenwriter Tom Flynn’s script, however, make this...

‘The Fate of the Furious’ found preposterous but lively

Catholic News Service Grown viewers willing to kick reality to the curb will have fun with the preposterous but lively auto-themed action adventure “The Fate...

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