There Be Dragons Review, and Interview With Wes Bentley
- Christian films, or faith-based films, with the exception of Passion of the Christ, share a characteristic I don't like. They aren't cinematic. Fireproof looks like it...
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Anne Hathaway Quit Catholicism For Her Gay Brother
- Anne Hathaway's family left the Catholic Church because of its intolerance of homosexuality. Anne grew up wanting to become a nun but shunned Catholicism when she learne...
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Called the most important media project in the history of the Catholic Church in America, this documentary -- four years in the making -- on faith and history features the Rev. Robert Barron visiting 50 locations in 16 countries, from the sacred lands of Israel and the beautiful shrines of Italy, France, and Spain, to the streets of Mexico, India and New York. ``I wanted to show the texture of Catholicism,'' Barron says. ``We have all this great, visible wealth in the church and I didn't want to reduce it to just words and ideas. Whenever we had an idea to present, we asked ourselves: `How can we show that idea?' And that's really what inspired the whole series.''