When four men are killed on a failed bank heist, their widows are drawn into the criminal underworld to complete the job. Featuring an all-star cast, Steve McQueen’s WIDOWS is a gripping tale of betrayal, courage and power… but why isn’t it making any money? This week, Steve welcomes Julie and Paul Levac to talk… [Read More]
They’re back! For fans of the 2013 hit film Love Actually, we have great news. Key cast-members including Liam Neeson, Kiera Knightly, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, and Andrew Lincoln reunited for a short ten-minute sequel. The sequel titled Red Nose Day Actually will air during a special night of programming on NBC on Thursday,… [Read More]
Months after seeing Silence for the first time, I still find myself in engaging conversations about what it means for people of faith today. The ends of conversations always seem to trail off in a complicated way that demand we agree to disagree, or at least understand that we can’t quite line up our understanding of faith… [Read More]
This week, Steve welcomes Peter ‘the Bearded Movie Guy’ Percival and Patrick ‘with the good beard’ Erskine to wrestle with one of director Martin Scorcese’s most nuanced works, SILENCE. Does God speak in the silence of our suffering? How does faith interact with action? All this and more, only on ScreenFish. Want to continue to… [Read More]
Here’s my annual preview of my most anticipated films for the fall. The beauty of a list like this is that that everyone will agree – especially my cohorts here at ScreenFish! So check out my list, and consider what I’ve missed – and let us know. In the disaster film category, there are two… [Read More]
Back when I was in high school and college, Kahlil Gibran’s book The Prophet was very popular. It is a collection of prose poems about various aspects of life. It has a strong humanist view of life, but also a very spiritual understanding.
Liam Neeson has basically reinvented himself as an action superstar. Sure, there’s the in-your-face bombastic Taken and its well-intended (but majorly flawed) sequels, and a few others that have shown he can throw a good, on-screen punch. The truth is though, that Neeson’s actual acting chops show up best when he’s mixing the punches with some self-inspection… [Read More]