Logan is not like other comic book films. It is brutal and bleak. It has a small cast that it spends more time with. It’s also about one of the most pressing social issues of our day: absent fathers.
After a long and unfortunate gap between awards season and the coming of Spring, we may finally have some good options for this weekend.
Black History Month is a good time to revisit the work of Dr. Martin Luther King. And few films paint as visceral a historical image as Selma does.
This weekend’s movie lineup has something that has seemed a bit rare in the last few weeks: there might actually be more than one good option.
If you are a Christian and you can stomach gore and war violence, you need to see this movie.
Take a look at what’s coming out this weekend.
In 1781, a British slave trading ship ran low on drinkable water after the crew made navigational errors. In an effort to cash in on the insurance that was on the slaves’ lives as cargo, they drowned 133 slaves by throwing them overboard. This would be the source of a legal dispute that would go all the way up to the Lord Chief Justice of England, William Murray. A man who also happened to be raising a biracial great-niece.