In this first of a two-part review, Mac Owens reflects on the Ken Burns & Lynn Novick PBS documentary “The Vietnam War” and why it falls short of its effort to provide a balanced view of the conflict.
Mackubin Thomas OwensOctober 17, 2017
New Norwegian film ‘The King’s Choice’ about the king who defied Nazi invasion provides important lessons about honorable statecraft and Just War teaching.
Mark TooleyOctober 7, 2017
Fans of Downton Abby will appreciate that Hugh Bonneville (i.e., Lord Grantham) portrays another aristocrat, Lord Mountbatten, in the new film…
Mark TooleyOctober 5, 2017
In this inaugural edition of The Dark Ops ProvCast, Marc LiVecche talks with Mark Melton and naval historian Tommy Sheppard about the Christopher Nolan film Dunkirk.
Thomas SheppardJuly 31, 2017
Bitter Harvest is a touching film about a tragic and important piece of history. That being said, it is undoubtedly not without several discernible weaknesses that detract from its overall quality.
George BarrosMarch 24, 2017
Bitter Harvest professionally illustrates the Holodomor, one of 20th-century Europe’s central tragedies and one of the Soviet Union’s greatest crimes against humanity.
George BarrosMarch 23, 2017
A profoundly violent, sublimely beautiful film
Marc LiVeccheMarch 22, 2017
Nominated this week for six Oscars, Mel Gibson’s Desmond Doss biopic is an extraordinary testimony to extraordinary valor
Marc LiVeccheJanuary 25, 2017
A review of Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge
Marc LiVeccheNovember 3, 2016
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