Kathryn Reklis teaches theology at Fordham University and is codirector of the Institute for Art, Religion and Social Justice.
Religious satire was once an edgy form of humor celebrated by rebellious teens. Now it’s attracting adults who buy theater tickets.
As I watched Inside Out, I found myself thinking about Augustine's assertion that we are what we love and what we hate.
Watching Inside Amy Schumer or Broad City, you might conclude that sex is all young women think about. There is something refreshing about this.
The generational gap between 25 and 42 might seem not that great. But Noah Baumbach has explored the subtle differences in many films.
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