Kathryn Reklis teaches theology at Fordham University and is codirector of the Institute for Art, Religion and Social Justice.
Rectify is unlike any series I've watched. Its slow burn reveals the viewer as well as the characters in the story.
It could have been any academic conference—except that Catwoman was on my left and a fully dressed hobbit was on my right.
It's hard to watch Straight Outta Compton and not think of #BlackLivesMatter. But this is not explicitly a movie about politics or race.
Religious satire was once an edgy form of humor celebrated by rebellious teens. Now it’s attracting adults who buy theater tickets.
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