Kathryn Reklis teaches theology at Fordam University and is codirector of the Institute for Art, Religion and Social Justice.
Orphan Black is so suspenseful and addictive, you may not realize that it's examining deep questions about the meaning of selfhood.
While Gravity doesn't pass the Bechdel test, it does feature a female lead in a story that isn't about romance or sex. But is it her story or Everyman's?
Orange Is the New Black is so refreshing, honest and funny that "prison drama" is hardly the right category.
Fruitvale Station is a powerful, meditative exploration of one ordinary life that met an extraordinary and tragic end.
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