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Scorcese Faith-Based Docudrama Revisits Rude Reception of Christianity in Japan

Portuguese traders first landed in Japan in 1543, followed soon thereafter by Francis Xavier and other Jesuits. So many locals started converting to Christianity that, less than a decade later, the emperor issued an edict banning Catholicism and ordering the expulsion of all missionaries.

Ben Affleck Directs and Stars in Gruesome Gangster Saga

Dennis Lehane has enjoyed phenomenal success not only as a novelist but writing directly for TV (Boardwalk Empire and The Wire). And several of his crime thrillers have been brought to the big screen, including Mystic River, Shutter Island and Gone, Baby, Gone.

Viola Davis Delivers Oscar-Winning Performance in Adaptation of August Wilson Classic

Back in 1987, Fences won both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play. The August Wilson classic, set in the Pittsburgh in the Fifties, chronicled the day-to-day struggle of a blue-collar, African-American family. The production was brought back to Broadway in 2010, and it landed the Tony for Best Revival in addition to ones for Denzel Washington and Viola Davis in the Best Actor and Best Actress categories.

Chan and Knoxville Play Unlikely Buddies in Poor Man’s Version of Rush Hour

Skiptrace Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams

Eddie Murphy Exhibits Acting Range in Purely Dramatic Role

Mr. Church Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams

Cranston Stars in True Tale as Agent Who Cracked Colombian Coke Cartel

The Infiltrator Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams

A Laff-a-Minute, Female Empowerment Fantasy Far Funnier than the Original!

Ghostbusters Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams

It’s Mutants vs. Mutants in 9th Installment of Beloved Marvel Franchise

X-Men: Apocalypse Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams

Kevin Hart and The Rock Co-Star in Unlikely-Buddies Comedy

Central Intelligence Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams

Blake Lively Shines as Surfer Stranded in Shark-Infested Waters

The Shallows Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams