10: Steven Greydanus: 2016 Movies In Review – Literally

10: STEVEN GREYDANUS: 2016 MOVIES IN REVIEW – LITERALLY

Steven D. Greydanus (SDG) knows movies. He created DecentFilms.com in 2000, and he has penned untold hundreds of thoughtful reviews and essays on film criticism. Steven is the film critic for the National Catholic Register and, with his co-host David DiCerto, hosts the Gabriel Award–winning cable TV show “Reel Faith” for New Evangelization Television. He’s a longtime member of the Online Film Critics Society and a permanent deacon in the Catholic Archdiocese of Newark.

 

In this interview, we covered the Academy Award nominees in all the top-tier categories (gauged in terms of general audience interest), from Silence, Hacksaw Ridge, Moonlight, La La Land, Fences, Manchester By the Sea, for starters. We also talk about performances, story premises, and why the last scene can sometime make or break a film’s impact. Listen in!

 

BOOKS RECOMMENDED IN THIS EPISODE

Christians in the Movies – by Peter Dans

Silence – by Shusaku Endo

 

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