Movie Review: Philomena

In Fred Edwords’ review of Philomena, a film in theaters now and the subject of Oscar buzz, he spotlights its unabashed humanism. Nominated for three Golden Globe awards—Best Motion Picture, Drama; Best Actress in a... Read More

Movie Review: The Hunger Games

Chris Lindstrom reviews the second film of The Hunger Games’ franchise, out in theaters now, and highlights many of the book’s humanist elements. In time for Thanksgiving, Jennifer Lawrence is back on the big screen... Read More

Movie Review: 12 Years a Slave

AHA Communications Assistant Christian Hagen calls 12 Years a Slave, a new movie starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, and Brad Pitt, a “challenging yet utterly essential” film. The implications and horrors of slavery have been... Read More

Zero Dark Thirty and Torture in Film

Now that the Oscar nominations have been announced, movie buffs across the country can start speculating on what films will take home that iconic golden statue. Unfortunately, lost in all the glamour and pomp of... Read More