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SILENCE: This overlong story of Catholic missionaries risking martyrdom in 1600s Japan tries to pretend that it's a powerful look at faith under duress, but in fact is dangerous because it makes viewers sympathize with denial of faith long after the threat to the priests...
"HIDDEN FIGURES": This historical tale of three African-American women who broke through racial barriers to become heroes to the NASA space race against the Soviets is uplifting, engrossing and faith-filled and an absolute dateworthy film for anyone! "A MONSTE...
Each year I see more than 150 movies, and I’m pretty easy to please. But there’s always a few movies that stand out from the pack as ones I’d see over and over and recommend to anyone’s collection – and a few that I’d rather forget forever. Fol...
“Passengers”: It might have seemed like a clever idea at one point to have two of the hottest young stars in movies today, Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, team up for what amounts to a combination of a space-age Adam and Eve story done up as a bad ripoff of the ...
"Fences": Intense adaptation of a classic stage play that follows an African-American man's battle against his dying dreams in 1950s Pittsburgh. Powerful drama, but a downer. Definitely Dateworthy if you're serious-minded. "Manchester by the Sea"...
DATEWORTHY?: Are you kidding me? Everyone in the galaxy wants to see anything "Star Wars"! When George Lucas sold Lucasfilm to Disney in 2012 for $4 billion, there was a mix of trepidation and anticipation among the fans of the “Star Wars” film series. A...
"OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY": Undeniably funny on a secular level, this movie is packed with enough raunchy content to merit extreme caution. If you can handle other R-rated comedies, feel free. If easily offended at all, don't go. Dateworthy for a very limited spe...
“MOANA”: The latest Disney animation smash offers high adventure and fun laughs from the voiced character of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, but its mostly lackluster songs prevent it from being a classic. Still, DATEWORTHY. “THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN”: ...
DATEWORTHY: YES! While its plot is as overstuffed as a Thanksgiving dinner, there's plenty of fun magic to be found here in a film that will entertain all ages. What’s a movie studio to do when it runs out of ideas in a film series that made $7.7 billion worldwide?...
A drifting, pointless plotline with undefined characters, further ruined by an annoying new style of filming technique. There have been breakthrough moments in the history of film technology, from the creation of talkies through the addition of color, and the coming, going a...
DOCTOR STRANGE: A time-bending, mind-tripping Marvel superhero tale that is endlessly fascinating to watch, it's loads of fun if you keep its Eastern mystic aspects in perspective. YES. HACKSAW RIDGE: Mel Gibson's comeback film after a decade in the Hollywood dogho...
DATEWORTHY? YES. The third in the series of religious-themed thrillers starring Tom Hanks steers clear of the blasphemous territory of "DaVinci Code" to offer a fun and frantic thriller centering a painting inspired by Dante's "Inferno" There are few ...
“Keeping Up with the Joneses”: Fun action-comedy with a few strong sexual innuendoes, but nothing an older teen or adult couple can’t handle. DATEWORTHY! “The Accountant”: One of the year’s best films, it features some strong violence but nothin...
"Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children": Absolutely! This instant classic takes its place with Tim Burton's best fantasies and provides a wondrous evening of entertainment. "The Girl on the Train": Maybe. Well-made and compelling yet packed...
There are two kinds of true-story disaster movies hitting theatres this weekend. “Deepwater Horizon” stars Mark Wahlberg and Kurt Rusell in the tragic tale of what happened when the titular oil drilling rig fell to pieces in the Gulf of Mexico, causing what became ...

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Carl Kozlowski

Carl Kozlowski is a Catholic comedian, film reviewer, and journalist who is also the founder and co-owner of the podcast station www.radiotitans.com in Los Angeles. He reviews movies for the Catholic News Agency as well as the Christian site Movieguide.org, but has also worked with secular outlets including the Pasadena Weekly, Chicago Tribune and Esquire. He has also produced and hosted comedy shows for the LA Catholic Archdiocese's charities and performed at some of the nation's top clubs and with top comics including Dane Cook and Dave Chappelle. He strives to find the way to work with both Christian and secular audiences in all his career paths.

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