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DATEWORTHY? YES. This compelling drama about journalist Lee Strobel, an atheist reporter who set out to disprove Christ’s Resurrection when his wife became a believer and wound up instead authoring the massive bestseller “The Case for Christ,” is a surprisingl...
DATEWORTHY? YES, BUT....A powerful drama that shows a unique angle on WWII heroics by a woman who risks her life to safeguard Jews from the Nazis on the grounds of a zoo, this movie is stirring and holds your interest but isn't exactly romantic. If you're serious-min...
IS "WILSON" DATEWORTHY? : NO. This quirky comedy starring Woody Harrelson as a middle-aged oddball who tries to shake up his life by reuniting with his long-gone wife and the teenage daughter he never before knew he had has too many random moments and obnoxious cha...
DATEWORTHY?: YES, unless you're really easily offended by a brief moment of two men dancing together. The live-action recreation of the 1991 animated classic is a heart-filled, visual wonderment that should be seen on the big screen. Romantic, funny, with jaw-dropping e...
DATEWORTHY? YES, BUT... with a slight warning. This first-class monster movie/adventure film features amazing effects, a top-notch cast, and an utterly ridiculous amount of action. It's a real hoot as campy fun, but there are some scenes with some grossly funny fluid-sp...
"THE SHACK": MAYBE. If you're looking for a faith-minded film, this is better than most of the genre like. This weekend brings us the Christian-themed movie “The Shack,” based on the huge bestseller by William P. Young, Wayne Jacobsen and Brad Cummi...
LION: YES! This powerful true story about a 5 year old boy in India who winds up lost on the other side of his homeland and finds a new life when he's adopted by a successful white couple before engaging in an amazing search for his birth family 20 years later is one of ...
DATEWORTHY? MOSTLY. This teen sci-fi romance features sweet lead performances in an original concept - what would happen if a teenage human boy living on a NASA project on Mars met an earthbound girl and fell in love? - but a few plot holes require gravity-defying suspensio...
A year after the Academy Awards were criticized and boycotted for a complete lack of minority representation in the major categories, the 2017 Oscar nominations were announced Tuesday with a noticeably improved mix of talent. In fact, out of this year’s nine Best Pictur...
SPLIT: The latest mind-bending, twisty thriller from M. Night Shyamalan of "The Sixth Sense" and "Signs" fame delivers the goods on intelligent scares done in mostly tasteful fashion, but be aware this is his darkest story ever until its memorable conclus...
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"...

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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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