Anika Goes to the Movies: The Song of Names

It is another not-happy movie, but given the times we are in, needs to be seen by everyone old enough. I don’t care if it’s a school night, if it’s playing near you, go see it. Continue reading

Anika Goes to the Movies: A Hidden Life

The personal, spiritual, and historical all coalesce around this story of one man and his family doing what his conscience dictates in the face of the Nazi regime. Continue reading

Anika Goes to the Movies: Jojo Rabbit

Quick review: 4.75 stars   This movie may star children and center around the experiences of childhood in Nazi Germany, but it is not for children. That said, it might be an excellent conversation piece with a teenager who is trying to wrap their head around the existence of evil in the world, […]

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