As therapy culture rises in American cinema, “A Million Miles Away” emerges, challenging the status quo. Director Abella portrays José Hernández, emphasizing community and resilience over pop psychology.
Category: Pop Culture
What is the effect of media violence on children’s mental health? Do today’s current TV and movie ratings help protect children from what research says is a problem, or does it just protect parents’ sensibilities?
The controversies swirling around JK Rowling illustrate that fundamentalist thinking is not unique to the religious right.
Unlock the Secrets of Andor—Disney’s Latest Contribution to the Star Wars Canon.
Pop culture shows the married sex lives of religious people as dull and boring, if existent at all. But the research paints a dramatically different picture.
Difficult days are ahead. So make sure to weigh carefully who you are choosing to trust to guide your heart, mind and family.
Looking for another excuse to appreciate America’s first epic fantasy more deeply? You’ve got it. Happy Star Wars day today!
In an increasingly divided world there is one thing that we can consistently unite around: our love for our planet.
White robes, scriptural references, and a gospel choir—all center stage at this most recent Super Bowl. What’s going on?
Much has been said in recent years about how we are each creating our own little bubbles of reality. Is WandaVision responding and speaking to this cultural trend?
Public Square Magazine is proud to announce its first film of the year to honor thoughtful, authentic depictions of faith, spirituality, and religion in film: Corpus Christi
While the afterlife is often seen in pop culture, the premortality is seen much less. Why? And why does the subject remain so irresistible to artists?