Doctors at the Movies

“Good Night, And Good Luck” – Of Witch Hunts, Red Scares, and Guantanamo

Posted on September 1, 2011 by admin

George Clooney shows that false patriotism is the first refuge of a scoundrel.   By James J. Murtagh, M.D.Warning: movie spoiler alert. If you have not seen “Good Night, And Good Luck,” consider seeing it before reading And the {Scape}Goat … Continue reading →

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Why Sister Aloysius “Doubts”

Posted on September 1, 2011 by admin

Film asks: Can Faith endure amidst a Modern Sea of Doubt?     By James J. Murtagh, M.D.     Warning:  spoiler alert. If you have not seen Doubt, do not read further. The film contains a major plot twist, which is discussed … Continue reading →

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“The Da Vinci Code:” Does History Matter?

Posted on September 1, 2011 by admin

Warning: movie spoiler alert. If you have not seen “Da Vinci Code,” consider seeing the film before reading further. However, since almost every person on the planet knows the plot of Da Vinci, this spoiler alert may not be necessary. … Continue reading →

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Does Innocence Matter?

Posted on September 1, 2011 by admin

Warning: movie spoiler alert. If you have not seen After Innocence, consider seeing the film before reading further. 69% of Americans in a 2004 Harris poll supported the death penalty. However, 0% would support the death penalty for the innocent … Continue reading →

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