Reviews and Articles on the Movie "Doubt"

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December 13, 2008

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- Church-Scandal Film Raises 'Doubt' among Viewers, by Cathleen Falsani, Chicago Sun-Times [For an example of Falsani's reporting on the comparable McCormack case, see Nun Warned Archdiocese about Priest in 2000.]

- In 'Doubt': Adapting a Parable Proves Problematic, by Bob Mondello, NPR

- Engrossing 'Doubt' Directed at Those Who Insist on Absolutes, by Harry Forbes, Catholic News Service

- 'Doubt' Wags the Finger of Moral Relativism, by Ella Taylor, Village Voice (previously linked in Tracker)

- A Compelling Mystery Best Left Unsolved, by Rick Groen, Globe and Mail

- John Patrick Shanley's 'Doubt', by David Carr, International Herald Tribune

- 'Doubt': Take It on Faith , by Ann Hornaday, Washington Post

- 'Doubt': A Deliberately Ambiguous Drama, by Stephanie Zacharek, Salon

- Catholic Analysis of 'Doubt', by Fr. Peter Malone, Independent Catholic News

- Shanley Found 'Doubt' Very Personal, by John Horn, Los Angeles Times

- 'Doubt' Is Cut from the Cloth of a Nun's Austere Habit, by Susan Wloszczyna, USA Today

- 'Doubt': Not Enough to Say for Itself, by Bob Strauss, San Bernardino Sun

- Doubt, by Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times

- Between Heaven and Earth, Room for Ambiguity, by Manohla Dargis, New York Times


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