On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We get to talk about one of our “favourite” films of the year. While Yorgos Lanthimos isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, he finally made a movie that seems to be accessible…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: While wildly popular with audiences, Bohemian Rhapsody, the latest Queen/Freddie Mercury biopic, is also gathering its detractors. There are a number of reasons, from historical inaccuracies, conveniences, and in the way…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We take a look at one of the newest Netflix original films, Come Sunday. This film is based on the life of Bishop Cartlon Pearson who began teaching a doctrine of universal…

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We’ve shared our Top 10’s from 2017, but there are a bunch of movies just missing the cut we still liked. Our contributors and staff offer up a movie from 2017 they consider to be essential viewing but missed out on their…

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A couple of months ago, my review of Detroit opined the failure to keep the eyes of the audience on the black narrative and, instead, found it’s gaze concentrated on the white Detroit police officers at the center of the film’s…

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A brand new week, a brand new set of streaming picks to prioritize in your streaming queues. Our fabulous contributors are constantly at the ready to deliver exactly what you need for an (almost) fall Friday night. Enjoy these recommendations and have…

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This weekend, we welcome April with open arms and say a fond farewell to March with three recommendations from our fine contributors. It’s the rare month where you get 5 Fridays of recommendations. So don’t ever say we never did…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We are setting our sights on American Sniper, the latest film from Clint Eastwood. This film has done extremely well at the box office and with awards officials by staying king…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We take a look at the near-unbelievable true story of Louie Zamperini in the film Unbroken. Zamperini’s life is an incredible journey from immigrant, to the Olympics, to Japanese prison camps,…

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My snow covered boots hit the tiled floors of Stephen A. Foster Elementary’s main hallway, and a couple African-American students ran past me, followed by a Hmong-American student.  I laughed as they skidded by and the voice of Ms. Bialecki,…

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