In the year 1939, two blockbuster movies burst onto the big screen in brilliant technicolor, forever changing the face of American film: Gone with the Wind and The Wizard of Oz. On the surface, the heroines of both films have…

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Since the first generation of young men in the digital age grew up and started becoming parents, dad culture has been on a significant upswing. Helped along by the proliferation of social media by uniting the like-minded Xennial/Millennial generation, their…

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On this Christmas episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: As we do every year, we take a look at a Christmas classic. This year we are compelled to talk about a movie that has varying degrees of appreciation among…

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We all live with the weight of our life’s choices. Some of those choices we seem to forget about by moving on with our lives. Others linger with us for a long time, perhaps even the rest of our lives.…

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Paul Williams was on quite a roll in the early 1970s. He’d written monster hits for groups like The Carpenters (“We’ve Only Just Begun”) and Three Dog Night (“An Old Fashioned Love Song”) and become a near-regular on The Tonight…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… Journey into “The Age of Wonder” with co-host Josh Crabb and returning co-host Blaine Grimes as they discuss Jim Henson’s 1982 visionary classic, The Dark Crystal. Using the bookends of the forthcoming Netflix series…

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The luckless Aladdin, whose luck turns around; his beloved Jasmine, a princess far above his station; and Jafar, the dark vizier consumed with a dark purpose. The story would hardly be complete without identities concealed and then discovered; what else…

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In the social jungle of human existence, there is no feeling of being alive without a sense of identity.” – Erik Erikson, Identity, Youth, and Crisis One of the first films that comes to mind when thinking of explorations of…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… It’s showtime! With the release of Tim Burton’s Disney’s live-action Dumbo, it seemed very appropriate to return to Tim Burton and actor Michael Keaton’s first collaboration, 1988’s Beetlejuice. Co-host Josh Crabb is joined by…

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It would not be long until the boom of Hollywood in 1946 would begin to crumble under the weight of paranoia and scandal. The marks of war still remained and the claws of global dissension began to creep into the…

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