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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It’s common to see words like “masterpiece” or “awesome” used generously in reference to movies. Yet rarely is a film truly masterful in its execution, and even rarer still does a masterpiece leave the audience feeling awestruck at the experience.…

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“…for the growing good of the world is partly dependent on unhistoric acts; and that things are not so ill with you and me as they might have been, is half owing to the number who lived faithfully a hidden…

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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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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: A special PATRON sponsored episode. One of our esteemed Patreon sponsors, Dave Courtney, has selected the latest biopic about the life of JRR Tolkien. We gather the troops to talk about…

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With a reputation built on works full of staggering narrative detail and deep mythological roots, J.R.R. Tolkien could perhaps be better described as a world builder than as an author. His mythological worlds have mythologies of their own, along with…

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It’s hard to be a father. Or so I assume, not being one myself. Though, having been a kid, I can only imagine how awful I was to parent. There are dirty diapers, temper tantrums, scraped knees, and that’s not…

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J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot studios have surprised with genre movie conventions layering callbacks to their B-movie origins and bigger cinematic influences. 2001’s Joy Ride the first feature-length movie ever produced by Abrams’ studio, mixed thriller pulp storytelling about a mysterious killer…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… With the wide acclaim and 13 Oscar nominations of The Shape of Water, the latest film by Guillermo Del Toro, it seemed only appropriate to delve into his most widely acclaimed feature film, Pan’s Labyrinth.…

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After a couple weeks on hiatus (#because summer), we’re back and better than ever. Well, not really, but we gotta sell stuff or we can’t pay the rent! Not really, since we don’t pay rent or get paid. Well, just…

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