We’ve passed the official start of summer and the longest day of the year. Enjoy these long days by being outside and then staying up late watching a movie on your computer or TV, recommended by our wonderful contributors. Enjoy…

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You will no doubt hear the names Carl Theodor Dreyer and Ingmar Bergman in any and every conversation about iconic 20th-century Scandinavian filmmakers—and rightfully so; perhaps someone will even mention Jan Troell or, more recently, the notorious Lars von Trier…

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Been to the theaters and found the cure of wellness? Hopefully, it is not as creepy and deadly as the trailers. Already scaled the Great Wall? Even better if you got someone to pay for it! Seen Batman spew pop…

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From the time World War II began to today’s best picture nominee Hacksaw Ridge, there have been many, many great movies set in and around the second great war. With the sheer number of films in this sub-genre, especially those…

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Another weekend, another round of streaming picks from our fabulous contributors. Streaming options are getting better all the time and this weekend is no exception. Enjoy them, rate them on Letterboxd, and let us know what you thought! [divider top=”no”]…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Disney’s first attempt to make a standalone Star Wars film was met with mixed– though mostly positive– response. While definitely taking a different tone than most of the films that have…

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When you think of Paul Verhoeven, what comes to mind? Master of provocation? Master of satire? Master of cult classics? One thing is certain, Verhoeven has always been a divisive filmmaker. When first making his way to make films in American…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: After ten years of living in scrutiny from his Hollywood peers and the public at large, Mel Gibson is back in 2016 with his latest directorial debut, Hacksaw Ridge. For the…

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With the mere mention of a new creative endeavor by Mel Gibson, the public memory once again recalls the man’s actions ten years ago as he drunkenly accosted police with anti-Semitic and misogynistic language. It was an ugly scene and…

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In 1915, director D.W. Griffith released The Birth of a Nation, the world’s first epic movie. It is a 3 hour and 10 minute film about the Civil War and the Reconstruction era from the perspective of the Confederacy, culminating…

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