#172 – Solo and the Vocal Minority

#172 – Solo and the Vocal Minority

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

We talk about the new Star Wars story, Solo. There has been a lot of talk since opening weekend about how this movie has failed, but we really want to know what that means? For a movie that seems to be enjoyed by all who did go to see it, what does failure look like? We also discuss what it looks like to give a story stakes when you know where it’s going to end up and how Solo fares in that department. Lots of good stuff with the Home One Radio crew.

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This episode’s¬†panel included Josh Crabb and Blaine Grimes:

Josh Crabb (@HeyItsThatJosh)
Home One Radio

Blaine Grimes (@dept_of_tourism)
Home One Radio

Podcast Notes and Links:
Reel World Theology Discussion Group
Solo: A Star Wars Story at IMDB
Solo: A Star Wars Story at Rotten Tomatoes
Solo: A Star Wars Story at Metacritic
Solo and the Scoundrel’s Journey at Reel World Theology
Solo: First Reactions at Home One Radio
Solo: A Star Wars Story Review at Cinemayward
Solo: A Star Wars Story Review at Larson On Film
Star Wars Asks If There’s An Unforgivable Sin at Christian Today

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