#098 – CROSSOVER: Captain America: Civil War

#098 – CROSSOVER: Captain America: Civil War

On this CROSSOVER episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

cacw001In an Avengers-sized podcast, James Harleman (Cinemagogue), Mikey Fissel (Reel World Theology), and Steve Norton (ScreenFish) come together for an epic episode on the latest offering from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain America: Civil War. We have enough time to talk about the inevitable Batman v Superman comparisons, Tony Stark’s inconsistency, Cap’s flawed ideology, and how much we loved Black Panther. A great (shorter) shorter conversation to get the conversation started about this enjoyable film.

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Reel World Theology #098 – CROSSOVER: Captain America: Civil War
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This Special CROSSOVER episode consisted of Mikey Fissel, James Harleman, and Steve Norton.

Mikey Fissel (@fizzification)
Reel World Theology

James Harleman (@harlemanic)
www.cinemagogue.com (@cinemagogue)
YouTube Channel
The Book:
Cinemagogue: Reclaiming Entertainment and Navigating Narrative for the Myths and Mirrors they were Meant to Be

Steve Norton (@PastorStevePBC)
Screen Fish

Podcast Notes and Links:

Captain America: Civil War at IMDB
Captain America: Civil War at Rotten Tomatoes
Captain America: Civil War Review at Reel World Theology
Captain America: Civil War Review at Reel-Gospel
Captain America: Civil War Review at NorvilleRogers
Effortless (Captain America: Civil War Review) at More Than One Lesson
What Captain America: Civil War and Batman v Superman Have In Common at The Washington Post
Stan Lee Tells Marvel Fans Who Should Win In ‘Captain America: Civil War at CinemaBlend
Caps Epic Speech to Spider-man During Civil War at LowBrowComics


1 comment

James made a good point about not viewing quality of movies in a binary way. I guess my issue is with so many movies and other things fighting for my attention, I try to only see A films. So naturally I get upset when I see a C. I didn’t have high expectations for BvS, but I was at least hoping for aB to make my $15 worth it.

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