#128 – Logan and an Incomplete Hope

#128 – Logan and an Incomplete Hope

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

After last year’s Deadpool, Fox showed that it could succeed with a rated R superhero movie so they strike again with a Wolverine film that critics and fans are loving. Wolverine, now only known as Logan, is old and breaking. He has few friends left in the world and that world looks a lot different than all the X-Men films we’ve seen to this point. What does a loner do at the end of a life of pain and loss? How can he find purpose again? Is there anything he can hope in? We discuss!

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This episode’s panel included Mark Wingerter and James Harleman:

Mark Wingerter (@markwingdinger)
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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

Podcast Notes and Links:
Reel World Theology Discussion Group
Logan and IMDB
Logan at Rotten Tomatoes
Logan Review at Reel World Theology
Beating Claws into Plowshares at Reel Spirituality
Does Logan Have More of a Christian Message Than The Shack at Relevant
Logan: The Things We Leave Behind at Birth.Death.Movies

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