On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… We know Kung-Fu. Well, not really, unless Gene forgot to tell us he actually DOES know it. However, one thing we do know is The Matrix is a defining movie in the prolific movie year…

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If the slightly grotesque yet charming dragons and the beautiful, tactile CGI-animation is what draws you to the How To Train Your Dragon series, then you will love How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. Each successive movie in…

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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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A Latin proverb states, “revenge is a confession of pain.” While there is little evidence to find the origin of this quote or prove it is actually Latin, the axiom is true enough apart from its suspicious attribution. Revenge is…

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An otherworldly being inhabiting a human has been an oft-treaded conceit in the science fiction genre. The characters affected experience an assortment of interactions likened to symbiotic relationships found in the natural world. From the parasitic possession of Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Parasite…

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Editor’s Note: Welcome to the first in a new monthly series at Reel World Theology where contributors bring two films–often from different cinematic eras–into conversation with one another in order to investigate the elements (themes, technique, script, character, etc.) of…

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I don’t really have a strong opinion on Ed Sheeran. He does his thing, it’s not really my thing, and life goes on. But on my way back from seeing the new Tomb Raider movie with Alicia Vikander, his insanely…

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In 2014’s Kingsman: The Secret Service, the hyped and oft-marketed first meeting between Taron Egerton’s Eggsy and Colin Firth’s Harry Hart aka “Galahad” is a frantic, one-minute bar fight where Firth’s Hart unexpectedly takes down a gang of toughs in an English…

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Happy 30th Birthday, The Princess Bride! Celebrate the legacy of this modern classic with our look at a peculiar sort of pursuit.

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Opening to an estimated 61 million dollar weekend, Kong: Skull Island, the sophomore film in Legendary’s MonsterVerse, virtually guarantees that we’ll get to see giant monsters duke it out on the big screen for years to come. Twelve-year-old me is…

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