It’s hard to believe everything to which we’ve dedicated our lives is gone. —Padme Amidala-Skywalker For over a thousand generations, the Jedi Knights were the guardians of peace and justice in the old Republic. Before the dark times. Before the…

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“[George Romero] turns the whole concept into something completely different. You can’t control the zombies. They are out of control. Generally, monsters — vampires, Frankenstein, Godzilla, whatever — they are outside the social structure. They are a danger to it, they are…

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It’s Monday and the early morning sun cast an amber glow to the white undershirt of Paterson (Adam Driver) and the brown skin of his wife (Golshifteh Farahani). Paterson sleepily rolls over and picks his wristwatch off the bedside table.…

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There are many wonderful reviews and critiques out there for Martin Scorsese’s latest film (and I would dare say, masterpiece) Silence. What I want to dive into is the faith journey of the most central character, Father Sebastião Rodrigues, and…

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Can’t wait a week for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice? Well, neither can we. Can’t you tell? #RWTMovieMarathon? If you can’t wait another week to make it out into the theaters, there are some quality movies and some not-so-quality movies…

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With the passing of January on the Reel World Theology calendar, we squarely focus our sights on 2016 and what has us gnawing at our limbs in anticipation. We put together our collective heads together and mashed together our separate…

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The first weekend of Star Wars: The Force Awakens is behind us, and what a weekend it was. Multiple showings, late nights, box office records shattered, and a resoundingly positive cheer from critics and from fans new and old. While…

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For all the anticipation surrounding the release of Disney’s first foray into a galaxy, far, far away since purchasing the franchise from George Lucas in 2012, there seemed to be no way The Force Awakens could justify the hype. We…

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So it has been around 18 hours and, if you are like us, it has been enough time for you to have watched the trailer a couple dozen times. As I sat and watched and geeked out and reflected, a…

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Noah Baumbach is one of those directors/writers that embodies the indie spirit. Born and raised in Brooklyn, he was made to be imbued with an urban chic/hipsterism aesthetic. His best written characters tend to have a natural authenticity, often characteristic…

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