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 terms of storytelling, director Derek Cainfrance is a novelist. The journey through The Light Between Oceans is careful, sometimes excruciating. It lingers over moments, drawing them open with beautiful images rather than words so that the shifts between them…

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The role of supporting actress can often fall into a somewhat formulaic, empty version of a person with no real motivation aside from propelling the lead forward in the story. It’s when one can break that mold, pull the viewer…

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A very Happy early Thanksgiving to you! Due to the holiday this week, it is one of the special times in the new movie calendar where new releases start hitting the theaters on Tuesday night. In anticipation of this slate…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Sometimes limited release films fly under the radar until they just get enough buzz that they can no longer stay there. This is the case with Ex Machina. We thought about…

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In a normal year, it would be fairly easy to declare The Man from U.N.C.L.E. the best movie of the summer and let the cards fall where they may; but here’s the rub: Mad Max: Fury Road, which released mid-May,…

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“Our generation will never be new again… our youth has been stolen from us…” –Vera Brittain WWII is probably the most cinematically featured time period simply because of the unspeakable atrocities done to an entire generation of people and culture. WWI…

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On the most recent episode of the Reel World Theology podcast, discussing Avengers: Age of Ultron, Mikey and I were musing about the slew of AI movies making their way into theaters. Movies already out this year addressing AI, like…

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