On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Our next Pixar film has dropped and, not surprisingly, people are loving it. However, some people are really loving it while others are simply enjoying it. We take a look at what…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind . . . Blaine and Shannon are joined by Amber Kenneson to talk about Wong Kar-Wai’s masterpiece In the Mood for Love. They talk about Kar-Wai’s innovative style, as well as what the film has…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We only had to wait 97 years for the first female-directed superhero movie, but it’s finally here. There has been a lot of chatter (positive and negative) about Wonder Woman— even…

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Woah. I’m no stranger to director Alfred Hitchcock’s work, and I have seen Spellbound a few times before this (though it’s been a while), but this movie blew my mind. Not only does it use surrealist ideas and imagery to…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Disney has been on a hot streak with their live-action imaginings and remakes. Next up is Beauty and the Beast, one of the most beloved animated fairytales of all time. By…

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When I was watching Disney’s new Beauty and the Beast, one word kept springing to mind: spectacle. The scale of a Broadway musical meets the sheer wonder of the most lavish of Disney spectacles. The sense of magic and wonderment…

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Seven Samurai, directed and co-written by Akira Kurosawa, is a masterwork of filmmaking. Set in late-16th century feudal Japan, the backdrop for the story is one of upheaval and unrest. A poor farming village is under continual threat from pillaging…

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The Little Prince: a story of love, friendship, and the art of remaining a child while growing up “I took their advice, and I grew up. I forgot all about being a child…” Any attempt to bring a beloved classic…

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On this very special episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We’ve reached the 100 milestone! Three years and a hundred podcasts later, here we are. Reel World has gone through a number of changes over the years and added all…

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I was in college when a dear friend said, “You have to watch this crazy French movie. It’s weird, but you’ll like it.” When I dubiously sat down with her to watch Umbrellas of Cherbourg, little did I know that…

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