Marvel is trying to put Reel World Theology out of a job with phase four of their cinematic universe. In our little corner of the multiverse, it’s not exactly news that every story is about something; but over the past…

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Last year’s Avengers: Infinity War was quite a unique film. Part cliffhanger, part villain-as-protagonist character piece; the movie had all the makings of standard superhero epic, and assembled the most powerful characters that really matter to most of the moviegoing…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: The Summer blockbuster season officially arrives with all the might of Mjolinir! Avengers: Age of Ultron is dominating the box office and will surely be the second billion dollar movie of…

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In Avengers: Age of Ultron, I finally find Black Widow to be a relatable heroine and an authentic representation of the female gender. Apparently, that is not a common opinion. There are many compelling arguments being made right now about…

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I think I have finally recovered off my high from watching Avengers: Age of Ultron enough to continue my regularly scheduled programming. Since I have had my fill of “punchsplosions”, as one friend of Reel World Theology put it in his…

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One of the benefits of not being one of those fortunate reviewers who gets a screener or gets an early pass to see a movie everyone is waiting for is the chance to not only react to the movie but …

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

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We finally get to experience the latest MARVEL Cinematic Universe offering, Captain America: The Winter SoldierIn the film, Captain America, the Black Widow and Sam Wilson (also known as The Falcon) join forces to uncover a conspiracy within SHIELD, while facing a mysterious assassin known as the Winter Soldier. For those who have seen the film, you know that this is probably a gross understatement of all the things going on in this movie. With all the underpinning of a top-notch Spy Thriller, this film is multi-layered and arguably the best offering that MARVEL has brought us to date. The narrative itself is dripping with post-9/11 allegory, while also tackling friendship, loyalty, selflessness, and what it means to be a good guy in a bad world.

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