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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In the transition period between the first third and middle third of Thor: Ragnarok, the God of Thunder is subdued in a chair and forced into a gladiatorial-like arena to battle its champion. Before he enters the arena, his previous…

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I loved Snow White and the Huntsman, it was a lovely, dark take on the age-old story that expanded the original world into a bigger place for the imagination to dwell. You can read my review for it right here.…

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I love fairy tales, they are my favorite stories. The darker the better, though I do like light and funny ones on occasion too. Fairy tales are another form of parables, as they are stories with deep meanings put very…

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If you ever need an excuse to the movie theater, tomorrow’s Earth Day holiday is the perfect excuse. There are not any movies that have anything to do with conserving our planet, but hey, why not celebrate by watching Chris…

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One week. Seven days. You know what I am getting at. In other movie news, that doesn’t rhyme with “car boars”, we’ve got a great slate of new movies this week! Chris Hemsworth is back in theaters taking on giant…

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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: On this episode of the podcast we take a look at the second movie in the Thor franchise, which is also the second movie in phase two of MARVELs cinematic master…

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