However, Godzilla: King of the Monsters maintains the legacy of the franchise in a way that the 1998 or 2014 do not because of their overtly Western narrative frameworks. It concentrates on the kaiju, first and foremost, while obscuring the human stories in order to broaden the thematic world beyond the human perspective, and it maintains the environmental critique that has been present since the first film. Within the legacy of Toho, the film is everything one could expect.

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We sit down to chat about DC Comics’ second offering this year, Suicide Squad. The film actually gives us a chance to talk about a curious trend of disconnect between audiences and…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: The Revenant is a film that seems almost impossible to live up to the hype. Alejandro Iñárritu’s follow-up film to his Academy Award-winning film, Birdman (including two incredible actors in Tom…

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