It’s hard to believe everything to which we’ve dedicated our lives is gone. —Padme Amidala-Skywalker For over a thousand generations, the Jedi Knights were the guardians of peace and justice in the old Republic. Before the dark times. Before the…

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Yorgos Lanthimos’ seventh directorial feature, The Lobster, is a compulsive critique on societal expectations often assigned to an individual’s relationship status. It’s a dark comedy that is as neurotic as its Greek director (see Dogtooth and The Killing of a…

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I’m not against complex plots, on the contrary, I tend to gravitate toward those types of stories. Though, as I grow older, I’ve noticed a growing love for simpler tales told in minimalist styles. Everything has a place. There’s a…

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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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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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After predicting the box office success of Furious 7, I feel on a roll to make another, bolder prediction. This weekend, you have, what I am hoping and thinking, will be the best Sci-FI movie of 2015. Needless to say, I…

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  BEING FRANK ABOUT ART AND FAME The tortured artist is one of the world’s most common tropes and a common lens through which we tend to view the artistic world.  It’s common to believe that the most wonderful art comes from…

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