On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… With the recent release of Wes Anderson’s new animated film, Isle of Dogs, it made sense to venture back to his previous animated movie, Fantastic Mr. Fox. This month, Josh Crabb is joined…

Read more

This weekend proves to be a glut of new movies, most of which are festival darlings releasing on the same weekend as the Cannes Film Festival is in full swing. Since there is so much ground to cover, let’s get…

Read more

Now that January is officially behind us, this February starts with some solid releases that promise to vie heavily for box office and critical supremacy. In the past couple of Februarys, we have seen surprising movies like The LEGO Movie, Kingsmen: The…

Read more

With the passing of January on the Reel World Theology calendar, we squarely focus our sights on 2016 and what has us gnawing at our limbs in anticipation. We put together our collective heads together and mashed together our separate…

Read more

In the year 2000…. Alejandro González Iñárritu made his directorial debut with one of the best movies of the year.  In the year 2000…. Robert Zemeckis and The Coen Brothers added more classics to their treasury of great movies. In the…

Read more

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Another highly anticipated Summer movie that was hard pressed to follow up Fury Road. Even though we admit that it isn’t the movie to see of the Summer, Tomorrowland gives us plenty…

Read more

May has been quite the month for new releases. First, we had Avengers: Age of Ultron, which was a massive success and a really fun movie. Then, this past week had two really great releases in the Box Office topper Pitch…

Read more

Have you settled down after seeing Mad Max: Fury Road? Perhaps you are still beaming and shimmying from this weekend’s viewing of Pitch Perfect 2. Perhaps, like my compatriot here at Reel World Theology, you took in both and are torn between…

Read more

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

monuments

We take a look at The Monuments Men, a George Clooney joint. With a near-all-star cast, this movie, about an unlikely World War II platoon tasked to rescue art masterpieces from Nazi thieves and return them to their owners, hasn’t made as much of a splash as I think it would have hoped, but, it does have a very clear message about the value of history, art, and human life. It also speaks about human legacy and what matters in the annals of time. We try to dissect where the film is pointful and where it is just fun— and with this cast, it certainly had a bit of both.

Read more

Some movies you enjoy for the incredible actors. Some for the amazing story and slice of life you get to see as you take in the hours of entertainment. These days, almost all have a visual element that would’ve been…

Read more

10/10
WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com