“Who killed the world?” This question haunts the now five-year-old masterpiece Mad Max: Fury Road. Though it is only uttered twice in the film, the state of Fury Road’s world demands it be asked. The barren desert landscape bears witness…

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In a long and storied career, Mel Gibson has been an integral part of movies since he and George Miller worked together on 1979’s Mad Max. Gibson became an out-and-out star and arguably became an A-List celebrity. That is until he became…

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With this weekend’s release of The Secret Life of Pets, it got me to thinking about previous movies starring pets that talked. I’m not talking about movies with just talking animals, of which there are a ton, but those that feature…

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Prince Rogers Nelson, the artist we always knew as Prince, even when he didn’t want to be known by that name, sadly passed away this past Thursday at the age of 57. While the circumstances of his death remain somewhat…

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Satyajit Ray, the famous and artistically brilliant director of films like Pather Panchali, The Big City, and Charulata, among others, once said, “The director is the only person who knows what the film is about.” Directors are the ones blazing a trail through…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: One of our most anticipated movies of the Summer may have just become one of the best movies of the year. With levels of hype that seemed unachievable, Fury Road surpassed…

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Just when you thought that Avengers: Age of Ultron was destined to be the most action-packed and relentless film of the blockbuster season, Mad Max: Fury Road comes thundering into theaters. Director George Miller has returned to his beloved franchise after a thirty-year…

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I’m back at it this week with a brand new Top 5 Tuesday and we’re finally looking ahead to 2015! There are a LOT of movies we here at Reel World Theology are looking forward to in 2015.  None bigger…

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