Bruised and battered. Lost. Alone. Left behind by friend and foe alike. No resources, no backup, no help on the way. A villain is about to end the world, but the hero is miles away—and in no condition to fight…

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“We must all face reality sooner or later, Dowd.” “Well, I have wrestled with reality for 35 years, Doctor, and I’m happy to state I finally won out over it.” —Dr. Raymond Sanderson & Elwood P. Dowd, Harvey “Why are…

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Movies about persons with disabilities are a curious beast. They have a tightrope to walk. Disability is a difficult thing to deal with and often manifests itself in painful, isolating ways. However, this makes it easy to fall into the…

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David Fincher’s Zodiac (2007) still stands as an example of cinema that succeeds at balancing the visceral thrills and exploitation of true crime narratives with a sensitivity towards those victims, investigators, and involved bystanders who actually lived in the Zodiac’s…

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“The very nature of love is something that requires sacrifice of self; an emptying of ego, pride and want so that the other person becomes the recipient of all that we have to offer…”

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The dam has finally broke in September and there are a ton of new movies coming out this weekend that are worth checking out. We’re especially excited for Johnny Depp’s turn as infamous mobster Whitey Bulger in Black Mass. Also, there…

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Excited for the new Jake Gyllenhaal movie Southpaw? Either catch up on his last movie or watch it afterwards and marvel at his physical transformations in his two most recent films. Griffin recommends Gyllenhaal’s last movie and our other contributors pitch in…

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Last weekend was a great weekend in new movies! Ant-Man opened to a #1 finish and Trainwreck, the new Amy Schumer comedy, opened with a surprising and welcome $30 million. On top of that, both movies were quality movies! Victory! This week,…

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via JR Forasteros Zombeavers – The title is genius. The premise is exactly what it promises. And every time you think it can’t get any crazier, it does. Zombeavers deserves to join the pantheon of great B-horror films. Standard “you’re watching a horror…

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In Theaters Thursday is Reel World Theology’s weekly look at new movies hitting the theaters near you this weekend.  We look at all nationwide releases, as well as some select limited releases that are piquing our interest.  Add your own…

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