When you think of Joan of Arc and the movies, which film comes to mind? For many cinephiles, the quintessential Joan film is Carl Theodor Dreyer’s silent masterpiece, The Passion of Joan of Arc (read Josh Crabb’s review for Dreyer’s…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Spectre is the 24th film in the James Bond franchise and easily the most hyped to date. Through his many iterations, James Bond has delighted and thrilled audiences across multiple generations–…

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Cecil B. DeMille’s depiction of the life of Christ is “a reverent spectacle.” The silent film embodies both piety and theatrics, and features a tranquil Christ in the midst of a melodramatic world. DeMille’s nearly 3-hour epic features scenes and…

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The Mission: Impossible film franchise, with each sequel each promising bigger and more dangerous stunts for its star, Tom Cruise, to attempt, began less with a loud bang and more with a slow burn. Brian De Palma’s 1996 film is…

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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…

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Ryan Gosling’s debut as a director is an ambitious mess. As an actor, he’s come a long way from early films and matured into a capable, brooding, interesting actor who tackles a diverse load of projects. Lost River certainly ain’t…

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