When I was a child, I thought I was surrounded by bad guys. This is not a metaphor. I had the creeping suspicion that everyone I knew—my grandma, the dentist, the children’s pastor at my church, my pre-school teachers, everybody—was…

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Three monuments stand erect in a staggered row along a road that gets little traffic in the town of Ebbing, Missouri; justice, here, like any other place is relegated to the backroads of peoples’ consciousness and not its central thoroughfares.…

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Kenneth Branagh started his prolific career as a stage actor, and while he has since gone on to make a name for himself as a filmmaker, his cinematic endeavors make it abundantly obvious that Branagh has lost no love for…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We get to talk about a movie that was previously not on our radar, but looks to be the gem of the late-summer muck. Hell or High Water gives is a…

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Mark is on assignment this week and this space is being temporarily filled by Mikey Fissel, managing editor at Reel World Theology, in an attempt to make sure no white walkers slip past… Another week of Game of Thrones, another…

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“We still have a long way to go, but hand in hand I know we’ll get there.” -Abraham Lincoln (via letter in the film The Hateful Eight) Any movie that tries to speak to all of the problems with the current…

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In Oakland, California in the early morning hours of New Year’s Day, Oscar Grant III was shot by police at the Fruitvale BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) Station. He would eventually die after hours of surgery to try and save…

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