On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… It is borderline criminal there has not been a podcast episode on The Princess Bride, a movie universally loved within the Reel World Theology staff and contributors. Reel World staff members David Atwell…

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Ernst Lubitsch’s 1940 film The Shop Around the Corner is a familiar story for many reasons—one being that it is a textbook romantic comedy. The film is “textbook” not because it is a repetition of what came before, but because…

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Happy 30th Birthday, The Princess Bride! Celebrate the legacy of this modern classic with our look at a peculiar sort of pursuit.

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Woah. I’m no stranger to director Alfred Hitchcock’s work, and I have seen Spellbound a few times before this (though it’s been a while), but this movie blew my mind. Not only does it use surrealist ideas and imagery to…

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We were so excited about Rogue One last week, we completely spaced on bringing you a weekend of streaming recommendations from our fine contributors. Well, now that you have seen the latest Star Wars movie 500 times, we’re ready to fill your proverbial stocking…

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Being a father is frequently the most rewarding part of my life, but it is equally and often as terrifying as it is fulfilling. On the one hand, I am given a task of eternal significance, to love and care…

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I never wanted to get married. Sure, I was interested in girls, but as I grew up, I insisted to my family I was going to be a priest so I could serve God and never get married. While I…

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The great thing about memory loss movies is…something important. Huh, well, I seemed to have forgotten. Anyway, with the impending release of Pixar’s latest, the most memorable and impactful character from Finding Nemo, Dory the blue tang fish, returns. Voiced, once again,…

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This review does contain mild spoilers about Moulin Rouge, but seriously, you should watch it. My wife and I love Baz Luhrmann’s 2001 film Moulin Rouge.  Excellent performances by talented actors and musicians, spectacle and humor, and of course love…how could…

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When Leo McCarey won an Academy Award for directing The Awful Truth, he began his acceptance speech with the following: “I want to thank the Academy for this wonderful award, but you gave it to me for the wrong picture.”…

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