“Every village and small country place is full of people who’ve just come and settled there without any ties to bring them. The big houses have been sold, and the cottages have been converted and changed. And people just come…

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Last year’s Avengers: Infinity War was quite a unique film. Part cliffhanger, part villain-as-protagonist character piece; the movie had all the makings of standard superhero epic, and assembled the most powerful characters that really matter to most of the moviegoing…

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This weekend is quite a big weekend for new movies! There are a couple releases that have us really excited this week, including the newest animation to  live-action Disney movie. Plus, if you saw the 2013 indie-thriller smash, Blue Ruin, then…

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Now that January is officially behind us, this February starts with some solid releases that promise to vie heavily for box office and critical supremacy. In the past couple of Februarys, we have seen surprising movies like The LEGO Movie, Kingsmen: The…

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I think I have finally recovered off my high from watching Avengers: Age of Ultron enough to continue my regularly scheduled programming. Since I have had my fill of “punchsplosions”, as one friend of Reel World Theology put it in his…

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One of the benefits of not being one of those fortunate reviewers who gets a screener or gets an early pass to see a movie everyone is waiting for is the chance to not only react to the movie but …

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It is a mere 10 days until Marvel Madness (a disease known to cause fits of hysteria, cosplay, and long lines for midnight showings) to grip America and theaters around the world. Two Marvel movies made a combined $593 million…

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The Oscars is just a meager 12 days away, and this week we are moving from the supporting roles to the leading roles. This may be the toughest category to nail down this year, as the performances by leading women…

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by Mark Wingerter (@MarkWingdinger) Mark Wingerter is a writer, filmmaker, and musician with a passion for story. In his “Re:View” series, he will not only be exploring movies from the past, but helping you understand why they are worth revisiting.…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We talk about Spike Jonze film, Her, about a man, in the “not too distant future”, who falls in love with his operating system. This film, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Scarlett Johansson, Rooney…

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