J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot studios have surprised with genre movie conventions layering callbacks to their B-movie origins and bigger cinematic influences. 2001’s Joy Ride the first feature-length movie ever produced by Abrams’ studio, mixed thriller pulp storytelling about a mysterious killer…

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There’s nothing like a trusted mentor and teacher to change your life for the better. That’s the idea behind one of my favorite movies, The King’s Speech (2010), based on a true story from the life of King George VI.…

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We have a duty to a crucial truth. Explore it with us and The Post.

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: The new Planet of the Apes trilogy has been one of the more surprisingly satisfying set of films over the past decade. What could have been yet another stale or bland…

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There is a quote that goes around attributed to François Truffaut about the incapability of making an anti-war film. This quote was used often by Roger Ebert, but is actually quite difficult to pin down its actual source. Truffaut does…

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From the time World War II began to today’s best picture nominee Hacksaw Ridge, there have been many, many great movies set in and around the second great war. With the sheer number of films in this sub-genre, especially those…

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When you think of Paul Verhoeven, what comes to mind? Master of provocation? Master of satire? Master of cult classics? One thing is certain, Verhoeven has always been a divisive filmmaker. When first making his way to make films in American…

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With the mere mention of a new creative endeavor by Mel Gibson, the public memory once again recalls the man’s actions ten years ago as he drunkenly accosted police with anti-Semitic and misogynistic language. It was an ugly scene and…

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There is, perhaps, no one owed a greater debt to modern filmmaking than Steven Spielberg. The man himself has literally created his own genre of movies and countless filmmakers in every aspect of production invoke Spielberg as some sort of…

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The first weekend of June means you definitely need to take a break from the summer sun and watch something on the internet. Our contributors offer up their picks to be a balm to the aching need of filling up…

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