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The Gospel for Han Solo

(this review only speaks to the old films and the trailer for The Force Awakens: no spoilers.) I’ve written quite a bit about Star Wars… on this site, and
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SPECTREs and Siblings Shaken on Screenfish

I had the opportunity to team up with my friends at Screenfish and weigh in on the latest entry in the Bond franchise, SPECTRE. I make a new friend
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Getting Personal with Popcorn Theology

I hope it never ceases to feel weird when people say “you inspired me” or “you changed my life”. After more than a decade of expressing myself in regard
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CRIMSON PEAK & Reel World Theology

I joined in with my friend Mikey and others at Reel World Theology for a joint review of Del Toro’s Crimson Peak with commentary on the horror genre. We have
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The Ins and Outs of INSIDE OUT

Enjoy our video review or written review below: “After young Riley is uprooted from her Midwest life and moved to San Francisco, her emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust
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The REAL Hero of BIG HERO 6

I must have been in the wrong mood when I saw Big Hero 6 in the theater. My recollection was “meh” but when I viewed it again for a
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Guardians of the Galaxy Review: part 2

Life and death, frustration and loss..for a fun family film, Guardians of the Galaxy starts off with a a heavy tone that’s quite the contrast to the otherwise rollicking soundtrack. Are
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Guardians of the Galaxy Review: Part 1

It’s rare that we have a guest reviewer for Cinemagogue, let alone one as insightful and discerning as this fella. He also has a unique insider’s view on The Guardians of
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14 movies for 2014: The Cinemagogue Lineup

Once again, it’s that time of year when Hollywood’s snobbery surfaces with Oscar-sized pats on the back for pretentious cinematic achievements that didn’t make much money… Okay, that’s harsh, but