cinema reviews

ANT-MAN: big lessons in small packages

Tell me what kind of man will I be? This fun, “smaller” Marvel movie about a heist spotlights a man seeking to be an example, but often coming up… well,
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AGE OF ULTRON: 2 Avengers 2 Reviews

With the Avengers about to fall into a CIVIL WAR, it felt timely to post some reviews of their last gathering, with reflections on the Marvel Cinematic Universe as
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Yippee ki-yay, Merry Christmas

John McClane, officer of the NYPD, tries to save wife Holly and several others, taken hostage by German terrorist Hans Gruber during a Christmas party at the Nakatomi Plaza
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One Batch… Two Batch…

…PENNY AND DIME. So over the last year or so I’ve been making the rounds of other faith-and-film podcasts, from Screenfish to Reel World Theology and Popcorn Theology. Sometimes
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10 Reasons Superman’s Dad was RIGHT.

With Batman v Superman flying into theaters soon, and the MCU about to have a Civil War, the morality and ethics of “superheroing” is coming sharply into question. As
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THE WITCH: Agency for Eating Babies

While many Christians heard about the Satanic Temple’s support of Robert Eggers’ creepy 1630 horror flick “The Witch“ and ran the other way, I had the alternate instinct: the devilish endorsement made me want
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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