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Sharp Claws & Harm… an ode to THE WOLVERINE

NOTE: Wolverine stabs a LOT of people. Just go back and watch X2, or read any number of Wolverine comics. However, as the new film opens,
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Why SUPERMAN still looks good at 75 years old…

(Honestly, I don’t think Clark looks a day over 30.) Although there are a great number of combinant cultural factors why Superman has endured 75 years,
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WWE and Theology

“Greatness is never given: it is earned. So you work harder, dream bigger… chase, capture, and conquer history.” – John Cena, Wrestlemania 29 Legacy and redemption:
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Goodbye to an inspiration

Roger Ebert understood the power of story. Before the internet had tubes, before Apple Trailers and Facebook, DVRs and XBox Live… before all the ways we
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Pacific Northwest Cinemagogue Conference

It’s my hope that, eventually, you stop listening to me. Encouraging feedback from pastors, filmmakers, students and homemakers has provided some of the most potent fuel
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Anticipation 2013: Thinking Forward

Most days Cinemagogue is reviewing films that have come out. Today we wanted to look forward and get the mental gears turning for 2013. There are
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Top 10 movies of 2012

Nobody’s perfect, art involves subjectivity, and everybody has bias. That being said, Cinemagogue’s primary reviewer has seen over 60 new releases in 2012 and we thought
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Soiling Yourself, part two

Last week, our book on engaging story and movies, on image-bearing and our Creator, published! It’s available here and on Amazon.com in print and Kindle editions. We’ll be posting an excerpt from each chapter
CineMUSINGS

Soiling Yourself, part one

Last week, our book on engaging story, movies, image-bearing and our Creator published and is available here and on Amazon.com in print and Kindle editions. We’ll be posting an excerpt from each chapter to