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Steel v Knight: ideology clash on and off screen

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

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
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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

Never LEGO of hope for reconciliation

“Nobody ever said I was special!” – President Business In our last look at The LEGO Movie (soon to be on Blu-ray/DVD) there will be *a lot

Learning to LEGO of toxic lordship

The LEGO Movie might wind up on my short list for movie of the year, despite all the tantalizing offerings from Godzilla to Dinobots and myriad Marvel
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Tigers, Elephants, & A Slice of PI

 by guest reviewer Andrew Thompson The Life of Pi is a stunning tale that takes us into the story of a young man adrift at sea
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ESCAPE FROM PLANET EARTH orbits familiar themes

“I’m the brains and you’re the brawn.” – Gary Supernova Two alien brothers – one glory-seeking and fairly oblivious, feeding on the adulation of his fans,
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WRECK-IT RALPH is a game-changer

Some of the most interesting narrative notes in the movie Wreck-It Ralph aren’t possible to discuss without racing into spoiler territory, which is why we left them

Let’s bring up a THOR subject

Thor continues the string of connected MARVEL comics films that began with Iron Man. Although different in tone, it soars to similar heights thanks to director Kenneth