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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
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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
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IRON MAN THREE – A Stark Christmas Carol

An anxiety-ridden Stark must deal with control issues in the third Iron Man film, the third installment in shell-head’s franchise spun into a pulpy
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GRAVITY from down under

It seems the new film by Alfonso Cuaron orbited into Australia’s view before I could feel the GRAVITY of the hit film starring Sandra
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Our Ticket to ELYSIUM

“But our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior…” – Philippians 3:20 My first thought sitting in the glow of credits following Elysium’s
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THE WOLVERINE – There Can Be Only One

“Nothing is without meaning.” – Mariko Hugh Jackman and James Mangold have finally given us The Wolverine solo movie we wanted four years ago.
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New KIRKS Judged by Old KHANS

Star Trek Into Darkness has debuted to positive reviews, and while it may not have boldly gone where no domestic revenue markers have gone
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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
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Life and Legacy in LOOPER

“We both know how this has got to go down…”  In addition to great acting, effects, and story concepts, Looper provides some moral conundrums