[This post contains mild spoilers.] I suppose when you’re dealing with apocalyptic themes, it’s hard to get away from the Bible, but I was surprised by the… Read more “The Avengers’ “I AM”: a Vision of Jesus?”
I’ve got a piece over at The Federalist on Joss Whedon’s run in with some angry Twitter trolls. Last weekend, thousands of mindless drones appeared out of nowhere,… Read more “Feminism’s Age of Ultron”
I was on Fox News this weekend, talking about Christian themes in Disney’s Frozen. Watch the video here.
Disney’s Frozen might be the most Christian movie that I have seen this year. That’s saying a lot since Man of Steel was self-consciously trying to be… Read more “Exploring Dante’s Inferno in Disney’s Frozen”
Thousands of moviegoers left the 2012 blockbuster The Avengers demanding more of Tom Hiddleston’s Loki, and Thor: the Dark World has not disappointed these fans. Loki steals… Read more “Loki Have I Loved, But Thor Have I Hated”
Over at First Things I comment on the philosophical ramifications of the Smurfs 2 trailer. Read it here.
Originally posted on Reflection and Choice:
My colleague, Randy Wilson, is disenchanted with the superhero movie. He’s concerned that the overblown CGI robs us of our imagination.…
Warner Brothers just released its first trailer for the second The Hobbit movie. I think this trailer gives us some important information about the movie. At the 50… Read more “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Peter Jackson”
Robert Downey Jr. is back as Tony Stark in Iron Man 3. I found his performance every bit as delightful as previous installments. Though still witty, Tony Stark has… Read more “Iron Man Grows Up”
Though Easter 2013 has recently passed, I have just gotten around to watching one of the movies from Christmas 2012. This weekend my family watched DreamWorks’ The… Read more “The Christian Imagery of DreamWorks’ Guardians”