Gemini Man provides some interesting discussion regarding the justification for cloning, souls stained by accumulated guilt, and nature versus nurture.
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The Peanut Butter Falcon portrays redemption, brotherhood, and making the best of your natural limitations.
Are we in control of our destinies? Does love really conquer all? The Adjustment Bureau’s cross genre high concept science fiction chick flick somehow manages to answer both questions . . . maybe.
Eve and Tim travel with Spider-Man Far From Home to caution Christians to be wary of deceptive and false teaching and to disciple spiritually immature believers so they won’t be swayed from true doctrine.
Here’s the good, the bad, and the ugly of Avengers: Endgame, along with a Christian worldview discussion on sacrifice, family, and god-complexes.
An artificial god, government control through indoctrination, an unjust war, and belief in an afterlife . . . all this and more in our discussion on Captain Marvel.
Operation Finale is a historical movie that invites discussion on the difference between justice and vengeance and the importance of recognizing the image of God in every human being.
Avengers: Infinity War presents an anti-hero, an anti-savior, and an anti-gospel, all in one non-stop super-hero thriller. Get ready for spoilers!
Ready Player One explores a future society’s addiction to escapism and pop-culture, which prompts the question: Is it a sin for Christians to obsess with pop-culture?
Black Panther speaks to the necessity of good fathers and contains a message of peace and goodwill for all people.
Despite a couple inappropriate scenes, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is an entertaining movie, which explores teamwork, courage, and the importance of living your life with purpose.
Stranger Things is an entertaining homage to the 1980s as well as a complex story that encourages deeper discussion.