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#060 – Age of Ultron and the Isolation of Fear

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

AoU PosterThe Summer blockbuster season officially arrives with all the might of Mjolinir! Avengers: Age of Ultron is dominating the box office and will surely be the second billion dollar movie of the year (and likely not the last!). With audiences pouring into the theaters to see the latest offering from MARVEL and Joss Whedon, it was no surprise that we couldn’t wait to all see this one– twice! Whedon’s characteristic style of upping the stakes while also grounding a film in depth is hard at work in this sequel. This means we have plenty to chat about and there’s no way we covered it all, but we try.

Download Episode 060 Here:
Reel World Theology #060 – Age of Ultron and the Isolation of Fear
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This weeks panel included James Harleman and Josh Crabb.

James Harleman (@harlemanic)
www.cinemagogue.com (@cinemagogue)
YouTube Channel
The Book:
Cinemagogue: Reclaiming Entertainment and Navigating Narrative for the Myths and Mirrors they were Meant to Be

Joshua Crabb (@HeyItsThatJosh)
RWT Contributor
13Past1 Blog

 

Podcast Notes and Links:

Avengers on IMDB

Avengers: Age of Ultron on IMDB

Avengers: Age of Ultron on Rotten Tomatoes

Age of Ultron Review at Reel World Theology

Age of Ultron Review at Reel Gospel

Age of Ultron Review at Christianity Today

Age of Ultron Review at Reel Spirituality

Age of Ultron Review Alternate Take at Reel Spirituality

Avengers Age of Ultron is a Gourmet Cheeseburger for Christian Fans at Christ and Pop Culture

Age of Ultron Review at Norville Rogers

 

Written by Mikey Fissel

Mikey Fissel (@fizzification) is the Creator/Producer/Managing Editor of Reel World Theology. He lives in Greensboro, NC with his wife, Laura, and their son, Jon Luke. He finds much joy from recounting his catch-phrase, "Story is Powerful and Entertainment is Not Mindless..."