Are You Just Watching?
Stowaway addresses the age-old philosophical question of whose life has more value when someone must die so that others may live.
It’s not all chaos and grief . . . there’s a moral to the story of WandaVision.
The true heir to Avengers: Endgame, WandaVision dives into the consequences and the politics of a world fractured by the Blip.
February was a dry month for movies, so once again we’re giving you a glimpse into what we've been watching for our own enjoyment.
The Pixar movie Soul uses a godless philosophy to chase the spark of living from before birth through death and onto the path to the Great Beyond.
Loyal, brave, true, devotion to family . . . and gender roles, deceit, and the energy of life in Disney's live-action Mulan!
Persecution, faith, and the struggle to evolve in X-Men: Apocalypse.
"How you have fallen from the heavens! You destroyer of nations . . ."—Tim and Eve discuss Satan in relation to X:Men Apocalypse.
“What happens, happened” and other mind-bending philosophical anachronisms brought to you courtesy of Christoper Nolan’s TENET
With few movies to choose from once again, we’re giving you a glimpse into our own personal viewing habits and how we apply the principles that we teach.