Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 – Movie Review

By: Reel Dialogue

Over the past decade, no one could have predicted that audiences would fall in love with this band of outer space misfits. Read more

Love Again – Movie Review

By: Russ Matthews

There is something about the company you keep, especially who you choose to go to the movies with. Read more

‘Book Club: The Next Chapter’ – Resets Views on Ageing

By: Laura Bennett

Do you view the events of your life as something that happens to you, or that you have some kind of say over? Read more

‘Fast X’ Has Too Many Characters And Storylines: Movie Review

By: Russ Matthews

The Fast and the Furious franchise continues to confound the film industry and satisfy a worldwide fanbase. Read more

‘On a Wing and a Prayer’ – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

By: Russ Matthews

Dennis Quaid’s career has become a series of faith-based films over the past few decades. Read more

Polite Society: A Comical Action Star in a Sari

By: Russ Matthews

The challenge with the marketing for Polite Society is moving past the thought that this is a standard Bollywood production about two sisters. Read more

Video Game Rights Becomes Compelling Viewing in ‘Tetris’

By: Russ Matthews

The brilliance of Tetris is how such a simple game could become so addictive and then maintain its hold on generations of players. Read more

The Super Mario Bros Movie Best For Fans Only [Movie Review]

By: Russ Matthews

Since their introduction in the original Donkey Kong game in 1981, who could have guessed that Mario and Luigi would go on to influence generations of gamers? Read more

‘Champions’ – a Humorous, Inspiring Story of Special Olympic Athletes

By: Russ Matthews

Bobby Farrelly is best known for partnering with his brother, Peter, on many iconic, albeit borderline offensive comedies, like Dumb and Dumber, Shallow Hal, and There’s Something About Mary. Read more

‘Jesus Revolution’ Star Joel Courtney on Faith and Fame

By: Steff Willis

Based on the book of the same name, Jesus Revolution follows real life youth pastor Greg Laurie (Joel Courtney), Christian hippie Lonnie Frisbee (Jonathan Roumie) and pastor Churck Smith (Kelsey Grammar) as they are impacted by the Jesus movement in Calfifornia during the 60s and 70s. Read more