Category Archives: Keep it Reel

Keep it Reel: Kung Fu Panda 2

The Dragon Warrior is back, and now he has respect from his peers and fans flocking to the noodle bar; however something is troubling Po. Po doesn’t know who he is. Finally he has to face up to the fact … Continue reading

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Keep it Reel: Astro Boy

Astro Boy is a robot, only he doesn’t know that. He has been designed to replace the scientist’s deceased son. He is built and dressed to look like Toby, and given his memories. In short he is made in the … Continue reading

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Keep it Reel: Danger in the Manger

The youth group decided that what they liked most in this film, apart from the abseiling donkey, was the journey. The songs and competition were fun and interesting, the ‘Justin Bieber’ character was just like JB, and when Mr Peterson … Continue reading

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Keep it Reel: Hotel Transylvania 2

The problem with Denisovitch is that he is much more Denis than vitch. Continue reading

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Keep it Reel: Wreck it Ralph

On the surface of it, Wreck it Ralph is a film about gaming – as seen from the inside. Who knew that ‘retro’ was just a term for being old – but cool with it. From within, though, we discover … Continue reading

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Keep it Reel: The Croods

 Do not let anyone look down on you because you are young, but be an example for the believers in your speech, your conduct, your love, faith, and purity. 1 Timothy 4:12   Eep is a teenage girl like every … Continue reading

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Keep it Reel:Trolls

Bear one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. Galatians 6:2 What does it mean to be happy? For the all singing, all dancing, multicoloured, glittery, cupcake pooping Trolls it is simply who they are: … Continue reading

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