There are many shows where Christians talk about movies. This is the good one. In-depth, entertaining, biblical analysis for cinephiles and newbies alike.
The Matrix (1999)
Sanity at the Movies talks The Matrix (1999).
28 movies your family will LOVE!
Sanity at the Movies names 28 movies your family will love.
Zach Snyder's Justice League (2021) (Part 2)
Sanity at the Movies concludes their discussion of Zach Snyder's Justice League.
Zach Snyder's Justice League (2021) (Part 1)
Sanity at the Movies reviews Zach Snyder's Justice League.
My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
Is it the best movie about childhood ever made? My Neighbor Totoro by Miyazaki.
The Philadelphia Story (1940)
Sanity at the Movies talks about The Philadelphia Story (1940).
Smart and Fun
I've listened to all or almost all of these episodes, and I can't remember one that didn't entertain and inform. Their latest on Justice League Snyder Version was hilarious. A few episodes back they inspired me to watch The Philadelphia Story, which my wife and daughter also enjoyed. Also, check out their podcast The Ville in which they do original dramedies.
I’m always hyped to listen
I’ve listened to all of their episodes and I cannot wait for every other week for a new episode. It’s def my favorite podcast. They talk about why a movie works/doesn’t work in great detail and with biblical wisdom. They provide great insight on what to see, and what to stay away from. They really do provide Sanity on a topic that is in need of some serious clarifications for Christians. Honestly, I wish they would release every week.
Smug, arrogant, hypocritical, patriarchal, and patronizing. You’re better off getting movie opinions from strangers on the street. This is exactly the type of retrograde nonsense thing that gives Christians a bad name.