Me Before You
The WVM team is now the WVM Cutest Couple. We brave a long, boring, and ultimately depressing, British piece of propaganda for the cause of Death With Dignity/Right to Die stuff. Lots o’ big worldview nuggets though. Don’t miss it.
The WVM team is joined by two more on this special holiday edition, as we deal with government agencies, scavengers, teenage angst, high school politics, nagging Tony Stark cameos, and a bad guy called the Vulture. All to bring you an analysis of thematic/worldview content, and how it is preached to us.
Cruel Logic and Fixer Upper
The Worldview Media team escapes the clutches of a rigidly logical serial killer. (Don’t worry: we were only there for like six minutes….) Then we talk about thematic content in the home renovation show, “Fixer Upper,” and how the Gaines family models some pretty handy Christian virtues.
Agents Of The Silver Screen: Solo: A Star Wars Story
Blast From the Past
The WVM team emerges from an underground shelter after five half-lives of radioactive decay, into the sunlight of a new world, looking for something called a “liquor store” and a standing Holiday Inn. Then we team up with a girl from Pasadena to load up several trailers full of worldview nuggets.
The Last Kingdom
The WVM team takes refuge in the only remaining kingdom in the whole of England that has not yet been overrun by Danes, Essex. Under the early rule of King Alfred the Great, we witness the intrigue, cunning, conniving, and over-the-top violence, and manage to pull out some interesting worldview nuggets from this BBC original series.
The Queen of Katwe
The WVM team takes a wrong turn at Albuquerque and winds up in a Ugandan slum, but makes the best of it with a jug of warm porridge and a travel chess set, to bring you worldview nuggets from the true story of a hometown girl who makes good.
WVM podcast co-host, Momma Joyce, is away on a fancy-schmancy business trip, so the B-team steps up to talk about our favorite comedy TV series. Why are they funny? What makes them work? Do they still manage to communicate moral and worldview themes?
Avatar: The Last Air Bender
Broadcasting live from just outside the bedroom window of a Fire Nation prince, the WVM team’s collective forehead glows blue as we talk about the popular quasi-anime series, Avatar: The Last Air Bender. Not to be confused with the movie, which is apparently unwatchable for horribleness.