Warring Road Trips: “The Wizard” and “1917”

What does it mean to struggle with a personal crisis?  What does it mean to be going through hell?  How can movies harness those ideas?

In “1917” we see two soldiers have to go behind enemy lines to stop British troops from being slaughtered.  In “The Wizard” we see the character of a severely depressed child used so that the filmmakers can sell video games.

Both movies are out on Blu-ray today, but only one is worth buying.  Click below to listen and don’t forget to subscribe.

photo credit:  Universal Pictures Home Entertainment/Shout! Select



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