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Collin Garbarino

Collin Garbarino

Collin is WORLD's Arts and Culture Editor. He is a World Journalism Institute, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Louisiana State University graduate, and he teaches at Houston Baptist University. Collin resides with his wife and four children in Sugar Land, Texas.

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Articles by Collin Garbarino
A fumbled legacy

A fumbled legacy

Black Panther II doesn’t live up to Chadwick Boseman’s work

BOOKS | Author depicts toxic fandom in new book

MOVIE | Grim and pretentious, the latest installment in the DC franchise feels like a missed opportunity

MOVIE | This George Clooney and Julia Roberts rom-com has some strong language but avoids raunchiness and upholds marriage


MOVIE | A heart-rending retelling of the story of Emmett Till forces viewers to confront humanity’s sin and brutality

Black Adam feels like a missed opportunity

Black Adam is entertaining, but it tries too hard to say important things

Nothing Is Impossible is a faith-based film with a Hallmark-style romance

MOVIE | Faith-based sports story offers both inspirational athleticism and romance

TELEVISION | NBC’s reboot of a sci-fi classic lacks what made the original show entertaining