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Collin Garbarino

Collin Garbarino

Collin is WORLD’s arts and culture editor. He is a graduate of the World Journalism Institute, the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Louisiana State University and resides with his wife and four children in Sugar Land, Texas.

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Articles by Collin Garbarino
50 is a magic number

50 is a magic number

Schoolhouse Rock! taught a generation how to multiply and turn a bill into a law

MOVIE | A reboot of the half-shell heroes boasts kinetic animation and a lively cast while playing gross-out humor for laughs

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem tops the podium for franchise adaptations, but Miraculous: Ladybug and Cat Noir, the Movie is a disappointment

BOOKS | Russell Moore indicts evangelicals over politics


BACKGROUNDER | The streaming revolution has upended the entertainment industry’s business model

MOVIE | A sparkly, fun aesthetic can’t hide the angry feminism and hollowness at this film’s core

MOVIE | Based on a popular Disney park attraction, this film delivers humor and a likable cast, but certain elements will scare young children

Greta Gerwig’s Barbie raises interesting questions about masculinity and femininity but fails to go deeper than pink existentialism

Secret Invasion is a compelling addition to the Marvel universe while Maggie Smith’s The Miracle Club is worth passing up

MOVIE | Quiet film extols friendship and forgiveness but remains predictable