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    Post good Christian reviews of movies, video games, TV shows etc. ITT

    @kupomog you've sent me on quite the journey here after you linked that Christian review of Moana.

    Though fairly entertaining, I hesitate to recommend this movie based on its moral content. “Office Space” could be construed as saying to viewers that not ever having to work is paradise, whereas the Scriptures tell us that work is one purpose for which we were created (though it is cursed by our sinful state).
    http://christiananswers.net/spotligh...ficespace.html

    We are told repeatedly that bees have been around for 27 million years (which is refuted by Creation Scientists).
    http://christiananswers.net/spotligh...movie2007.html

    The movie reminds me of the Olympic games: we see the greatness of human nature and feel the human need for some kind of Earthly glory. And yet, when we step back, we realize, as Willliam Miller does in this film, that all that glitters is not gold. This film touches the soul, but because Christ is not in it, it doesn’t really touch the spirit.
    http://christiananswers.net/spotligh...ostfamous.html

    While the first movie offered a glimpse of God (i.e., Aunt Mae saying the Lord’s Prayer at the dinner table, while the Green Goblin bears down on her), this movie does less in that regard. There is a scene where Aunt Mae kindly thanks an angel (don’t want to spoil any more than that), but when offered the opportunity to counsel Peter Parker, the encouragement is about how we all have a hero inside of us, helping us to do what is right. Obviously, in different hands, this scene could have been a wonderful testimony for Christ..
    http://christiananswers.net/spotligh...piderman2.html

    “Road Trip” perhaps would better be titled “Road Kill”
    http://christiananswers.net/spotligh.../roadtrip.html
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    Did you guys know that The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie and Happy Feet are morally offensive?

    The film concludes with a rock concert atmosphere, during which SpongeBob dons a wizard’s hat and cape and swoops over a crowd. Hard rock blares while Patrick (wearing the fishnets and boots) makes satanic symbols with his hands.
    Also, the whole entire part where they talk about the animated nudity and sexual innuendos in the fucking SpongeBob movie is amazing, if only due to to the fact that they seem to believe that it will get young, impressionable children a one way ticket to the sex offenders list.

    These characters are not real, and are not even human, so many may choose to gloss over the animated nude scenes, though it sends a wrong message to children that it’s okay to pull down one’s pants for a laugh.

    Sexual innuendo is present, as Patrick is enamored with Mindy and flirts with her constantly, telling her she’s “hot” and asking her at one point if she wants to see his underwear. Will there be little boys on school playgrounds getting charged with sexual harassment after mimicking this sort of behavior coming from their lovable cartoon friend?

    The review for Happy Feet is a lot more positive but apparently the movie's still morally offensive though.

    However, “Happy Feet” is pushing the envelope on the anti-Christian involvement within our society, and it is right that parents have decided not to see it with small, impressionable children.


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    Please shoot me.
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    Dammit, I really wanted to see their opinions on GTA 5. Seems as they haven't reviewed it. At least they have GTA 4.

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    While not a movie, the spotlight homepage is fairly interesting.

    Today’s prayer focus:

    Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Alphabet—owns Google, YouTube, etc.—1 billion users a month. Faith: Secularism, apparently. Politics: Active Liberal, provided major assistance to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. He was a campaign advisor [sic] and major donor to Barack Obama, and is a member of the Bilderberg Group and the Trilateral Commission.

    Please take a moment now to pray for these influential people (prayer suggestions). Don’t just complain about “Hollywood,” PRAY for these influential people.

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    Was gonna include this in the OP but wasn't sure it was as good as the rest of them.
    “Monsters, Inc.” can provide an opportunity to either have a discussions with your child about fears, or it could reinforce them (see my notes at the end). We live in a fearful world presently. Even adults today are anxious over monsters in the mailbox named “Anthrax”.
    http://www.christiananswers.net/spot...nstersinc.html



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