LOLSouth Park is an incredibly dangerous movie for those who do not understand or are developing an understanding of the Gospel ....... INCREDIBLY dangerous! Some of the scenes in South Park reminded me so much of the image of demons screeching and dancing around a boiling cauldron as Satan gleefully looks on from the background as the demons pitch soul after soul after soul into the burning cauldron.
Or better yet, Ezekiel 23:20.Who has a Bible? Go for a trip in Leviticus and Songs of Solomon for porn. The latter especially talks about drinking of a woman's supple bosom and of her nectar.
This guy is way too angry about kids having a good time with their dads watching the South Park movie. I'm sure these kids look back on these memories now fondly, completely unaware of the lunatic who was in the audience silently judging them and jotting down notes about every curse word in the movie.These are but a very few of the examples of ignominy in this sinematic cyanide. And the kids in the audience loved it, almost as much as the adults with them. Many of the children seemed to be laughing because their fathers expected them to laugh, looking up at their fathers, laughing nervously and loudly just so dad would know they were laughing along with him, not likely knowing at what it was they were laughing half the time. As long as dad was laughing. That was reason enough. May God have mercy on us. [Luke 17:2]
Won't somebody think of theunethical treatment of dinosaurs
Mewtwo needs to put on a shirt.Sex: Hugging
Drugs: caffeine addiction
Nudity: experimentation of creatures
Their disgust of men without shirts makes me think of Chris. Men, cover up!Nudity: Animated shirtless men and babies.
Moms cover your children's eyes, those CGI lions nuzzle.Sex: Simba and Nala, childhood friends, fall in love as young adults and nuzzle together.
Into the WoodsSex: Kissing in a few scenes.
Language: Butt-1; What the...? (Not finished)-2
Violence: A snowman's head is kicked off; ice goes through a snowman's mid-section and he jokes he has been impaled; a snowman falls off cliff; a character throws a few characters out of his store; woman hits bad man; a snowman chases a few characters.
Drugs: A drink is seen at a special occasion.
Other: Betrayal and deceit; death; a young girl has magic powers which are not explained and she can freeze things.
High School Musical 3: Senior YearSex: Kissing by a few couples; prince has an affair with the baker's wife but they break it off and she returns to the baker, sorry for what has happened.
Language: OMG-1; Fool-1.
Violence: Young man is hit on the head by his mother several times and it is played for laughs; young man is grabbed by the ear a couple of times; it is not shown but supposedly two women have their toes and heels cut off to fit into Cinderella's slippers; girl brandishes knife for protection; giant woman is hit in the head with a stone from a slingshot and she falls over and dies.
Nudity: There are several scenes which feature cleavage.
Other: A witch uses spell to become young again; it is said a curse was placed by a witch but she gets hers in the end; spell brings dead cow back to life; snakes are seen in the water; tension between characters.
Sex: A couple kiss; A young man kisses girl on cheek; there is a brief close up on a girl's rear who really puts something into her walk and a teen boy sighs.
Nudity: Some dancers are dressed like the Rockettes; a girl wears a short dress; mild cleavage; shirtless young men.
Other: A few high schoolers pull tricks on each other including some guys who hide their teammates clothes and they run through the girl's gym wearing towels in search of their clothes.
You've got cause and effect backward. The movies which have "Dove approved" logos on the front are bad because they feel the need to advertize themselves that way. They Shall Not Grow Old, The Mandalorian, Into the Spider-verse, and Frozen 2 are approved.Anyone remember those animated movies that had those Dove approved logos on the front?
Notice how none of them were actually good movies?
I just wanted an excuse to bump the threadYou've got cause and effect backward. The movies which have "Dove approved" logos on the front are bad because they feel the need to advertize themselves that way. They Shall Not Grow Old, The Mandalorian, Into the Spider-verse, and Frozen 2 are approved.
The wife disagrees about killing Jews no less. But no, that's not a good enough reason to not faithfully agree with what her husband says and does at all times.Nazi war crimes, Nazi war crimes, A BOY DISOBEYS HIS PARENTS, Nazi war crimes, Nazi war crimes, A MAN'S WIFE DISAGREES WITH HIM, Nazi war crimes, SMOKING.
My wife's such a nag. Won't even let me crack open a cold one and commit a bit of genocide with the boys.The wife disagrees about killing Jews no less. But no, that's not a good enough reason to not faithfully agree with what her husband says and does at all times.
They are. Grew up around the types of people who would put child blocking software on their computer just for themselves. Wouldn't be surprised if they frequently read these reviews.Considering that Dove has an "approved for 18+" sticker, I'm thinking that some adults are checking if it's okay for them.
don't forget: "praying in Jesus's name"Their description of Cats was a bit disappointing, until the last line hit me like a freight train.
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The Boy In The Striped Pajamas shows some kind of odd priorities:
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Nazi war crimes, Nazi war crimes, A BOY DISOBEYS HIS PARENTS, Nazi war crimes, Nazi war crimes, A MAN'S WIFE DISAGREES WITH HIM, Nazi war crimes, SMOKING.