posted on 04/22/2006 2:34:34 PM PDT
posted on 04/22/2006 2:43:05 PM PDT
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"Instead of mocking religious people or portraying them as hypocrites, you're seeing a more straight-up examination of how hard it is to be righteous. And I don't think we're losing anything in terms of dramatic storylines."
From ourselves, it's downright impossible, but through faith in Him righteousness is the simplest thing ever encountered to receive.
posted on 04/22/2006 2:49:59 PM PDT
The Da Vinci Code ....
hahaha hehehehe falling on the floor laughing ... religious movie .... sorry can hardly contain myself.
posted on 04/22/2006 3:12:09 PM PDT
Actually that email originated as a USA Today article, FYI.
posted on 04/22/2006 3:40:06 PM PDT
"The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, "
What religion do these types of fantasy movies portray?
posted on 04/22/2006 3:53:38 PM PDT
("Remember the Alamo, Goliad and WACO, It is Time for a new San Jacinto")
When I want to watch a Christian film, I prefer to watch the ones made by people who are actual Christians, e.g. Cloud Ten Productions, Dave and Rich Christiano, David White and Kevin Downes, etc. Call me crazy, but I don't trust secular Hollywood's new versions of "religious" films. (especially if they're going to include The DaVinci Code in that genre)
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posted on 04/22/2006 4:05:55 PM PDT
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Before Mel Gibson's telling of the Crucifixion, "we all knew we had a lot to learn about this market, which was obviously underserved," says Steve Feldstein of 20th Century Fox's new division, Fox Faith.
Interesting article. Thanks for posting it!
posted on 04/22/2006 5:05:58 PM PDT
by Alex Murphy
To: Iam1ru1-2; NYer
Let's not forget the epic masterpiece:
Lord of the Beans
posted on 04/22/2006 8:25:44 PM PDT
(A mother's sorrowful heart and personal sacrifice redeems her lost child's soul.)
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