Amen. Second it.
As a former f/f I found “None But the Brave” very good. It’s about the 19 fitefighters that died in AX
>>Liberals have learned to be subtler in their art, interweaving their political and secular themes in well-made dramas, so that even some viewers repulsed by the political message will endure the soft indoctrination because the stories are otherwise entertaining.
They learned it and mastered it. But the realities of End-Stage Progressivism made them forget it. I have quit watching most TV shows because of their in-your-face fascism.
It stars Ving Rhames, who is a powerhouse in the role of an inner city pastor.
It was written by a friend of mine, Mike Jackson (not the pop singer), who told me it mirrored his life, which is funny because I thought it mirrored my life.
It is universal in a unique way. It is the opposite of preachy and the ending is a devastating deliverance.
Do yourself a favor and watch this movie.
In contrast, "Thor: Ragnarok" is expected to take in $100 million plus over the weekend. That is taking the box office by storm.
This is why I love the movie “The Apostle” so much. It shows the two sides to every Christian (and every human being).