Category Archives: Movie Reviews

Disney’s Frozen and Homosexuality

I recently watched Disney’s Frozen and wrote a movie review based on the responses to a Facebook status I made. Another conversation began, except this time in regards to Frozen and the Homosexual Movement: Sidenote: My thoughts on how Christians ought to respond to the homosexual movement can be found here, perhaps it would be […]
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Movie Review: Frozen

Disney’s Frozen, based on Hans Christian Anderson’s The Snow Queen, communicates that true love sacrifices. More or less, Frozen is presented from a biblical worldview. Anna acts as a Christ figure in her sacrificial death and her resurrection. However, the song ‘Let it Go’ seems to overshadow this biblical lesson. After I watched the movie I posted […]
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Movie Review: The Purge

The Purge, written and directed by James DeMonaco, is a horror movie depicting a future American society (the year 2022), as a “nation reborn.” This nation has eliminated crime by allotting a twelve hour period, called “the Purge,”  in which all crime is legal. The reasoning behind creating the purge is that all humans have […]
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Movie Review: Despicable Me: 2

I absolutely loved Despicable Me (the original), so I was looking forward to watching Despicable Me: 2. I highly enjoyed the second movie as evidenced by the fact that I watched it four separate times. The movie has some really funny, quotable lines to go with the family focused theme and the classic super-villian rivalry. […]
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Movie Review: The Benchwarmers

The Benchwarmers appears to be a delightful film about conquering fears and confronting bullying. However, this film is more about sexual innuendo, the homosexual agenda, and teaching children to “fight fire with fire.” The characters use sexual innuendos gratuitously in both words and actions. The homosexual agenda is evident by one of the character’s promotions of movies with […]
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