Monday, January 29, 2007

The Culture of Hollywood is a Zoo

The film "Zoo"marks the lowest depth to which Hollywood has plummeted. What's the only moral barrier left to break since "Million Dollar Baby" and "Brokeback Mountain"? Yup. No more species-centric relationships for me! And the Sundance Film Festival, sponsored by Robert Redford promoted this outrage.
Remember which film won the People's Choice Award at the Toronto Film Festival? It was "Bella". THIS is what happens when normal people are allowed a voice in their entertainment choices.
Speaking of choices, I met a couple, Deborah, and Jonathan Flora,(formerly of Disney Studios) at Bloggers for Life, who just produced the pro-life film, "A Distant Thunder" a supernatural thriller based on the facts of Partial-Birth Abortion. It is difficult to watch because of it's emotional realism, and terrifying flashbacks, but it packs an unforgettable punch in it's ending. It reminds me of "The Exorcism of Emily Rose" in it's message and powerful surprise ending, whose message won't easily be forgotten.

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