Monday, April 16, 2012

If you go to see the Three Stooges movie...

...then you are part of the problem.  No excuses. No "C'mon all my friends have seen it."

 What, are you twelve? Would you follow your friends over a cliff?

No,"It's a joke, don't you have a sense of humour?"

 No, "I'm a devout Catholic and it made me laugh."

None of those crappy excuses will do.  You are part of the problem. That is all.


Chudah said...

I wasn't aware of the controversy with the movie until you it mentioned here, not that I was interested in seeing it in the first place (I love the original shorts too much to let another Hollywood remake tarnish my childhood memories).

This doesn't surprise, though. I rarely watch anything coming out of Hollywood these days. Everything is tainted with their propaganda. It galls me to no end when I perfectly good movie has some anti-Christian element forced into the script (even if it's just a few lines) for no other reason than to continually trod upon the faith. It's become so obvious and in your face, too.

Steve "scotju" Dalton said...

I love the Stooges, but I won't be seeing this movie. There's absolutely no reason to shoehorn Anti-Catholicism into this movie, and it was bigotry to cast Larry Davids, of pissing on a picture of Christ infamy, as a nun. Nope, I'm giving this flick a poke in the eyes! N'yuck, n'yuck, n'yuck!

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

Is that [I just read about act I of film on wiki, without paying film makers a dime] what they put on cinema today?