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 Good Source of Wisdom

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Oct 01, 2001
I found a really nice site that reviews movies in the Christian point of view. ChildCare Action Project (CAP) Ministry Reports. It features and rates most popular movies and cites their good points and bad points. As was to be expected South Park was the worst movie recorded due to it's highly influential nature and American Psycho the most immoral on their record.

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I do not wish to be considered a troll, I just wish to expose, here on this incredible site, a new controversy. I am sure that my fellow christians will appreciate this site as it gives excelente guidelines as to which movies are moral and wholesome and those that are not. I, for one, was shocked to see A Bug's Life receive such a low score for so much Rated "R" violence!

I'll be sure to use CAP Alert whenever I wish to see a new movie to orient me.


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by SpaceGhoti on Mon Oct 1st, 2001 at 05:41:01 PM PST
I remember that site! They pointed it out in Brunching Shuttlecocks! The world is still wondering how Star Wars could be marked off for Carrie Fisher's "breast jiggle." I mean, who really looks for that stuff?

Hilarious site.

A troll's true colors.


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