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Evil and Offensive

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Evil and Offensive   Saturday, November 27, 2010 (5:48 p.m.) 

In response to the review concerning Alien Resurrection, I have a hard time believing that any Christian who fears God and wants his will to be done in there lives would be justified in seeing this movie or listening to its music. Although I am a fan of the Alien Saga, I cannot say that I have seen this movie and for a very good reason. I do however have the script on my computer and have read it. I was appalled by the excessive language and portrayal of violence. Almost every third line on the script had Profane Language, and there was also excessive language in the caption notes (Text other than dialogue). I had to edit out the Profanity and replace them with text that was cleaner and readable. The music was just as evil and offensive when I sampled it. There is absolutely no respect for God in this movie or soundtrack (one real reason why God's children shouldn't be watching it)...



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Re: Evil and Offensive   Saturday, November 27, 2010 (7:42 p.m.) 
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I completely agree


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Re: I agree....   Saturday, November 27, 2010 (8:17 p.m.) 

> In response to the review concerning Alien Resurrection, I have a hard
> time believing that any Christian who fears God and wants his will to be
> done in there lives would be justified in seeing this movie or listening
> to its music. Although I am a fan of the Alien Saga, I cannot say that I
> have seen this movie and for a very good reason. I do however have the
> script on my computer and have read it. I was appalled by the excessive
> language and portrayal of violence. Almost every third line on the script
> had Profane Language, and there was also excessive language in the caption
> notes (Text other than dialogue). I had to edit out the Profanity and
> replace them with text that was cleaner and readable. The music was just
> as evil and offensive when I sampled it. There is absolutely no respect
> for God in this movie or soundtrack (one real reason why God's children
> shouldn't be watching it)...

Christian,this guy knows what he's talking about. Alright......back to the porn channel.



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Re: Evil and Offensive   Saturday, November 27, 2010 (9:14 p.m.) 

> In response to the review concerning Alien Resurrection, I have a hard
> time believing that any Christian who fears God and wants his will to be
> done in there lives would be justified in seeing this movie or listening
> to its music. Although I am a fan of the Alien Saga, I cannot say that I
> have seen this movie and for a very good reason. I do however have the
> script on my computer and have read it. I was appalled by the excessive
> language and portrayal of violence. Almost every third line on the script
> had Profane Language, and there was also excessive language in the caption
> notes (Text other than dialogue). I had to edit out the Profanity and
> replace them with text that was cleaner and readable. The music was just
> as evil and offensive when I sampled it. There is absolutely no respect
> for God in this movie or soundtrack (one real reason why God's children
> shouldn't be watching it)...

Can you expand on this comment?

"The music was just as evil and offensive when I sampled it. There is absolutely no respect for God in this movie or soundtrack (one real reason why God's children shouldn't be watching it)..."

Putting the movie aside, what exactly did you find offensive about the music?



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Oh, dear...   Saturday, November 27, 2010 (10:42 p.m.) 

If Jesus liked film scores, he would enjoy this score (not love it). The movie is trash. The score is decent.


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- - O, Where Do I Begin!   Sunday, November 28, 2010 (6:45 a.m.) 
• Now Playing: Holy Smoke by Badalamenti! ;)  

> In response to the review concerning Alien Resurrection, I have a hard
> time believing that any Christian who fears God and wants his will to be
> done in there lives would be justified in seeing this movie or listening
> to its music. Although I am a fan of the Alien Saga, I cannot say that I
> have seen this movie and for a very good reason. I do however have the
> script on my computer and have read it. I was appalled by the excessive
> language and portrayal of violence. Almost every third line on the script
> had Profane Language, and there was also excessive language in the caption
> notes (Text other than dialogue). I had to edit out the Profanity and
> replace them with text that was cleaner and readable. The music was just
> as evil and offensive when I sampled it. There is absolutely no respect
> for God in this movie or soundtrack (one real reason why God's children
> shouldn't be watching it)...

1. First off my well meaning but misguided post friend. For the record, Christians DO NOT FEAR GOD, we LOVE God. We believe and act from a positive motivation, not out of fear. I pray we have left the 12th century and the Inquisition, but you give me pause.

2. You are a fan of the saga but have not seen this film? Do you understand that this cannot be reconciled? What were you thinking?

3. The language of the characters reflect the characters - the same as in life. Language in and of itself is not evil or profane, but the intent of the speaker may be. You confuse the two.

4. Music (soundtracks) cannot be evil, only human beings can be evil.

5. If you have not seen the movie, how do you know that it does not respect God? The point of the film was like that of Frankenstein - man losing his way while wielding the power of creation. In this film creating a human-alien hybrid with a disastrous outcome.

In a free society we accept expressions for which we may not agree. My counsel to all religious zealots like yourself - turn the critical lens inwards on your soul as it is there that the battle for God's Grace must be waged. Clearly, you have lost your correct focus and life path.

Now, can we get back on message!

With all due sincerity.



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Re: - - O, Where Do I Begin!   Sunday, November 28, 2010 (9:24 a.m.) 

Not to mention he addressed "Profane Language" like it was a person. Although, I think he might have forgot the Angus Dei cues from ELliot Goldenthal's scores. I thought it was funny he was a fan and he's never seen the movies. I had a derailment on th tracks in my brain when I read that



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Re: - :O - O, Where Do I Begin!   Monday, November 29, 2010 (4:21 p.m.) 

> Not to mention he addressed "Profane Language" like it was a
> person. Although, I think he might have forgot the Angus Dei cues from
> ELliot Goldenthal's scores. I thought it was funny he was a fan and he's
> never seen the movies. I had a derailment on th tracks in my brain when I
> read that

I wonders more about the profane language - well it's not the first film in the saga with profane language.



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