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Re: The music is an entirely different thing from the movie
• Posted by: Randel DeWees   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, December 2, 2005, at 4:21 p.m.
• IP Address: 64.75.162.106
• In Response to: The music is an entirely different thing from ... (Taran Gingery)

> The music is an entirely different thing from the movie or the books. I
> admit to being a Christian and greatly enjoying the Harry Potter books and
> movies. I see the danger in them, but I see no reason to condemn them as
> seriously as you have. Also, any movie has nothing to do with the music in
> it. I know several movies that I hate but the music I love. The Harry
> Potter movies I understand could be offensive to people (though not to
> me), but the music is lovely, exciting and motivating. I am a John
> Williams fan and will continue to collect his music regardless what movie
> it is written for.
You see danger in a movie made for children? Why? Because it leads people from believing in other fantasies such as a cosmic sky daddy and the rest of the "sanctioned" tales of anger, intolarance, control and murder? When will we ever blow the whistle on all this religious crap? It's as if people don't want to think for themselves. One thing I can say is once I know someone's religion I can easily predict their position on vertually any issue put before them. They become transparent. It reminds me of a doll with a pull string to access a recording, so when one asks a question of a christian they just pull a string and out pours the same old response TOLD to them by articulate advocates of their faith. THINK FOR YOURSELF! Danger in a child's film? Have we no backbone? No inate understanding? God save us from religion.(X@




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