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Lisa Ann Orkin,
It is pathetic to see a movie (if you can call it that) have as it's sole purpose to ridicule and denigrate and misrepresent Christians.It is based on stereotypes. don't waste your time watching this garbage. check out Chris Mullins movie "Ragamuffin" instead. Why does Hollywood see the need to malign Christians time after time? What ever happened to the days when Hollywood would make movies that did not depict Christians in a negative light? Islam would never suffer from this type of stereotyping.Was this movie funny? not in the least.Who actually paid to have this made? There are scenes in the movie that depict Christians attending a concert and have their arms up as if they are just plain zombies.Go to a real Christian concert and you will see why people raise their arms .It is to praise God. Shame on the producers and actors who made this junk.
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