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"Negative—This movie is extremely offensive to Christians. The movie starts off by reflecting a sad picture of our world, in that the main character, Paul, is an alien who has adopted all the negative traits of humanity, such as profanity, sexual deviance, drunkenness, etc., in his short time on earth.
At about the 50 minute mark, the movie took on a blasphemous tone. The main characters are travelling across the country in an RV with Paul, while being chased by a mysterious government agent. One of their stops leads them to a trailer park in the middle of nowhere, where they encounter a woman with an over-bearing father. The woman and her father are the typical Hollywood portrayal of “Christians”. The father is a domineering, crazed zealot, and the daughter is ignorant and sheltered. She enters their RV the next morning wearing a shirt depicting Jesus shooting Darwin with a pistol and the phrase, “Evolution This,” emblazoned across it. This leads to a dialogue between the woman and the main characters about Evolution vs. Creation. The woman declares that the earth is 4,000 years old and was created by a Creator (God) and that the eye is evidence of that Creator.
The main characters argue in support of evolution and science and are depicted as intelligent, while she is depicted as too dumb to know that science has already solved the riddle of our existence (and it doesn’t include God). Paul jumps out of hiding and demands that the woman explain how his existence fits in with her belief in God. It was at this point that my wife and I chose to leave the theater.
It is a sad commentary on Hollywood that they continue to churn out movies whose sole purpose is clear—destroy Christianity. It truly seemed like they started with the premise, “How can we show how dumb Christians are?”, and then built a movie around it, once they settled on aliens. Avoid this movie. Hollywood must know that we do not support these movies, and the best way is with our wallets.
Moral rating: Extremely Offensive / Moviemaking quality: 2
—Kevin Minatta, age 39 (USA)