If they weren’t being so serious, this would be the funniest website ever. And I’m pretty sure their visitor numbers have multiplied manyfold since being shown on boingboing.net.
So whithout further ado, here is the ChildCare Action Project: Christian Analysis of American Culture.
Notable mentions –
Napolean Dynamite – for its
* attention to crotch
* crotch injury
* pelvic thrusts in dance, repeatedly
A Knight’s Tale – about which it was written
Note that the homosexual inference by the use of two major songs by homo/bisexual artists, “We Will Rock You” [Queen] and “Golden Years” [Bowie] is not likely accidental. At least two homosexual suggestions were presented in the movie serving as more desensitization toward God’s decree that the practice of homosexuality is a sin [1Cor. 7:2; 1Cor. 6:9-10]. It does seem that media available to our teens are presenting more and more matters of homosexuality. [Rom. 16:17; Rom. 16:18].
And then you have Sin City…enjoy
[Update] – what’s that I hear you ask? Which films scored 100?
Of the more than 1000 films CAP analyzed only four films have earned the highest possible CAP final score of 100, including Who gets the House and Grandpa Friendly’s Workshop: Making Friends.