Archive for July 17th, 2011

For most people the nature of film allows one to be less discerning concerning the message and underlining worldview that is being communicated through the movie itself.  Sometimes parents think that just because a  film  is rated G or PG that would mean that it would automatically safe or great for kids.  While a kids movie might not have certain sins shown, that does not mean that there is not an underlining worldview behind it that’s being communicated.  Take for instance the Pixar hit Cars, and it’s sequel Cars 2.

American Vision has a review that I thought was pretty good of the first Cars, several years ago:

This is a review of Cars II:

Last but not least, what one secular writer thinks which parents should consider, of how Cars II might encourage kids in the wrong way.

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