Atheism and Existence are Mutually Exclusive Odds
Comment on the story: Life Of Pi Movie Review
Time to put out a call for the separation of hands and keyboard (or touch screen)! Atheism and existence have long been at mutually exclusive odds with each other.
So injecting atheology into a movie review while having to whore off of others morality to even pass a value judgement on the movie itself (is it a good movie or a bad movie?) devolves the review into just another rhetorical example of denier delusion.
Plus the reviewer breaks Ebert's basic rule that a movie should be judged not on what it is about but how it is about it.
Thanks be to the God of Obama and FDR and MLK and Mother Teresa that the reviewer is not considered a 'Top Critic' on RT.
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