Thursday, December 06, 2007


Supposedly it is going to be boycotted because it is "anti-Catholic". Again, an example of the remarkable leeway religion gets in criticizing anything, while viewpoints that criticize it even mildly are instantly condemned because they "tread upon personal faith, and that is a personal issue". The damn thing is anything but personal. Trust religious people to interpret everything the way they want and find offense in it, even in a harmless fantasy fictional story. I look forward to the movie and boycott the boycott.



Blogger Patrix said...

At least it isn't banned. I too welcome the boycott; we'll have lesser crowds.

1:21 PM  
Blogger Ashutosh said...

Yes, and somehow in spite of the stupidity things are not as bad here as in our country; at least they won't burn buses or theaters here.

3:14 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

The irksome but satisfying thing is that boycotts (and bans) always increase publicity for something that might otherwise have passed into oblivion.

10:56 AM  
Blogger Ashutosh said...

True! As long as they don't burn down the theater...

12:49 PM  

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