I'm trying to figure out how promoting profanity, nudity, sexuality, etc are Judeo-Christian morals.
On the surface, movies are not Christian in nature- not overtly. Hollywood is not a Christian place. But the messages in movies, the themes, are generally Christian- good versus evil, sacrifice, etc. Take the latest animated Smurf movie, Smurfs: The Lost Village.
My sister and I took my nephews and niece to see it last year. There is a scene where the Smurfs could abandon Gargamale to his fate and let him drown in the water. But, they don’t. They have a confab about it and say “we don’t do this”, so they helped him- even though Gargamale turned around and tried to kill them.
At the end of the movie, Smurfette sacrifices herself for the safety of the Smurfs, but is resurrected. She is a Christ figure (this is not meant to be blasphemous, Christ figures show up in literature and movies frequently).
Then you have the romance movies, which mostly end up with one man marrying one woman- and you are sure they are in love and monogamous.
I am talking about the themes of movies, not necessarily the vehicle. I think people in Hollywood would be astonished if they knew it. I doubt the makers of Smurfs: The Lost Village set out to make a Christian picture- but it IS Christian allegory. My sister and I looked at each other in the theater when Smurfette was resurrected like “Did they KNOW they were making a Christian movie?”
This probably makes absolute zero sense to anyone but myself. I lack the ability to communicate effectively.