Is it possible to voice disapproval to a movie unnecessarily depicting or glorifying immoral acts, yet still pay the 8 bucks at the theater and add to the company's profit? Am I not at least tacitly giving my approval to a movie in its entirety, which may be mostly good, but in which the director has decided to insert a scene where there is depicted explicitly an immoral act (e.g. fornication) committed between the main characters. Is it truly necessary to the story to depict this? So how can I condemn on the one hand, and approve on the other.
The last time I saw a movie, I went to some pains to try to find a movie that wouldn't throw this behaviour into my face. There was some objectionable material, but not on the scale of gravely immoral impure acts. As to the other material, my friend covered my eyes, and told me when I could reopen them. The nice thing about the movie was that the heroine was chaste, and not messing around with the hero as in so many other movies, which spoils them.
However, I can't say that anything else out there, has really struck me as being good to watch. I've got into a heated argument over this, and i just wanted to take a gander at other people's thoughts. This is in relation to the ISLAND, which has an interesting premise, but includes a sex scene between the two main characters. Which my honorable opponent declares offends him and it's deplorable, but he was glad that it was "not graphic", and "artisticly done". To which I say, I'm sick of it all, I'm not giving a dime, and if I see this movie for everything else that's interesting, I want to have the power to edit what is objectionable from my viewing eyes.