Outlandish Reaping an Unholy Mess
- Thursday, April 05, 2007
Swank is a talented actress who has bounced back once before. Let’s hope she manages to do so again.
- Language/Profanity: Lord’s name taken in vain; some profanity and crude terminology
- Drugs/Alcohol: Katherine says a drink tastes like bourbon
- Sex/Nudity: A sex scene shows little flesh but simultaneously leaves little to the imagination and is set to “None but the Righteous” on the soundtrack; a bare-chested man is shown; a man and woman working together are assumed to be involved in a relationship; blood on a young girl’s leg is claimed to be a sign of her first period
- Violence: Plagues include water turning into blood, raining frogs, afflicted cattle, boils, locusts that swarm and attack, flies/maggots, lice; a dead African man is shown; depictions of child endangerment and murder; bullet-wound scars are shown; preparations for the killing of a man and child are shown; verbal description of ritual sacrifice; a bloody egg; skulls and bones of children are shown; people are incinerated
- Faith: Katherine doesn’t believe in God and explains away biblical accounts of miracles and plagues; church signs express thoughts about God; an upside-down cross is pictured, as is an altered cross that serves as a warning to Katherine
Recently on Movies
Have something to say about this article? Leave your comment via Facebook below!
Listen to Your Favorite Pastors
Add Crosswalk.com content to your siteBrowse available content