It kind of reminded me of the pooh-poohing of the original Narnia film, the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. This seemed to have more to do with the film's 'Christian themes' than the quality of the film itself which was pretty good.
While "the critics" heap praise on films that promote all manner of twisted agendas, outright blasphemy, and even the "torture porn" of films like the Saw series (by Eli Roth), we are supposed to join in their contempt for any film that features Christian themes. Not even overtly Christian films like The Passion of the Christ (which they loathed!) but simply films with Christian 'themes.'
They act like Nick Clegg coming across a 'traditional' family, curling his lip and dismissing them as "from the 50s" (does he mean the 1850s, 1550s, 850s or any other century when the family existed and wasn't "same sex oriented etc. etc.?)
Why is that? Is this because we are facing a cultural war by the offspring of the 1960s Marxist 'Frankfurt School'? When the family and Christianity is to be sneered at - but anything that promotes homosexuality, multi-culturalism and atheism is to be cheered from the rooftops.
I read online that a report says that Christians count for 70% of the UK population, whilst atheists and agnostics number 20%. You wouldn't think so to look at the media. The output, especially through the BBC, political, cultural and current event programmes, is vehemently atheist and anti-Christian.
Isn't it time that we all - nationalists, patriots and 'men of goodwill' - started fighting back, in whatever way we can, to undermine the ringleaders of the 20%, the militant atheists and Marxists, who are seeking to further undermine our Christian heritage and removing the family as the bedrock of any sane nation?
Their sneering at our families, and their pouring scorn on anything of value is an affront to decency. We must all fight back, within our families, within our communities.
They are cultural Commissars and like the Bolshevik atheist ones of 90 years ago their goal is to destroy anything decent. Enough is enough.
P.S. The author of the Narnia books, C.S. Lewis, cited G.K. Chesterton as a major reason for his embracing Christianity. If you get the chance read C.S. Lewis's The Screwtape Letters, they are very enjoyable and somewhat informative! To understand GKC's influence, read Orthodoxy a book he wrote before his own conversion.