I'm fairly well bridled, James.
|Oh yes, and anyone reading this take note: If you haven't seen the movie, don't bother posting here. You don't actually have an opinion, and you aren't welcome in this thread or any other where Michael Moore or this film is the topic of conversation. If you can't bash Bush with the best of them, don't even bother.
Oh. I guess that means I can't comment, either. I probably shouldn't mention that my father had lunch w/ MM and was rather impressed with him, and told me all about how smart he was. Maybe I shouldn't mention that despite my father's extreme democratic leanings, he doesn't use the internet, and hates fax machines, too.
I guess I shouldn't do any research, either, because no matter how educated I am on a topic, if I haven't "lived"
it, then I can't comment. I guess that I shouldn't check things out and form my own opinion on stuff because it could never be accurate not accepted as *my opinion* and why on earth would I want to state my mind on something, anyway, if I haven't seen it?
So I suppose Stephen Hawkins can't really discuss physics. He hasn't walked, so could not ever comment on the physicality of walking, or the physics of movement.
See? I can't comment.
But I did see "The Last Temptation of Christ" and thought it was an amazing movie. Absolutely amazing. It told the story of Jesus' choice in laying his life down for his beliefs. It spoke to the humanity of Jesus the Christ, and of his turmoil and doubt when asked by God to be the last sacrifice. It spoke to all the beauty and wonder that he *knew* he would give up should he do what was asked of him, and to the great faith he had in doing what was asked of him. It spoke of free choice, and of faith, in a way few movies could ever do. And it was a gloriously filmed piece.