Is it wrong for an atheist to enjoy M. Night’s Signs?

I can’t help it, I think it’s an entertaining movie. Sure the religious stuff is not my cup of weed-dream-tea, but neither is the christian nonsense in the Chronicles of Narnia. Yet unlike Narnia, I feel guilty when I watch it (it was on the other night), as if I’m breaking some sort of atheist 101 code. Kinda like how I felt – as a libertarian – when I voted for Obama.

Granted, maybe they both just suck and that’s why I feel the way I do. Bad taste is rarely self-determined.

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One Response to Is it wrong for an atheist to enjoy M. Night’s Signs?

  1. Bob says:

    Signs isn’t bad, better than Narnia. But I get the christ-o-creeps watching Narnia, not signs. *The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe* is plotted around the biblical canon while Signs merely involves a pastor – although Signs does star Mel Gibson, which is enough to creep anyone out.
    No matter what, I’m glad Obama is president so that we don’t have to hear “you’ll never see a black president” crap anymore. Although he is just as white as he is black.