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Thank the Lord for sites like these in these Dark Times. This is from the review of "Drumline," scientifically analyzed for Christian correctness by the author, a delicate soul based in Granbury, TX (I'm assuming it's one person writing all these entries):
While there are a few issues of sexual immorality, Devon does not end up in bed with Laila nor does anyone get in bed with anyone else. The issues of sexual immorality include issues such as rub dancing (female posterior to male crotch), sandwiching a dance partner between others and camera angle to ensure focus on sexual parts, especially during cheer sequences of pelvic thrusts. The reasoning behind cheer routines displaying feet spread apart, knees outward with the crotch rocking back and forth is obvious and intentional [Gal. 5:19}. Another example of how we have been so conditioned by extremes that what once was morally unacceptable has become morally invisible.
I said near the beginning of this Summary/Commentary *Drumline* has a good message within its bowels. It also has other matter in its bowels as would be expected. Though there are many fine features to this movie, many features are not. There are 44 uses of the three/four letter word vocabulary, enough to be equivalent to an R-rated feature [Prov. 8:13, Prov. 22:11, Col. 3:8, Eph. 5:3-4]. None of the most foul of the foul words were noted. The next greatest loss of points was due to sexual programming [Eph. 5:3-4]. Though there was no nudity noted nor did anybody get in bed with anybody, there was vulgar dancing, sexual talk, and equating music with sexual performance (plus grinding on a drum with moans). Though there are invasive assaults on morality in *Drumline* its final score of 74 make it a "PG" PG-13. With a score of 100 (out of 100) in each of Drugs/Alcohol, Offense to God and Murder/Suicide, a curse filter would do well in making this movie much less offensive. I have one. They work. It made a PG out of the PG-13 *Signs*.