Believe it or not, I don't have a lot of time to watch movies . . . My video games demand a lot of "investment" of hours.
Accordingly, I have to be picky regarding "the cinema" I enjoy . . . Non-pr0n, natch.
Recently, a local anti-Catholic documentary has earned rave reviews . . . But that's kinda the problem.
It's hard to trust movies that have ONLY garnered stellar approval from critics and rigged websites.
For instance . . .
To be fair, that "I wish I knew how to quit you" line cracks me up every time.
But I digress . . .
Here's a passage that makes me just a bit suspicious about the movie and so many politically charged reviews supporting the doc based mostly on stories from the Kansas City metro . . .
Over the course of the film, the six men are asked not only to re-engage with traumatic moments from their past in the hope of overcoming them, but to take some big emotional risks in order to help each other.
One such risk involved THE VICTIMS willingly donning vestments to play the roles of abusive Catholic clergy in scenes staged by the other men.
Sorry but that kind of role play seems just too intense for a skeptic like TKC who can't even sing a Christmas song without adding stupid and often profane parody lyrics.
Your mileage may vary and I'm open to any endorsement of the flick from those who have seen it.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Procession details the healing process of survivors of sexual assault perpetrated by KC Catholic priests
(L to R) Joe Eldred, Ed Gavagan, Michael Sandridge, Tom Viviano, Dan Laurine and Mike Foreman in Procession. // Netflix © 2021 TW: This article discusses sexual assault, abuse, and trauma. One of the first things that strikes you about Procession is the title card.