I'll take poor assumptions for $800, Alex.
This is interesting/discouraging.
Apparently, there is a new movie coming out, Facing the Giants. The MPAA has rated the movie PG, whereby Parental Guidance is suggested.
The makers were not too happy about such a rating since it's intended to be a Christian movie about a football team at a Christian school.
Why the PG rating? It seems there are "thematic elements" that some parents might not be comfortable having their children see. What are those questionable elements? Christianity and the Gospel, it seems.
Christian film rated PG to warn of ‘thematic elements’
"It is kind of interesting that faith has joined that list of deadly sins that the MPAA board wants to warn parents to worry about."
One wonders about one of my all time favorites, 1959's Ben Hur, which won 11 academy awards. Would it still receive the G rating today? The subtitle probably gives it away, "A Tale of the Christ."
I guess the assumption is that movies dealing with the Christian faith can be detrimental to children, but I certainly think that's a poor assumption, for the opposite is true.