Is it hard to find a good movie

It’s hard to find a movie to watch. A recent Netflix study showed that we spent 18 minutes a day looking for a movie – which may not include Catholics, who also have a potentially harmful content behind their thoughts. It is worth seeing.

Most of the movies that appear every year are not worth seeing because they are of poor quality and there are still a lot of bad things: nudity, language, violence, and so on.

So what is a Catholic? Do we want to avoid any movies with offensive content? This didn’t leave us too much – in fact it is harmful to most of the high quality movies that appear every year.

Is it hard to find a good movie

It turns out that São Paulo did give us some thoughts when we were spending.

In Philippians 4:8, he said: “The last brother, whatever is true, what is glorious, what is right, what is pure, what is lovely, what is a good reputation, if Have any excellence and anything worthy of praise, talk about these things.”

If there is anything good, beautiful or true – those are worth something. If a film has these qualities, it is worth seeing because it involves God in a very small way.

But this does not mean that it must explicitly involve God.

Don Woznicki, director of New Ethos, is an advocate for collecting films that reflect truth, beauty and kindness. He told the Catholic News Agency that films of these qualities are about transformation and transformation.

“The new spirit is not just to support the film and entertainment media, because Catholics created it,” Father Woznicki told CNA. “Would you fly in the air because of the Catholic voice? Quality is the rule. Christ constantly calls us to change, hope and transform into his image.

“The new national spirit film is not to promote the disinfection of Christianity, but to transform, hope and change.”

So how can you see which movies or shows are worth seeing? First, I always look at the IMDB’s Parent Guide section, which describes any sexual content, embarrassment or violence, so I have a better understanding of what I am entering.