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Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos Asserts Child Porn “Cuties” is “Misunderstood”

Netflix continues to defend child porn film Cuties

The creepy and bizarre Netflix (NFLX) co-CEO Ted Sarandos is doubling down on the streaming giant’s refusal to admit that the outrageous film “Cuties” is nothing more than child porn. Sarandos said this: It’s a little surprising in 2020 America that we’re having a discussion about censoring storytelling. That abominable and wicked mindset is why the film was given the green light in the first place. What does 2020 and America have to do with opposing child porn. Worse, what does he mean when he implies “censoring […]

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We Need More Stories Like Tolkiens’ Sweeping Panorama of Lord Of The Rings And Middle Earth

Amazon map of middle earth in TV series

In the area of content creation as represented in literature, TV and film, Christians need more of the types of stories developed by J.R.R. Tolkien in the Lord of the Rings saga. I don’t necessarily mean by that it has to be in the fantasy genre, but in the sense of designing and building an historic backdrop and legend that is behind the geographic setting or settings the story is told in, and also the interesting use of created languages that add realism, substance, and credence to […]

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An Entertainment Company’s Business Model That Christian Content Creators Should Adopt

  (Note to readers. Lionsgate has since abandoned this model and has struggled ever since. This is about the original business model it started with.)   One of the more interesting entertainment company’s in the world in my view is Lionsgate. The most important thing to learn from it is it has incorporated a business model that lends itself very well to where the Christian entertainment industry is at this time. Bear in mind when using Lionsgate as a potential business model to adopt, I’m obviously not […]

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