THE TRIP

Traveling Toward Perversion and Blasphemy

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Starring: Larry Sullivan, Steve Braun,
Ray Baker, Jill St. John, and
Sirena Irwin

Genre: Drama

Audience: Adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 94 minutes

Distributor: TLA Releasing

Director: Miles Swain

Executive Producer: Thomas Blount and Miles Swain

Producer: Houston King

Writer: Miles Swain

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TLA Entertainment Group
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Philadelphia, PA 19106
Phone: (215) 733-0608
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Content:

(HHH, HoHoHo, AbAbAb, PCPCPC, LLL, V, SSS, NN, A, DD, MMM) Very strong humanist worldview strongly supports homosexual perversion and anti-Christian bigotry in a very strong politically correct way that also attacks conservatives, Anita Bryant, Republican leaders, the military, and gun advocates who reveal the truth that people can use guns successfully to stop crime; 35 obscenities, one strong profanity, and three light profanities; some violence such as Mexican pulls gun on travelers to rob them, travelers pull gun on Mexican, travelers take corrupt Mexican policeman’s gun and car, and vandalism; depicted homosexual kissing and fondling, depicted homosexual sodomy, and movie strongly supports sexual immorality; upper and rear male nudity in homosexual situations; alcohol use; smoking, brief cocaine sniffing, and protagonists get high on marijuana; and, stealing, lying, attacks on traditional values, and crude comments against moral people who take a stand against sexual immorality.

GENRE: Drama/Propaganda

Summary:

THE TRIP tells the story of the homosexual civil rights movement by focusing on the relationship between two young men. Not only is it pro-homosexual, it also contains a humanist, anti-supernatural worldview that viciously attacks religion, Bible-believing Christians, and Christianity as well as the military and the Republican Party.

Review:

THE TRIP tells the story of the homosexual civil rights movement in the 1970s and 1980s by focusing on the relationship between two young men. When 19-year-old Tommy, a homosexual activist, and 24-year-old Alan, a Republican journalist, first meet in 1973, they find themselves on opposite sides of the political coin. Despite their differences, Tommy’s marijuana-induced seduction of Alan succeeds, and they form a long-term relationship. In 1977, during Anita Bryant's holy and moral crusade against homosexual perversion, an anti-homosexual book that Alan wrote years before gets published without his consent. Tommy, who is now a well-known activist, has his credibility destroyed by the book, which causes their breakup. Seven years later, Alan is given a second chance, a reunion with Tommy, and the opportunity to set things right.

THE TRIP is a low-budget agitprop movie. What Warren Beatty’s REDS did for the Communist Movement in 1981, THE TRIP does for the Homosexual Agenda. Not only is it pro-homosexual, it also contains a humanist, anti-supernatural worldview that attacks religion, Bible-believing Christians, and Christianity as well as the military and the Republican Party. Thus, the movie unintentionally reveals the roots of the Cultural Marxism and anti-Americanism that have grabbed hold of so much of the liberal half of America’s political tapestry. It is clearly a repugnant movie which unintentionally reveals the evil that the Children of Christ are facing in today’s society.

In Brief:

THE TRIP tells the story of the homosexual civil rights movement by focusing on the relationship between two young men. When 19-year-old Tommy, a homosexual activist, and 24-year-old Alan, a Republican journalist, first meet in 1973, they find themselves on opposite sides of the political coin. Despite their differences, they form a long-term relationship. In 1977, an anti-homosexual book that Alan wrote years before gets published without his consent. Tommy, now a well-known activist, has his credibility destroyed by the book, which causes their breakup. Seven years later, Alan is given a second chance, a reunion with Tommy, and the opportunity to set things right.

THE TRIP is a low-budget agitprop movie. What Warren Beatty’s REDS did for the Communist Movement in 1981, THE TRIP does for the Homosexual Agenda. Not only is it pro-homosexual, it also contains a humanist, anti-supernatural worldview that viciously attacks religion, Bible-believing Christians, and Christianity as well as the military and the Republican Party. Thus, the movie unintentionally reveals the roots of Cultural Marxism, Atheism, and Anti-Americanism that have grabbed hold of so much of the liberal half of America’s political tapestry. It is clearly a repugnant movie.