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Release Date: November 16, 2005

Starring: Cillian Murphy, Liam Neeson, Stephen Rea, Gavin Friday, Ruth Negga, Laurence Kinlan, and Brendan Gleeson

Genre: Comedy

Audience: Adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 135 minutes

Distributor: Sony Pictures Classics

Director: Neil Jordan

Executive Producer: None

Producer: Neil Jordan, Alan Moloney and Stephen Woolley

Writer: Patrick McCabe

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(PaPaPa, PCPCPC, HoHoHo, AbAbAb, C, LLL, VVV, SSS, N, A, DD, MM) Very strong politically correct, pro-homosexual pagan worldview that explicitly attacks traditional Christian moral teachings and shows no interest in Christian theology, though the effeminate homosexual, transvestite hero eventually takes refuge in a Catholic church, where his father is the local priest, as well as a Christian funeral service; 81 mostly strong obscenities, seven strong profanities, nine light profanities, and blasphemy; very strong violence such as implied assassination, people die in terrorist bombing of nightclub, policeman bloodily beats up suspect, serial killer tries to strangle victim who gets away by spraying perfume in killer’s face, informer assassinated with gunshot to back of head, magician saws person in half with spurts of blood, magician pretends to hit assistant with knife in chest, terrorism, and firebomb tossed through church window and resulting fire destroys church and rectory; virtually constant cross dressing, two men kiss several times, implied homosexuality, unmarried woman gets pregnant and decides to keep baby, Catholic priest fathers child, implied female prostitution, implied male prostitution, and priest seduces maid in one scene; upper male nudity; alcohol use; smoking cigarettes and marijuana; and, teenager rebels at school and mocks authority, policeman tries to beat confession out of suspect, and lying.

Summary:

BREAKFAST ON PLUTO, based on a novel, tells the tragic-comic story of Patrick “Kitten” Braden, an abandoned illegitimate boy in a small Irish town who becomes a homosexual transvestite as he grows. BREAKFAST ON PLUTO has an abhorrent pagan worldview with very strong, offensive anti-Christian content. It is an abomination.

Review:

Director Neil Jordan is best known for his controversial, sex-bending homosexual movies. In the 1986 movie MONA LISA, a tough bodyguard tries to protect and falls in love with a beautiful woman, only to find that she’s a lesbian. In THE CRYING GAME, an IRA terrorist falls in love with the girlfriend of a hostage that he freed but who ended up dead anyway, but the girlfriend turns out to be a man.

Jordan’s latest film, BREAKFAST ON PLUTO, based on a novel, tells the tragic-comic story of Patrick “Kitten” Braden, an abandoned illegitimate boy in a small Irish town. Patrick becomes a homosexual transvestite, shocking the community. Worse, the local priest turns out to be the boy’s actual father. Rejected by the town, his father, his adoptive mother, and the local Catholic high school, Patrick gets romantically involved with the male leader of a small 1970s “glam” rock band and mixed up with the IRA, which conducts raids into Protestant Northern Ireland from Ireland. When a bomb planted by an anti-IRA group kills his Downs Syndrome friend, Laurence, Patrick takes a pacifist stance. This gets him into trouble with both the IRA and his boyfriend.

Patrick decides to travel to London, where his real mother, the beautiful blonde housekeeper for his father’s church, had reportedly fled. As he tries to track her down, further misadventures follow. Only an intervention by his father, Father Liam, and Patrick’s eternal optimism, can help Patrick locate his mother.

Despite the tragedies that follow the movie’s homosexual, cross-dressing hero, BREAKFAST ON PLUTO is shot and performed like a comical fairy tale. The movie even opens and closes with appearances by two robins, whose tweets are translated into funny subtitles. Jordan also uses lots of pop tunes, including various styles of rock and roll. The performances are well done, especially Cillian (“Killian”) Murphy (recently the villain in RED EYE), who gives a spot-on interpretation of the effeminate, cross-dressing homosexual protagonist, Patrick.

As might be expected from a Neil Jordan movie about a homosexual cross-dresser, BREAKFAST ON PLUTO takes a very politically correct, pro-homosexual stand. Unlike his previous efforts, however, this movie also takes an explicitly anti-Christian stand. It attacks traditional Christian moral values, including townspeople and religious leaders who defend such values. Patrick himself mocks the Church and the local Catholic high school he attends. He even invents a lewd, satirical version of how his father, the priest, seduced his mother. Eventually, when he and a long-time female friend take refuge in his father’s church, someone firebombs and destroys the church and the rectory. Even this act of arson cannot defeat Patrick’s optimistic outlook on life. Ultimately, even his reluctant father thumbs his nose at his Catholic denomination’s hierarchy and moral teachings. Adding insult to injury, a pro-life message in one scene is couched in politically correct, pro-homosexual terms.

BREAKFAST ON PLUTO is another abhorrent perversion perpetrated on cinema by the pagan worldview of Neil Jordan and his cronies. The enablers of this abomination are not only the politically correct crowd in Hollywood, but also government bureaucrats in Ireland who have provided some funding for it. It is doubtful if these socialist bureaucrats will be funding a pro-Christian, anti-sodomy project anytime soon. The good news is that, as our statistics show year in and year out, movies like this with very strong pro-homosexual content make far less money than movies with strong pro-Christian values and traditional moral principles.

In Brief:

IN BRIEF:

BREAKFAST ON PLUTO, based on a novel, tells the tragic-comic story of Patrick “Kitten” Braden, an abandoned illegitimate boy in a small Irish town who becomes a homosexual transvestite, shocking the community. Worse, the local priest turns out to be the boy’s father. Rejected by the town, his father, his adoptive mother, and the local Catholic high school, Patrick gets mixed up with the IRA. Eventually, Patrick decides to travel to London, where his real mother, the beautiful blonde housekeeper for his father’s church, had reportedly fled. As he tries to track her down, further misadventures follow.

Despite the tragedies that follow the movie’s homosexual, cross-dressing hero, BREAKFAST ON PLUTO is shot and performed like a comical fairy tale. The movie also uses lots of pop tunes. The performances are well done, especially Cillian (“Killian”) Murphy, who gives a spot-on interpretation of an effeminate, cross-dressing homosexual. As might be expected from a movie about a homosexual cross-dresser, BREAKFAST ON PLUTO takes a very politically correct, pro-homosexual stand. It also takes an explicitly anti-Christian stand. BREAKFAST ON PLUTO is another abhorrent perversion perpetrated on cinema by the paganism rampant in today’s movies.