LIKE IT IS

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Starring: Steve Bell, Ian Rose, Roger Daltrey, & Dana Behr

Genre: Homosexual Romance

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Rating: Not rated

Runtime: 90 minutes

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Content:

Strong homosexual worldview confusing sexual, neurotic, perverted desires with love; strong foul language including 141 obscenities & 4 profanities plus many sexual innuendoes, discussion of sexual issues & activities, including being the victim of pedophiles in the park & sometimes using vulgar terms; moderate to excessive violence, especially in bloody bare-knuckled boxing match at the end; depicted & implied homosexual sex scenes, implied & obscured oral sex, implied homosexual promiscuity, many shots of men kissing one another in erotic fashion, & several lesbian kisses; upper male & rear male nudity in homosexual contexts; alcohol use & abuse depicted, including many scenes in homosexual & bisexual nightclubs in England; smoking & pill & cocaine abuse; and, lying & jealousy rebuked but sexual harassment on the job, sexual predatory practices, homosexual pedophilia, & homosexual prostitution not really rebuked.

Summary:

In the critically acclaimed movie LIKE IT IS, a young homosexual in England is afraid to come out of the closet, but establishes a tentative relationship with a rock producer. LIKE IT IS goes out of its way to break taboos against sex scenes, nudity and discussion of sexual activities and issues. It is too boring and clichÈ to impress anyone but leftists with a politically correct agenda.

Review:

Gone are the days of nice, uplifting romance movies by talented, tasteful filmmakers, such as THE SOUND OF MUSIC by Robert Wise. Nowhere is this more clear than in the romance fantasies of the homosexual subculture, where explicit sex, hard drugs & explicit nude scenes seem to be the rule, such as the critically acclaimed independent movie LIKE IT IS. In this movie, a young homosexual named Craig is afraid to come out of the closet, so he uses his rage over his repressed, perverted desires to earn money as a bare-knuckled fighter. Craig finds "true love" with a rock producer named Matt, they both confess their experiences with older pedophiles as young teenagers, and both betray one another before they finally repent of their betrayals and verbally commit to monogamy at the end of the movie.

Like many independent movies by male and female homosexuals, including student films your child may see in college, LIKE IT IS goes out of its way to break taboos against sex scenes, nudity and discussion of sexual activities and issues. Thus, pushing the perversion envelope is an important agenda of the homosexual movement, which is strongly supported by many of Hollywood's leftist elite and their political cronies in California and Washington, D.C. This makes LIKE IT IS totally unacceptable from a moral standpoint. Artistically, the movie tries to be a realistic version of Hollywood's old musical comedies and romances, but it is too boring and cliche ridden to impress anyone but leftists with a politically correct agenda. Ironically, several important scenes in the movie indicate that homosexual desires are often caused by pedophiles who prey on young teenage boys. This is a likely theory that hopefully will help destroy the homosexual movement some day.

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