NOTORIOUS C.H.O.

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(PaPaPa, HoHoHo, PCPCPC, APAP, Ab, LLL, V, SSS, DD, MMM) Very strong pagan worldview with very strong pro-homosexual viewpoint with very strong politically correct view of society and anti-patriotic, anti-American views of 9/11 tragedy and American mainstream as well as anti-Christian joke; extremely foul language with 103 mostly strong obscenities, one very strong profanity and much frank discussion of sexual matters and body humor, including woman talks about getting a colonic enema; brief talk of sado-masochistic violence; explicit references to numerous immoral sex acts, lust, sado-masochism, and homosexuality; female cleavage but no nudity; no alcohol; strong celebration of taking drugs and several drug jokes; and, leftist anger, racial hatred, hatred of heterosexuality, defensiveness, etc. GENRE: Documentary/Concert Movie/Comedy PaPaPa HoHoHo PCPCPC APAP Ab LLL V SSS DD MMM

Summary:

NOTORIOUS C.H.O. is a concert movie released in 2002 where stand up comedienne Margaret Cho shows how many "f" words she can string together with frank, dirty talk about sex and lust. It is an abhorrent, politically correct movie that not only attacks Christian values, but also attacks American values.

Review:

NOTORIOUS C.H.O. plays like a female Redd Foxx concert. Stand up comedienne Margaret Cho shows how many “f” words she can string together with frank, dirty talk about sex and lust in this concert movie shot in Seattle in 2002.
Cho starts off talking about visiting Ground Zero and performing sex acts with the rescue workers. She then compares the anthrax letters sent in the wake of the 9-11 tragedy with getting cocaine in the mail. The movie goes downhill from there, with Cho talking about visiting a colon treatment spa in Los Angeles, pretending to be a man having female problems, her dead homosexual friends, renting porno movies, and other sexual perversions. The concert ends with Cho going on a tirade about the “fascist state” that won’t allow homosexuals to marry and oppresses other minorities, including people like her who have a weight problem. “Our revolution is long overdue,” she declares. “Love yourselves without reservation. Love each other without restraint, unless you’re into leather.
Thus, NOTORIOUS C.H.O. is filled with very strong foul language and an attitude toward all forms of human and inhuman sex which says, if it feels good, do it. It is a perfect example of what happens when you throw all Christian standards out the window. In the process, it shows that political correctness is not only an assault on Christian values; it’s also an assault on American values. People like Cho don’t just want equality; they are spoiled children with a pathological need to be pampered. Their mommies should send them to their rooms without supper.
Of course, the Christian church needs to reach these young adults for Christ, until it’s too late. Regrettably, the fans who follow Cho have grown up in a media age, where they’re more likely to see the sexual antics on TV programs like WILL & GRACE or FRIENDS than hear a sermon based on the Word of God. By not supporting ministries like MOVIEGUIDE® and the Christian Film & Television Commission™, many parents and many churches are letting Hollywood control the culture.
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SUMMARY: NOTORIOUS C.H.O. is a concert movie released in 2002 where stand up comedienne Margaret Cho shows how many “f” words she can string together with frank, dirty talk about sex and lust. It is an abhorrent, politically correct movie that not only attacks Christian values, but also attacks American values.

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