"Pro-Homosexual, Dysfunctional Family"
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EVERY DAY is a terrible movie with a depressing, episodic plot and horrific content. Ned and Jeannie’s lives are disheartening, and they have no hope of joy. They merely live day-to-day with no hope of happiness or eternal peace. The movie showcases an unpleasant view of marriage. It contains a very strong, mostly mixed pagan worldview with very strong homosexual pedophile content. EVERY DAY is forgettable and abhorrent.
(PaPaPa, HoHoHo, PCPC, AbAb, B, FR, LLL, V, SSS, NN, AA, DD, MMM) Very strong, slightly mixed pagan worldview with very strong homosexual content as 13-year-old son is admittedly homosexual and wants to go to homosexual parties with college-aged children and his mother supports him and his father learns to accept his lifestyle, some other strong politically correct comments about the “Religious Right” and about priests being pedophiles, and characters are immoral but one woman says, “Thank God,” and false negative pagan comment about death and how a person goes back to the sky and woman says that “happiness is an unrealistic expectation”; 35 obscenities, seven profanities and one obscene gesture; light violence includes man punches and wrestles guy in pool when he catches his ex-girlfriend fornicating with someone else, elderly man loses control of his bowels and also urinates himself; very strong sexual content includes very graphic sexual dialogue between TV writing team about extreme content needed for good ratings as well as several types of deviant behavior including bestiality and jokes about priests being pedophiles, adulterous kissing, depicted adultery and fornication, 13-year-old sneaks off to homosexual party, salacious homosexual dancing, homosexual kissing, college-age homosexual forces himself on teen boy and tries to get him to take ecstasy drug, depicted married kissing and married sex; implied full nudity in swimming pool, woman in bikini, upper male nudity in several scenes including a homosexual party, and partial rear male nudity; drunkenness depicted in several scenes, plus underage drinking depicted; several scenes of marijuana use depicted, cocaine use depicted and college-age homosexual tries to force teenage boy to take ecstasy drug; and, lying, adultery and disrespect shown toward parents and grandparents.
EVERY DAY follows a middle-aged couple, played by Helen Hunt and Liev Schreiber, as they navigate through their perceived dreary doldrums of day-to-day life.
Jeannie (Hunt) believes that happiness in life is an unrealistic expectation in this life. Her only joy comes from her two sons, the youngest of which is an aspiring violinist and the older of which is a homosexual teenager who only wants to go to parties with people older than him. Jeannie finds no joy in her marriage to Ned (Schreiber) nor in her elderly, curmudgeonly father, whose failing health necessitates his coming to live with the family.
Ned is a TV writer working on a show he hates and for a boss he doesn’t understand. He cannot stand going home to a wife that despises him or a 13-year-old son whose homosexual lifestyle he cannot accept. His only joy comes from a fellow writer on his staff, the seductive Robin (Carla Gugino). As Ned and Robin work under a deadline to turn in a script, their late-night writing sessions turn into overnight drug benders and adulterous trysts. Through a series of events, including the eventual death of Jeannie’s father, Ned and Jeannie struggle to once again find a measure of stability in their EVERY DAY lives.
EVERY DAY is a terrible movie with a depressing, episodic plot and horrific content. Ned and Jeannie’s lives are disheartening, and they have no hope of joy. They merely live day-to-day with no hope of happiness or eternal peace. The movie showcases an unpleasant view of marriage. It contains a very strong, mostly mixed pagan worldview with very strong homosexual content. That content includes a major plot line revolving around Ned and Jeannie’s 13-year-old son admitting he is homosexual at an age in his cognitive and brian development that is too undeveloped to make such a statement and exploring that perverse pedophile lifestyle at parties with college-aged boys and underage drinking and partying. The movie contains an excessive amount of sexual content, including a depicted adulterous affair and graphic sexual dialogue about all kinds of deviant behavior. EVERY DAY is forgettable and abhorrent. Media-wise viewers should fill every day with more positive entertainment.
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