That could be true. Then again, perhaps I haven’t seen any of them because it’s hard to find time to go to movies at all!
Referring to one of your earlier posts, pnewton, I was reflecting this morning that perhaps the main objection to Intelligent Design is the insistence by some of its proponents on the legitimacy of teaching ID in science classes in public institutions. The basic idea that the universe is the result of purposeful action on God’s part is, of course, not only not antithetical to religion, but seems in fact to be a crucial part of Catholic (and other Christian) theology.
But ID cannot be taught as “science” because it is a philosophical or theological idea; it could no more become the subject of laboratory research than could belief in the Holy Trinity.