Read Acts 10:9-15.
Then read Pope John Paul II’s Letter to Artists.
Then read (and view) the Vatican 45.(usccb.org/movies/vaticanfilms.shtml)
If I want to, I can sort out every type of vice found on the films in this list: nudity , graphic violence, anti-religious sentiment, brothels, abortion, false theology, ogling pornographic materials, bearing false witness, stealing, biopic of a mass-murderer, a horror-movie, and a new-ager hippie’s film-to-get-high-on.
And yet the Pope has shared that there are films that are of enduring quality, that bring about morals, religious fervor, and artistry… that even art, when well done, can draw us closer to God.
So as for the negative elements, as Roger Ebert so eloquently stated: it’s not what the film is about, but how it goes about it.
Even Shakespeare has witchcraft, bawdy humor, and occultic elements. Christians are supposed to be above and beyond this.