I hope not, I was thinking of that the other day, how these megachrches have these padded chairs with armrests, cupholders, etc…(lol), and how Catholic churches have these hard wooden pews. I love that! it’s a testament to us keeping it real. They just gotta respect that. One thing I did like in the movie “Priest” was how the church at the end only had benches, no backrests on the pews. There’s some virtue in that, and then just kneel on the floor like in the movie “Michelangelo”. In that movie they just crowded in the church, stood, and knelt on the floor.
As for Priests and vampires? You lost me. You can’t put those two things in a movie and expect realism.
I can’t believe how infatuated America is with vampires. vampires, vampires, vampires. These vampire shows come on every day of the week. And of course every vampire is in their mid-twenties, perfect height and weight, and can’t be bothered with pesky things like employment. I mean, how do they pay their cell phone bills?
Still, I’ll probably watch it. Just for kicks :coffeeread:
I liked the first five minutes of it. I liked the concept of a future church keeping the city’s inhabitants safe with a wall around the city to keep evil out. But then when they showed the computerized confessional booth, with the software computer script for quoting and referring Scripture verses, I was like, nevermind. Oh, and I kind of liked the way the little prairie settlers had their little shrine with rosaries and said prayers before dinner. But other than that, it was a big piece of poo.