The Last 600 Meters


Created Equal:
Clarence Thomas in His Own Words

RICKOVER: The Birth of Nuclear Power

Rediscovering Alexander Hamilton

God and the Inner City

Rediscovering George Washington

The Fall of Newt Gingrich

The Rodney King Incident: Race and Justice in America

Inside the Republican Revolution:
The First Hundred Days

Hollywood vs. Religion

Campus Culture Wars: Five Stories About Political Correctness

America's Political Parties:
Power and Principle

  Part One: The Democrats, 1960 to 1992
  Part Two: The Republicans, 1960 to 1992

Fire From the Sun:
The Search for Fusion Energy

Hollywood's Favorite Heavy: Businessmen on Prime Time TV

Hard Bargain


Evil priests and ministers are a modern movie cliché
Hollywood used to portray religion positively, as in The Sound of Music


Michael Medved, radio talk show host and author, is the host of Hollywood vs. Religion

1994; 55 minutes

Movies with religious characters raise an issue that has bedeviled Hollywood time and time again: does the entertainment industry present an unfair and unnecessarily negative view of religion and people of faith? In this provocative one-hour television documentary, PBS film critic Michael Medved examines this question using clips from more than fifty well-known movies that illustrate some of the best and worst depictions of organized faith in contemporary films.

Fascinating and disturbing.
     -- Dr. James Dobson Founder, Focus on the Family

     • Silver Award, Worldfest Houston International Film
     • Certificate for Creative Excellence, U.S. International
      Film and Television Festival

Hollywood vs Religion is available for purchase on DVD.

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