"(Jesus:) If this movie were to stand on its own, it might not be worthwhile, as in itself it doesn't have outstanding qualities that would make it stand out from other action movies. However, it's the finale of a longer story, the final piece in the puzzle, and therefore I give consent for those who wish to, to see it."
I am interested to learn if these "prophets" receive their prophecies before or after viewing the movies?
Wait, TFI actually published (internally) that they receive all these movie-prophecies after they have watched the movie?! LOL! What a joke!
Also, is anyone else a little creeped out over how many "spirits" they pray to these days?
In recent months, as the Lord, through Mama and Peter, has been teaching us more about hearing from Him step by step, our WS movie previewing teams have begun asking the Lord or Dad for a confirmation (emphasis mine) on every movie we rate in the Grapevine. As you've noticed, we often publish excerpts of these prophecies along with the movie ratings.
Movie Rating Disclaimer
By the W.S. Previewing Department
Rating movies is an extremely subjective issue. Obviously, what appeals to some people will not appeal to others. We who rate the movies that appear in the Grapevine often feel we are in a no-win situation, as we know that we are not going to be able to please everyone and perhaps sometimes we will please no one. In fact, several times we have thought to discontinue publishing these lists. The reason we haven't is because of reports and comments from the field that they are appreciated and have been helpful.
To avoid some problems, we now only rate movies as "watchable," if a 3/4 majority of the preview team vote to do so, and the Lord confirms in prophecy that itâ€™s OK to do so, and we stay clear of going as far as "recommending" movies. In contrast to this, if a 3/4 majority of those that preview a movie agree that it is bad, we have no qualms in listing it as "not recommendedâ€
We should still make an article on these "Move Prophecies" . . . if we haven't already.
I guess I don't "get" the rating system. Maybe someone can explain how The Little Rascals movie got the "NIX" rating.
Oh and on the flip side of that, how did Lolita get the "NIX" rating?