A report shows that Rolling Stone’s propagandists seem to be defending child traffickers in a recent review of Jim Caviezel’s anti-trafficking film, Sound of Freedom, which they call a “QAnon-tinged suspense about child-trafficking” that is “designed to cater to the heart of the conspiracy-addled boomer.”
The review, written by an ill-natured journalist named Miles Klee, calls Caviezel “a prominent figure among the conspiracist right” and criticizes his claims about elite pedophile rings raping, kidnapping, and murdering children to extract adrenochrome, a substance generated in the brain that purportedly contains psychotropic effects, as seen in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. According to the extremist left, the idea of the movie, which was inspired by the actual work of Tim Ballard, creator of Operation Underground Railroad, has now been rendered invalid by Caviezel’s views.
Entertainment reporting shows that despite competition from movies like “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” the faith-based picture about an ex-Homeland Security agent who goes on a trip to free scores of kids from sex traffickers topped the box office on Independence Day.
With $14.2 million in revenue on Independence Day, “Sound of Freedom” from Angel Studio was the highest-grossing film of the day. Last Wednesday, it rose to second place with an additional $4 million.
Pay it Forward Tickets, a patent-pending system developed by Angel Studios that allows moviegoers to buy tickets for others so that they may see a film together, accounted for almost $2 million in sales.
Because the studio behind “The Chosen” (the greatest crowdfunded venture of all time) is responsible for the new picture, its backers aren’t surprised by the film’s success.
Since Season 1, an excess of 108 million people have seen the multi-season series depicting the life of Jesus Christ, which has been viewed over 500 million times.
The series edged over Universal, DC Comics, and Disney to take third place at the box office.
The adult thriller produced by Angel Studios is now doing very well. It has an 85% approval rating on the website Rotten Tomatoes and has grossed over $10 million in pre-sales.