Oscars ungodly


By David J. Stewart

Foreword – 

“Hollywood approves and promotes everything which the Bible condemns – Idolatory, Adultery, Witchcraft, Homosexuality, Drunkenness, Rape, murder, robbery and the pride of life! If you are  a Christian, God commands you to have nothing to do with the unfruitful works of darkness but rather expose them!

The Oscars is a thing of the World! If you can’t see it – there is a marvelous blindness upon you!” – Michael Jeshurun

“Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves: Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen. For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet. And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind… Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them.” [Romans 1:24-18,32,]

Homosexuality is a sin according to the Word of God. God will not be mocked. Men may pervert the Scriptures to say what they want to hear; but that doesn’t change THE TRUTH! There’s not a more evil, perverted and homosexual group today than Hollywood, as evidenced by the following 67 Sodomite films…

Robin Williams and Nathan Lane in “The Birdcage” 

Robin Williams and Nathan Lane play gay couple Armand and Albert Goldman in the 1996 comedy “The Birdcage,” based on the stage show “La Cage aux Folles.” Armand and Albert’s son gets engaged, so Armand and Albert (in drag) pretend to be straight in order to impress the conservative parents of the son’s fiancée.

Al Pacino in “Dog Day Afternoon”
In the suspenseful 1975 drama “Dog Day Afternoon,” Al Pacino plays the real-life Sonny Wortzik, a man who tries to rob a bank and ends up holding people hostage so that he can get money for his boyfriend’s sex-change operation. Pacino received an Oscar nod for his role in the movie.

Al Pacino and Other Stars of “Angels in America” 
Years after “Dog Day Afternoon,” Al Pacino won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his portrayal of closeted gay attorney Roy Cohn in the 2003 miniseries “Angels in America,” which was based on the award-winning play. Other cast members who play gay men in the film include Patrick Wilson, Jeffrey Wright, Ben Shenkman and Justin Kirk.

Matt Damon in “The Talented Mr. Ripley”
In the 1999 drama “The Talented Mr. Ripley,” Matt Damon is Tom Ripley, a con artist whose sexual obsession with a rich playboy named “Dickey” (Jude Law) leads to tragic results (Ripley murders “Dickey” and his homosexual lover). By the way, Law’s big-screen debut (in 1997’s “Wilde”) was as a gay character: In the movie, Law plays Lord Alfred “Bosie” Douglas, the lover of famous writer Oscar Wilde (Stephen Fry).

Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal in “Brokeback Mountain”

Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal each got Oscar nominations for their unforgettable roles in 2005’s “Brokeback Mountain” as closeted gay cowboys Ennis Del Mar and Jack Twist, who fall in love. This wasn’t Ledger’s first role as a gay man: Ledger also played a gay teen in the Australian drama series “Sweat.”

Charlize Theron and Christina Ricci in “Monster”
Charlize Theron (pictured at right) won an Academy Award for best actress for her chilling portrayal of real-life serial killer Aileen Wuornos in 2003’s “Monster.” Christina Ricci (pictured at left) plays Aileen’s lesbian lover, Selby Wall, in the movie.

Sean Penn, James Franco, Emile Hirsch and Diego Luna in “Milk”
Speaking of Academy Awards, Sean Penn is getting serious Oscar buzz for his role as Harvey Milk in the 2008 docudrama “Milk.” In the movie, Penn plays the assassinated San Francisco city supervisor, who was the first openly gay politician in the United States. The majority of the characters in “Milk” are openly gay, including those portrayed by James Franco (top right), Emile Hirsch (bottom left) and Diego Luna, as men who have important influences on Milk’s life.

Will Smith in “Six Degrees of Separation”
Will Smith plays a con artist (who happens to be gay) impersonating Sidney Poitier’s son in the 1993 drama “Six Degrees of Separation.” In the movie, Smith’s character endears himself to a wealthy married couple, and he seduces their son.

Michelle Pfeiffer and Whoopi Goldberg in “The Deep End Of The Ocean”

Whoopi Goldberg plays a homosexual detective, searching for a missing kidnapped child, Ben, who miraculously reappears across the country 9-years later in Chicago under the name Sam. 

Glenn Close in “Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story”
Glenn Close won an Emmy for her starring role in the 1995 TV movie “Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story.” In the biopic, she plays the decorated Colonel Margarethe Cammermeyer, who fights her dismissal from the Army when she comes out as a lesbian.

Tom Hanks and Antonio Banderas in “Philadelphia”
Tom Hanks won his first Academy Award for his unforgettable portrayal of Andrew Beckett, a gay man who sues the law firm that fired him for having AIDS. Antonio Banderas plays Andrew’s lover in the movie. In his Oscar acceptance speech, Hanks famously thanked one of his former teachers, who happens to be gay.

Kevin Kline and Tom Selleck in “In and Out”
Tom Hanks’ Oscar speech for “Philadelphia” partly inspired the 1997 comedy “In and Out.” In the movie, Kevin Kline plays schoolteacher Howard Brackett, who is outed on TV at the Academy Awards by a former student who wins an Oscar. Howard then goes on a journey to accept his sexuality, with the help of an openly gay reporter (Tom Selleck), who’s assigned to do a story about the outed teacher.

Hilary Swank in “Boys Don’t Cry”
Hilary Swank got her first Oscar for playing hate-crime victim Brandon Teena in 1999’s “Boys Don’t Cry,” the real-life story about a young woman living as a man. Brandon becomes romantically involved with another young woman (played by Chloë Sevigny, but the transgender’s life comes to a tragic end.

Cher in “Silkwood”
Cher received widespread critical acclaim for her role in the 1983 drama “Silkwood.” In the movie, Cher plays Dolly Pelliker, the lesbian roommate of Karen Silkwood, who blows the whistle on corruption at a nuclear plant.

Meryl Streep, Allison Janney, Ed Harris and Jeff Daniels in “The Hours”
Speaking of Meryl Streep, she and Allison Janney (pictured at right) play longtime lesbian lovers in the 2002 drama “The Hours.” Ed Harris and Jeff Daniels portray a former couple in the movie, and Harris was nominated for an Academy Award for his role in “The Hours.”

William Hurt in “Kiss of the Spider Woman”
Speaking of Oscar-winning performances, William Hurt won an Academy Award for playing Luis Molina, who is jailed in South America for his homosexuality. In the movie, Luis forms a special bond with his cellmate, revolutionary Valentine Arregui (Raul Julia).

Philip Seymour Hoffman in “Capote”
Yet another Oscar-winning performance for a gay character: This one’s from Philip Seymour Hoffman, who plays author Truman Capote in the 2005 drama “Capote.” British actor Toby Jones plays Capote in the 2006 movie “Infamous.”

Billy Crystal in “Soap”
Billy Crystal’s role as Jodie Dallas in the sitcom “Soap” was groundbreaking, since Jodie was the first openly gay character on prime-time TV. Crystal (with “Soap” costar Richard Mulligan) played the role from 1977 to 1981.

Ellen DeGeneres in “Ellen” and “The Ellen Show” 
In a case of art imitating life, Ellen DeGeneres came out that year as a lesbian, and shortly thereafter, so did her sitcom character Ellen Morgan on “Ellen.” The series (formerly titled “These Friends of Mine”) was on the air from 1994 to 1998. DeGeneres then played the openly lesbian character Ellen Richmond in the comedy series “The Ellen Show,” which lasted from 2001 to 2002.

Russell Crowe in “The Sum of Us”
Long before he became an international star, Russell Crowe played gay man Jeff Mitchell in the 1994 Australian film “The Sum of Us.” In the movie, Jeff has a rocky relationship with his father (Jack Thompson), who is cramping his dating life since the two live together.

Jennifer Lopez in “Gigli”
In the infamous 2003 bomb “Gigli,” Jennifer Lopez plays a lesbian criminal, and Ben Affleck the hit man who falls in love with her. “Gigli” became a punch line for endless jokes, because of the movie’s flimsy plot and lousy box-office numbers.

Queen Latifah in “Set It Off”
Speaking of criminals who happen to be lesbian, Queen Latifah portrays such a character in the 1996 drama “Set It Off.” In the movie, she and three other gal pals (Vivica A. Fox, Jada Pinkett Smith and Elise Neal) are desperate for money, so they decide to rob banks.

Jada Pinkett Smith in “The Women”
Years after starring as a heterosexual woman in “Set It Off,” Jada Pinkett Smith (pictured at far left) played an outspoken lesbian author in “The Women,” the 2008 remake of the 1939 film. In “The Women,” Pinkett Smith is Alex Fisher, a supportive friend to her straight gal pals, who are undergoing major changes in their lives.

Felicity Huffman in “Transamerica”
Felicity Huffman was nominated for an Academy Award for her portrayal of Bree Osbourne, a pre-op male-to-female transsexual, in the 2005 drama “Transamerica.” In the movie, Bree goes on a road trip and tries to reconnect with her long-lost son.

Whoopi Goldberg in “Boys on the Side”
Whoopi Goldberg is lesbian nightclub singer Jane Deluca this 1995 female road-trip movie. Jane finds herself going on the trip with two other women (Mary-Louise Parker and Drew Barrymore) who seemingly have little in common with her.

Robert Downey Jr. in “Home for the Holidays”
In the 1995 dramedy, “Home for the Holidays,” Robert Downey Jr. plays a gay man who joins his dysfunctional family for Thanksgiving dinner. The film’s ensemble cast includes Holly Hunter, as a sister of Downey’s character.

Jennifer Tilly and Gina Gershon in “Bound”
In the 1996 drama “Bound,” Violet (Jennifer Tilly) and Corky (Gina Gershon) are lesbian lovers plotting to steal mob money. The two girlfriends also concoct a plan to blame the crime on someone else.

The Stars of “Queer as Folk”
The U.S. version of the soapy drama series “Queer as Folk” (which was originally a British show) follows the lives of a group of gay male friends and some lesbians in Pittsburgh. The ensemble cast includes Hal Sparks, Gale Harold, Peter Paige, Randy Harrison, Scott Lowell, Michelle Clunie and Thea Gill. Airing from 2000 to 2005, the show got a lot of publicity for its explicit sex scenes and for tackling controversial issues in the gay community.

The Stars of “The L Word”
The cast of characters in the prime-time drama series “The L Word” are almost all lesbian. The stars of the show, which airs its series finale in 2009, include Jennifer Beals, Mia Kirshner, Laurel Holloman and Katherine Moennig. Years before she was on “The L Word,” Holloman costarred with Nicole Ari Parker as lesbian teens in the 1995 movie “The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love.”

John Goodman in “Normal, Ohio”
Former “Roseanne” star John Goodman played against type in the short-lived sitcom “Normal, Ohio.” In the TV series (which came and went in 2000), Goodman is William “Butch” Gamble, a gay man who goes back to his hometown after coming out of the closet.

Mariel Hemingway in “Roseanne”
Speaking of “Roseanne,” that show featured three different lesbian characters — played by guest stars Mariel Hemingway, Sandra Bernhard and Morgan Fairchild — and caused quite a bit of controversy with the first network-TV lesbian kiss — between Hemingway’s character and Roseanne Barr’s character. FYI: Hemingway also plays a bisexual Olympian athlete in the 1982 movie “Personal Best.”

Richard Harris in the “Harry Potter” movies
Richard Harris plays wizard-school headmaster Albus Dumbledore in the “Harry Potter” movie series. The character was outed in 2007, when “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling revealed that Dumbledore is gay.

Cillian Murphy in “Breakfast on Pluto”
In the 2005 dramedy “Breakfast on Pluto,” Cillian Murphy plays a young man struggling with his sexual identity. Set in the 1970s, “Breakfast on Pluto” features Murphy as Patrick “Kitten” Braden, who goes on a quest to find his biological mother. The movie was directed by Neil Jordan and costars Stephen Rea, who also collaborated on 1992’s “The Crying Game.”

Jaye Davidson in “The Crying Game”
Speaking of “The Crying Game,” who could forget transgender character Dil? Jaye Davidson earned an Oscar nomination for his “revealing” role in the 1992 film.

Harvey Fierstein in “Torch Song Trilogy”
In the 1982 big-screen film “Torch Song Trilogy,” Harvey Fierstein reprises his role from the stage show of the same title. In the movie, Fierstein is openly gay Arnold Beckoff, a man looking for romance and dealing with a complicated relationship with his mother.

Jesse L. Martin and Wilson Jermaine Heredia in “Rent”
Jesse L. Martin (as professor Tom Collins) and Wilson Jermaine Heredia (as drag-queen musician Angel Dumott Schunard) also reprised their roles from an acclaimed Broadway show on the big screen. In the 2005 movie musical “Rent,” the two actors play openly gay men who have AIDS.

The Cast of “Longtime Companion”

The 1990 drama “Longtime Companion” was the first big-screen feature film about the effect of AIDS on the gay community. The ensemble cast members who play a group of gay friends and lovers include Dermot Mulroney, Campbell Scott, Bruce Davison, Patrick Cassidy, Stephen Caffrey and Mark Lamos.

J.D. Pardo in “A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story”
The 2006 Lifetime Original Movie “A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story” is the tragic real-life tale of a transgender teen (J.D. Pardo) who becomes the victim of a brutal hate crime. Keep clicking for more Lifetime Original Movies with gay themes.

Brooke Shields in “What Makes a Family” 
Brooke Shields (pictured at left) plays a lesbian whose partner (Cherry Jones) is artificially inseminated and then dies in the 2001 Lifetime Original Movie “What Makes a Family.” The true story involves a custody case that ensued between Shields’ character and the child’s grandparents.

Valerie Bertinelli in “Two Mothers for Zachary” 
As Jody Ann Shaffell in the 1996 TV-movie “Two Mothers for Zachary,” Valerie Bertinelli also plays a lesbian mom fighting for custody of her child. Jody Ann’s opponent in court is her own mother, Nancy (Vanessa Redgrave), who doesn’t approve of her daughter’s lifestyle.

Ellen Muth and Kelly Rowan in “The Truth About Jane”
In the 2000 Lifetime Original Movie “The Truth About Jane,” Ellen Muth plays a teen who discovers she’s gay while in high school, much to the disapproval of her mom (Stockard Channing). Kelly Rowan portrays her teacher, who happens to be a lesbian as well.

Shane Meier in “The Matthew Shepard Story”
Stockard Channing plays another mom of a gay teen in the 2002 TV-movie “The Matthew Shepard Story.” Shane Meier plays the title character in this tragic true story of young man who becomes the victim of a hate crime, and how his mother fights for justice.

Leslie Hope and Wendy Crewson in “An Unexpected Love”
This duo teamed up to play a couple in this 2003 Lifetime Original Movie “An Unexpected Love.” Leslie Hope plays an unhappily married woman who falls for her new boss, played by Wendy Crewson. Lee Rose directed and wrote “An Unexpected Love” and “The Truth About Jane.

Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine in “The Children’s Hour”
Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine star in the 1961 film “The Children’s Hour,” which was a groundbreaking gay-themed film for its time. They play headmistresses Karen Wright and Martha Dobie, who run a private school for girls in New England. When a young pupil is punished for lying, she accuses the two women of being romantically involved. The rumor spreads quickly, but what’s more surprising to everyone is that there is some truth behind it.

Christopher Meloni in “Oz”
Jesse L. Martin isn’t the only actor in the “Law & Order” family to play a character attracted to the same sex. In the prison drama “Oz,” Christopher Meloni (pictured at right), of “Law & Order: SVU” fame, portrayed inmate Chris Keller who has an ongoing tryst with fellow prisoner Tobias Beecher (Lee Tergesen, pictured at left).

Elisabeth Röhm in “Law & Order”
Speaking yet again of “Law & Order,” the sexuality of the show’s Assistant District Attorney Serena Southerlyn (Elisabeth Röhm) wasn’t revealed until her character exited the show in 2005. After being fired, Serena declares, “Is it because I’m a lesbian?”

Natasha Lyonne in “But I’m a Cheerleader”
In the 1999 comedy “But I’m a Cheerleader,” Natasha Lyonne plays lesbian teen Megan Bloomfield, whose parents ship her off to camp to “cure” her of her homosexual tendencies. While at the camp, Megan finds true love with another girl.

Rupert Everett in “My Best Friend’s Wedding”
British actor Rupert Everett is openly gay in real life, and he has played several gay or transgender roles onscreen. Perhaps the most of famous of these roles is in the 1997 comedy “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” in which he plays the close friend of a woman (Julia Roberts) who realizes she’s in love with longtime male friend who’s about to get married to someone else. In the 2000 drama “The Next Best Thing,” Everett plays an openly gay man who has a child with his single best friend (Madonna), but then she falls in love with someone else, and a custody battle ensues. And in the 2007 British comedy film “St. Trinian’s,” Everett plays a female impersonator who’s a headmistress at a girls’ school.

John Ritter in “Sling Blade”
The late John Ritter got great reviews for his supporting role in the 1996 drama “Sling Blade.” In the movie, he plays a gay man struggling against homophobia in rural Arkansas.

Matthew Rhys in “Brothers & Sisters”
Matthew Rhys plays openly gay Kevin Walker in the drama series “Brothers & Sisters.” On the show, Kevin (who’s a communications director for his senator brother-in-law) gets married to longtime partner Scotty Wandell (Luke Macfarlane).

John Cameron Mitchell in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”
John Cameron Mitchell cowrote, directed and starred in the critically acclaimed 2001 indie musical “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” based on Mitchell’s theater production of the same name. As the title character in the movie, Mitchell plays a male-to-female transsexual German rock singer who experiences heartbreak in her romantic relationships.

Mario Cantone and Willie Garson in “Sex and the City” 
The women of the “Sex and the City” TV series have gay men as part of their circle of friends; most notably, brutally sarcastic Anthony Marantino (Mario Cantone) and shy Stanford Blatch (Willie Garson). The actors reprised their roles in 2008’s big-screen “Sex and the City: The Movie.”

Rex Lee in “Entourage”
Rex Lee plays long-suffering administrative assistant Lloyd in the comedy series “Entourage.” Lloyd is often the target of abusive and sometimes homophobic tirades from his hard-charging Hollywood agent boss, Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven).

Michael Boatman in “Spin City”
In this sitcom, Michael Boatman plays Carter Heywood, the head of minority affairs for New York’s mayoral office. He played the role during the show’s run from 1996 to 2002.

Kerr Smith in “Dawson’s Creek”
Kerr Smith plays Jack McPhee in this prime-time soap geared for the younger crowd. On the show, Jack comes out of the closet after coming to terms with his sexuality.

Michael C. Hall in “Six Feet Under”
Years before he was playing a straight serial killer on another cable network, Michael C. Hall played funeral director David Fisher, who has a relationship with an African-American cop (Mathew St. Patrick, pictured at left) in the award-winning series “Six Feet Under.” This was American TV’s first ongoing gay interracial relationship.

Alyson Hannigan in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”
The actress, now best known for her role on “How I Met Your Mother,” previously played powerful young witch Willow Rosenberg in the TV series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” (Hannigan co-stars with “Buffy’ played by Sarah Michelle Gellar.) In the TV series, Willow finds true love at college with a fellow female coed (Tara Benson), who also is into potions and spells.

Donna Pescow in “All My Children”
“All My Children” and other daytime soaps have had gay characters. But from 1982 to 1983, Donna Pescow played Dr. Lynn Carson, the first openly gay character on a daytime soap. Pescow is pictured here in a 2007 photo. (Eden Riegel, who played Erica Kane’s daughter, Bianca, played a lesbian on the same soap years later.)

Lee Pace in “Soldier’s Girl” 
The 2003 TV movie “Soldier’s Girl” tells the true story of soldier Barry Winchell (Troy Garity), who was murdered for falling in love with transgender Calpernia Addams, who was born a male named Scottie (played by Lee Pace). Garity and Pace each earned Golden Globe nominations for their roles in the movie.

Dennis Quaid in “Far From Heaven”

Dennis Quaid got some of the best reviews of his career for his role in the 2002 drama “Far From Heaven.” In the movie, Quaid is Frank Whitaker, a married father who comes out of the closet and leaves his wife (Julianne Moore) for another man.

Harry Hamlin and Michael Ontkean in “Making Love”
The 1982 big-screen film “Making Love” also tackles the issue of a closeted gay husband who falls in love with another man. In this movie, Michael Ontkean is the husband, Harry Hamlin is the gay lover and Kate Jackson is the jilted wife.

Eric McCormack and Sean Hayes in “Will & Grace”
Eric McCormack and Sean Hayes each won an Emmy for their portrayals of openly gay men in “Will & Grace.” McCormack plays know-it-all Will Truman, while Hayes is the more flamboyant Jack McFarland. McCormack and Hayes co-star with Megan Mullally and Debra Messing.

Wesley Snipes, John Leguizamo and Patrick Swayze in “To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar”
In the 1995 comedy, Wesley Snipes, John Leguizamo and Patrick Swayze play three drag queens who go on a road trip, but their car breaks down in a small, conservative town. The townspeople don’t know what to make of the trio.

The Stars of “If These Walls Could Talk 2”
The 2000 anthology TV movie “If These Walls Could Talk 2” tells different stories about women and their love lives. Sharon Stone, Ellen DeGeneres, Vanessa Redgrave, Chloë Sevigny and Michelle Williams all play lesbians in the movie.

Javier Bardem and Johnny Depp in “Before Night Falls”
In the 2000 drama “Before Night Falls,” Spanish actor Javier Bardem portrays Cuban writer Reinaldo Arenas, who was kept in jail for his sexuality and controversial work. Bardem earned an Oscar nomination for this movie. Johnny Depp has two very different roles in the film: as the transgender prisoner Bon Bon and as no-nonsense Lieutenant Victor.

Mick Jagger and Clive Owen in “Bent”
The 1997 indie drama “Bent” tells a story about how homosexuality was dealt with in Nazi Germany. Clive Owen plays a closeted gay man named Max, who hides his sexuality from authorities while in a Nazi concentration camp, where he falls for another male prisoner. Mick Jagger has a supporting role in the film as a drag-queen singer.

Tony Randall in “Love, Sidney”
Tony Randall plays closeted Sidney Shore in the sitcom “Love, Sidney,” which was on the air from 1981 to 1983. In the TV series, Sidney invites a single mom and her young daughter to live with him.

Doug Savant in “Melrose Place”
Doug Savant’s “Melrose Place” character, social worker Matt Fielding, struggles with whether or not to stay in the closet to certain people, and he often faces discrimination and gay bashing. In one story line, Matt becomes romantically involved with a soldier who wants to hide their relationship for fear of being kicked out of the military.

Every one of these films, and there are MANY more, praise the evils of homosexuality.

David Fincher was a young beginning producer when he did ALIEN 3. What a lousy sequel. In the documentary about how they made the film, Sigourney Weaver and all the actors praise Fincher as a genius. When I heard all the actors talking about this young man with almost idolatrous worship, I knew two things had to be true about him: 1) Fincher is Jewish, and 2) Fincher is gay. Sure enough, both are true. Movie producer David Fincher is a Hollywood Jewish Homosexual. If you upset the Jewish elites controlling Hollywood, your career in movies is finished in HollyWEIRD. Thus, the actors all praise and idolize the source of their earthly wealth. Sadly, they’re all bound for the Lake of Fire in their unbelief.

God is NO respecter of persons. Romans 10:12, “For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him.” I certainly love Jewish people and have no ill-feelings toward anyone because of their race or heritage. My all-time hero is Jewish, Jesus Christ Himself!!! I speak the truth because it is the truth. What is so wrong about speaking THE TRUTH?


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