I don’t know. Probably nothing. I didn’t see it, and it looks terrible.
Can we please stop doing this kind of thing with every pop-culture excretion?
Some works of art are, well, works of art and more readily provoke theological, philosophical, and spiritual reflection.
Some works of art are mere frivolities, which can be simply enjoyed by Christians in moderation but don’t lend themselves easily to philosophical rumination except at the viewer’s most eisogetical of stretches. Still others of these frivolous fragments of pop-cultural detritus should simply be ignored, and an ever-growing number should be openly rejected and even repudiated.
But some works are so dumb, so vapid, so insipid that the contemporary Christian impulse to extract something of redemption from them actually reveals how dumb, vapid, and insipid highbrow evangelicals can be.
Let the reader understand.