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Religion And The Media Coursework. Intro There are a large variety of films and soaps about religion or with a lot of religion in it going from comedy such as vicar of dibley or Bruce almighty there is also some soaps with a little bit of religion because of weddings and stuff such as neighbours , hollyoaks, eastenders ect, ect. ...read more.


I've taken the time to list some of the things that happened in the film such as: * Parting a bowl of soup * Walking on water * Moving the moon * Made people win the lottery (Warning these may upset religious viewers because of the miracles that Bruce performs) ...read more.


I agree because on vicar of dibley it seems like there trying to make religion seem ridicules and as one big joke. Also the film Bruce was a comedy and once again I thought they were trying to make religion seem funny and that might offend some religious viewers. ...read more.

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