I rented \"Bruce Almighty\" last week. My initial reservations about the film were that it was overtly blasphemous, but, after Adam Ellis posted a link to an interview with the director, I decided to see it first, and comment later.
After having seen it, I must say that several parts of the movie did make me uncomfortable. The overall message seemed applaudable, yet, watered-down to a degree (what more could you expect from Hollywood?).
There were funny parts, and parts that made me feel very awkward to laugh at. Needless to say, at least for my review, I don't know if the end justified the means.
(By the way, did anyone else notice any allusions to the Chevy Chase movie \"Modern Problems\"? The \"love\" scene with Jennifer Aniston, along with the deleted scene showing Bruce manipulating the anchor and causing his nose to bleed are almost carbon copies of that film.)