John Nolte begins at Breitbart:
The trailer for director Ana Duvernay's A Wrinkle In Time looks awful -- empty and bloated. According to Rotten Tomatoes, most mainstream reviewers of the Disney flick, those predisposed to give a black, female director like DuVernay every benefit of the doubt, found the movie to be a diet of empty calories.
Thanks to alternative media, the reason for this might come from Disney's decision to strip Wrinkle of its central theme -- Christianity.
Nolte's concluding words:
Normal Americans do not care about skin color. We are over it and see no reason to celebrate something as middle-aged as "diverse casting." Christianity, however, is timeless.
Moreover, to remove Christianity from the movie, most especially when it is so integral to the original story, is not an act of inclusiveness, but rather another bigoted and hostile act from an increasingly provincial and small-minded entertainment industry.
Read Nolte's entire column here.