DoomAt least so says Dr. Ted Baehr, chairman of The Christian Film & Television Commission and founder of Movie Guide, where he reviews and rates movies based on their morality. And Movie Guide totally rules - just ask the President.

As you might have guessed, Baehr's problems with Doom are many. Ma-ny. First of all, he's got major issues with a guy who has "Semper Fi" tattooed on his back ordering the slaughter of, well, pretty much everyone. When one of his underlings says he's not into the whole-sale slaughter thing, Mr. Semper Fi shoots him in the head. Not, according to Dr. Baehr, the best advertisement for the Marines. Or, come to think of it, the US of A - it makes Dr. Baehr "...sad to see a major Hollywood movie, especially one aimed at the teenagers and young adults who are recruited into our armed forces, include such a vile, anti-American message." So there. Plus, there's a guy who "carves a cross into his arm when he takes the Lord's name in vain" - which, obviously, mocks Christianity. Oh, and apparently having a hero who is able "to be injected with the superman serum and not mutate into a monster" is somehow neo-Nazi. Hmm. Maybe non-monsters are a master race.

Jeez. And we thought Roger Ebert was harsh.