British Christians are being told that the movie "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrone" is a religious allegory and they should be in a proper frame of mind when they see it, or something, or else they're going to hell. Apparently you are not allowed to think about it as a fun work of fiction. You are to take C.S. Lewis and his tale of talking lions and alternate dimensions very, very seriously. As Jesus said, "Hooray for money!" From the Reuters article: "'Manchester Cathedral in northern England staged a Narnia day, the Methodist organization MethodistChildren wrote a special Narnia service and Church of Scotland moderator David Lacy said it was common sense to seize the opportunity. "The Church would be daft not to capitalize on any benefits it can get out of it," Lacy said.'" Ideas that might actually affect people's lives, such as some of that 'helping the poor' or 'visiting the sick' crap that this Jesus person was supposed to be big on, were completely undiscussed, because nothing is more important than helping out Disney's bottom line and going to see a movie about talking lions. If it's any consolation, C.S. Lewis' work about his real life conversion to Christianity is actually funnier.