Home    Contact_Us     Refer a friend to Peacemovies.com.    old Homepage  Peacemovies.com privacy policy


Use this search box to search Peacemovies.com (Please don't use search if you have a "dumb" phone.): Also try using Google Chrome.  Get Google Chrome Here
Custom Search

What Is Peacemovies.com?

by John Thielking
12-31-11

To see a brand new page, detailing how you can legally watch and hear streaming content over the web (for free) that is often of much better quality and originality than the typical Hollywood production, and is most often completely nonviolent, click here.

To see the original intro, click here.

To see some of my political concerns about PROTECT IP and SOPA (Internet censorship) click here.

To see some of my political concerns about Indefinite Detention of US Citizens under the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012, which the Obama administration has stated will likely not be vetoed, click here.

Peacemovies.com seeks to be one piece of the puzzle for how to solve the problem of violence in the world. There are many root causes of violence, as can be seen by reading Christian Parenti's “Tropic Of Chaos”, including global warming that is making ordinary resource shortages much worse.

Peacemovies.com attempts to use the free market to attack the problem of promotion of violence by US culture and the military-industrial-complex controlled mass media by supplying people with accurate information about how much violence is in each movie. Each movie reviewed on Peacemovies.com is put into one of four categories: little or no violence, non-violent, iffy and too violent. [Note that movies that are rated Too Violent are listed but not reviewed.] A mini survey done a couple of years ago reveals that about ˝ of the people want to watch non-violent movies. The other ˝ don't care one way or the other. Only about 10% of the people seek out violent movies as their favorite. 40%-50% of the movies on the market are already non-violent. Since non-violent movies may appeal to 90% of the population, this means that in the ideal free market the market share of non-violent movies could be as high as 90% of ticket sales. If we can get to a place where the only movies that make it to blockbuster status are movies like Eat Pray Love, Tin Cup, Mrs. Doubtfire and ET, we may start turning out generations of leaders who think of non-violent solutions to international conflicts and make those solutions stick.

My goal at Peacemovies.com is to have the site be viewable from whatever type of device it is that you are using to browse the web. Anything from a MetroWeb dumb phone to the latest desktop or tablet should load the pages on Peacemovies.com and render them legibly.  If for some reason this is not the case for you and your device, drop me an e-mail and I will see if I can fix that.  Note that if you are attempting to access Rotten Tomatoes Reviews or Fandango from Peacemovies.com using a mobile device, you may need to download the free apps that are available from those sites before you can browse to your final destination. On the other hand, commonsensemedia.org is viewable and searchable from a dumb phone with no appp required. Also, the google search boxes on Peacemovies.com may not work if you have a dumb phone, like my MetroWeb phone.  Google wouldn't let me make a search results page narrower than 800 pixels. Sorry.  I may be able to pay a third party company to make a search feature for the site that works with dumb phones in the near future.  Stay tuned.  Thank you.

Peacemovies.com also offers reviews of nonviolent movies on dvd.  To see those reviews, click here, or visit the page below to check out non-violent movies and family movies in theaters. The complete reviews of everything in theaters up to Iffy are available by clicking the links in the table below.  Concerned about your privacy while surfing Peacemovies.com?  Not to worry, your information is safe with Peacemovies.com.  Check out the privacy policy here.

Also. please note that the Peacemovies.com user interface is not sleek and sexy with all those pictures and buttons that you see on other web sites, and it will remain like that for the foreseeable future.  That is because it is just too much work for one person to construct CSS pages for all of the mobile devices out there and still have time to watch the movies and post the results in a timely manner. Thank you for your understanding.

Unlike competing movie review sites, Peacemovies.com never makes you sign up for a membership and doesn't take forever to load the pages and/or misdirect you to a page that doesn't actually have the movie reviews you were looking for.  No Jedi Mind Tricks here.  These are the movie reviews you were looking for...

To see the Occupy Oakland General Strike solidarity page click here

To see the Occupy Cal General Strike solidarity page click here.

To see the Occupy UC Davis and UC General Strike solidarity page click here.

Note that Peacemovies.com is also on Twitter and Facebook.  To find the Facebook page, search for peacemovies on Facebook.com. To find Peacemovies on Twitter, go to http://www.twitter.com/peacemovies.  The twitter feed is updated every Friday with the preliminary list of new movies in theaters that are too violent and by Saturday or Sunday with the complete list of new movies that include the nonviolent movies currently in theaters.

John Thielking is a peace and environmental activist who lived in Santa Cruz from 1984-2005 and who currently lives in San Jose, CA. You can e-mail John at pagesincolor@yahoo.com.


Custom Search



Violence Ratings And Reviews of Movies Currently In Theaters from 12/4/11 to 1/4/12: (Click on links to see reviews.)
Little or no Violence  (2 or less violent scenes, or just a few off screen violent stories and few deaths if any.)
Seducing Charlie Barker R Comedy

Like Crazy PG-13  Romance

Margin Call  R  Drama

The Women On The 6th Floor  NR  Comedy/Drama

The Ides Of March  R  Drama

Dolphin Tale 3D PG  Drama

Midnight In Paris PG-13  Romantic Comedy
Non-Violent (10 or less violent scenes, with few if any dead bodies.)
Young Adult R Drama

Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey PG Documentary

New Year's Eve PG-13 Drama/Comedy

The Descendants R Drama

My Week With Marilyn  R Drama

Melancholia  R Sci-Fi/Fantasy

Paranormal Activity 3   R  Horror

Take Shelter R  Drama

The Way PG-13 Comedy/Drama

50/50 R Comedy/Drama

Moneyball PG-13  Drama

Iffy (11-20 scenes of mild violence)
A Dangerous Method R Drama/Suspense/Thriller

We Bought A Zoo PG Comedy/Drama/Family

Hugo PG Family/Suspense/Thriller

Jack and Jill PG Comedy/Romance

Comedy Sportz  NR  Live Improv Comedy

The Help  PG-13  Drama

Too Violent (way more than 10 violent scenes and/or many dead bodies and/or an orgy of violence at any point)
Goats R Comedy*

The Artist PG-13 Romance

Sholem Aleichem: Laughing In The Darkness NR Documentary

Don 2 NR Drama

The Darkest Hour PG-13 Action/Adventure/Sci-Fi

War Horse PG-13 Drama

The Adventures Of TinTin 3D PG Animation/Action/Adventure

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo R Drama (A rerelease of a movie from 2 years ago anyway...The sequel already came out last year...)

Alvin And The Chipmunks: Chipwrecked w/Scrat's Continental Crackup G Family  (The Island blows up at the end, looking like Vietnam.)

Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol PG-13 Drama

Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows PG-13 Thriller

Outrage R Drama

The Sitter R Comedy

Answers To Nothing R Comedy

Into The Abyss  PG-13 Documentary  (A good look at the death penalty, but it has too many stories about violence.)

Pastorela  R  Comedy

The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch NR Drama

Punch (Wan-deuk-i) NR Drama

Bejawada NR Action/Adventure/Drama

The Muppets PG Comedy

Arthur Christmas PG Animation

Happy Feet Two with I Tawt I Taw A Putty Cat PG Animation

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 PG-13 Drama  (CBS 5 News of 11-25-11 reports that the flashing lights during the birthing scene may cause some people to have seizures or become nauseous. This may be prevented by wearing blue blocking sunglasses.)

J. Edgar R Drama

Immortals 3D  R  Action/Adventure/Sci-Fi

The Skin I Live In R Horror

A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas R Comedy

Tower Heist PG-13  Action/Adventure

In Time PG-13  Sci-Fi/Fantasy

Puss In Boots  PG  Animated

The Rum Diary R Drama

The Three Musketeers  PG-13 Action/Adventure

Real Steel PG-13 Action/Adventure/Drama

Not yet reviewed



Note that Peacemovies.com reviews movies only for their violence content.  For a more detailed analysis of other issues in movies (especially for gauging age-appropriateness for kids) please visit http://www.commonsensemedia.org .

Archives of past non-violent movie and family movie reviews:   7-4-10    8-4-10
    9-4-10   10-4-10   9-4-11   10-4-11    11-4-11  12-4-11

Peacemovies.com Survey:

Please take the following short survey to help improve the Peacemovies.com web site.  Your answer will be recorded by the web site tracking software and no personally identifiable information will be used or obtained.  No prizes will be awarded since Peacemovies.com will not request your e-mail address and therefore will not send you spam. Thanks.

Click on one of the following links to answer the following question:  How often do you visit the Peacemovies.com web site?

More than once per day      Once per day   More than once per week     Once per week  More than once per month   Once per month   Less than once per month

Please only answer the question once. Thank you.


Brought to you by:

Peacemovies.com
592 Mountain Home Dr
San Jose, CA 95136 USA
408-914-2751
pagesincolor@yahoo.com

free counters