Does This Mean I Have To See The Movie?

Stallone's gone back to church. Typical celeb-finds-God piece kind of glides over a few things, but still:
"When my daughter was born sick, and I realized I really needed some help here, I started putting everything in God's hands, his omnipotence, his all-forgivingness."Stallone added that being Catholic "puts me where I should be. I was alone in the world. I thought I would have to handle things in my own way." But then "I thought if I put myself in Jesus' hands and asked for insight and guidance I am basically taking the yoke off of me and using his intelligence and wisdom to make the proper decision," he said.
He considers the latest "Rocky" Christian film-making:
When you see the film, it's about actually being able to listen to your heart and not so much your mind, following the guidance of someone much more powerful than you: Jesus.
"In 'Rocky I,' the first person we saw was Jesus," he said, referring to an opening scene of the boxing club where there is a big mural of Jesus on a back wall.
Hmm. I don't think of Stallone as one for subtlety, but he knows something I could wish many aspiring Christian artistes understood. Speaking of the upcoming Rambo 144,000, he says:
"It's also a Christian movie," Stallone said. "Here's how it is. I believe that you can have a Christian theme but you can't hit it too heavy. You can't hit 'em over the head with a hammer. You have to be subtle about it."

Rambo's gonna smuggle some missionaries up the river. Really. I'm laughing, but it does make me kind of interested now.