Apologies in advance to any fellow ex-JW's that personally believe in Christ. We all have our own beliefs now, whatever works for you and isn't JW's - I am all for it.
I watched a Netflix streaming movie yesterday called The Encounter. http://movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/The_Encounter/70184203?trkid=4213507
Why I watched it, I don't know. It just showed up under new releases and for some reason I thought it was supposed to be a horror/thriller B-movie or something. I just put it on my 2nd monitor to halfway watch while I was working on my main screen.
Long story short, this movie had Jesus intervene, posing as a diner cook/owner, trying to "save"/turn-around 5 people in it, and had Jesus act and talk just like the Jesus from the Bible.
If Jesus was real and alive today in human form he would have totally creeped me out. The way that he talked the whole time in whimsical riddle fashion, the way that he was telling these people what to do in their lives, the fake-JW-like smile plastered on his face the whole time like he was in the Soundgarden "Black Hole Sun" video, the uncomfortable way he repeatedly tells each of the other 5 characters "I love you" and stares at them, the fact that he kept repeating how he knows everything because he's Jesus....
I mean, if you get a chance, just watch it. It made me feel really icky and uncomfortable inside for some reason lol.
Funny thing is they have one of the characters ask him multiple questions like why he killed all the men, women, children, and livestock in Canaan. It's like they used the Reasoning Book and other religious fluffery to answer the doubter. It keeeeeeeled me.