Thankfully, my friend (and designer of this site), Hillel sent me this link, which I awoke to this morning- Tears for Moshiach. In the ten minute preview (though it felt longer with only half a cup of coffee in my system), you can find out how you, with sentimental music and overwrought narration, can hasten the coming of the Messiah.
"You will hear and see unimaginable events," the narrator booms- such as scenes imagined by the special effects department of the Day After Tomorrow? Or cheap recreations of Holocaust movies? Or the asteroid scene from Armageddon (though nothing involving Liv Tyler and Ben Affleck thankfully).
The viewer gets to travel back in time to see Hashem saving the Jews from miracles- or is it the Scots from the English during Braveheart? Or the final stand of the 300? Someone in Hollywood should look at this film for possible copyright infringement.
"The message within this film has the power to show us the true greatness of Hashem and how special we Klal Yisrael are to our Father, Avinu Sh'bashamayim....Tragedies that can only be a message from Hashem that He wants something from us." How do we know this- cause so many people have died. Clearly, God has a message for us. (Now, not to go all Shalom Auslander here, but it does have the ring of an abusive relationship- "He hits me but he loves me." But I think Sassy Gay Friend says it better when he's giving advice to the Giving Tree.
"This is turning into a snuff film!")
If you'd like to watch the hour and forty (!) minute film instead of the randomly selected clips from disaster movies, then all you got to do is pay 15 bucks and you can get your waterworks on for Moshiach.