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Passion of the Christ, The

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MPAA Rating: R
Theater Release: 2/25/2004
Video Release: 8/31/2004
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Impressive Filmmaking - By Diana Saenger
How many people have not heard about Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ by now?  I'll wager only a few. For this highly anticipated film, Gibson served as both producer and director. He also collaborated with screenwriter Benedict Fitzgerald to write his version... MORE >>

Tempest in a Testament - By Donald Levit
On Opening Day at 2,800 theaters, the final Ash Wednesday screening of The Passion of the Christ is sedate and not very full, a calm in the eye of the storm. Given months of media frenzy otherwise sacred to Super Sundays and March Madnesses, the political, social, ethnic and... MORE >>

The Torturous Path to Forgiveness - By Jeffrey Chen
Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ has arrived, and with it a deluge of interpretations and reactions, fed by fervent attitudes that can only come with the emotional sparks ignited by religion. A couple of things are for certain -- everyone who sees this movie... MORE >>

Strenuous Filmmaking, Strenuous Christianity - By John P. McCarthy
Mel Gibson's visceral interpretation of Jesus of Nazareth's arrest and crucifixion is a good piece of filmmaking. Whether it's good theology ultimately depends on your religious beliefs, but the two judgments can't easily be separated. Without question the amount of graphic, artfully... MORE >>

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