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What Amazing Love!

I’ll never forget the evening Jim and I watched Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” at our local movie theater. As we exited with other patrons, no one uttered a word! 144 more words

Christian Love

Fans Have the Right to Be Hypocrites

by Gabriel Valdez

Fans have the right to be hypocrites. Michael Jackson shows us that.

I won’t watch a Roman Polanski movie, but I’m occasionally intrigued by what Mel Gibson’s up to. 729 more words

Industry Analysis

Freedom's Sword by J R Tomlin

J R Tomlin’s Freedom’s Sword: A Novel of Scotland (2011) shows an obvious link to the blockbuster movie Braveheart (1995), even down to recycling the title of a non-fiction response to the movie: Peter Traquair’s  145 more words

Reviews

Go Watch This: Medieval Combat Techniques Hollywood Ignores

by Gabriel Valdez

This quick video is a superb illustration of all the things movies get wrong about combat in heavy armor. We like to think that they all fought like Gandalf and Aragorn, whirling dervishes of blades whipping this way and that while cutting down enemies with a single blow.  141 more words

Mel Gibson

MY TOP TWENTY FILMS OF ALL TIME. #19: THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST

Ok, this one is a very divisive one. The Passion Of The Christ is a film which revolves around the last 12 hours of the life of Jesus Christ. 561 more words

Film

GREAT FILM MOMENTS: Jedburgh's last stand in Edge of Darkness (2010)

This contains full *SPOILERS* for the film Edge of Darkness

Edge of Darkness is very much an underrated thriller. Mel Gibson’s big screen return was a compelling and often shocking thriller about corruption in the highest offices of the United States. 311 more words

Film