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The Passion of the Christ (2004)

10th Anniversary
Directed by Mel Gibson
Starring Jim Caviezel, Monica Bellucci, Maia Morgenstern
U.S., 126 min

First Look: I remember cringing when, a few weeks after its release, my mother said that she wanted to see  731 more words

First Look

Why Hollywood won't forgive "The Passion of the Christ"

By Tom Quiner

Hollywood has forgiven many flawed men.

Roman Polanksi, who had sex with a minor, comes immediately to mind.

Woody Allen, who is credibly accused of molesting his child, saw his film win an Academy Award this year. 556 more words

Religion

The Best 5 Movies With Mel Gibson

He is one of the most remarkable actors of our time. He is 1,77 m. high and 58 years old. Born in Peekskill, USA, but eventually raised in New South Wales, Australia. 453 more words

Ideas

Billy Eichner Wore A Bunny Suit And Screamed About 'Passion Of The Christ' Because He's An Adorable Lunatic

I keep waiting for Billy Eichner to run out of things to scream at pedestrians about, but he’s showing no signs of slowing down. Couple the fantastic season… 93 more words

Web Culture

OBPC #68: Braveheart, 1995

Rating:  2½ stars (out of 4)

Braveheart (1995): Dir. Mel Gibson.  Written by: Randall Wallace.  Based upon the poem The Wallace by Blind Harry.  Starring:  Gibson, Patrick McGoohan, Angus Macfadyen, Sophie Marceau, and Catherine McCormack.  334 more words

Oscars Best Picture Countdown

Entering Jerusalem

Mark’s Gospel chapter 11.

Suppose Jesus had lived to a ripe old age. Would the truth of his teaching be diminished? I think not. Plenty of people (of all religious persuasions and none) have lived this truth, and many have died for it. 387 more words

Gospels

American History through Film (1)

1776 – Independence: The Patriot (2000)

This Mel Gibson film is remarkably similar to Mel Gibson’s earlier film Braveheart (1995). As Braveheart was a massively successful film, I am surprised that Gibson would simply remake it with an American theme. 1,551 more words

American History