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Light To See The Devil

There is a scene in the movie ‘The Passion of the Christ’ where Christ is walking the Via Dolorosa. The people are in an almost party mood as they watch the condemned carry their crosses to Golgotha. 413 more words

Reflections

Hacksaw Ridge (dir. Mel Gibson, 2016)

Hacksaw Ridge may be a number of things — the most violent war film in cinematic history, an allegory of the importance of religious freedom over against state encroachment, a vehicle intended to rehabilitate the image of much-maligned director, Mel Gibson. 935 more words

God

The Mel Gibson Comeback: Will Hollywood Let This Outsider Back In?

For the last ten years, Mel Gibson and Hollywood have been deeply estranged. But this weekend’s opening of “Hacksaw Ridge,” his powerfully crafted, bloody-heart-on-the-sleeve drama about the most heroic pacifist — or maybe the only pacifist — to serve in World War II, marks their official reconciliation. 1,267 more words

Columns

Encore: Mel Gibson Q&A On 'Hacksaw Ridge'

Editors Note: This Mel Gibson interview originally appeared September 6 after the triumphant Venice Film Festival premiere of Hacksaw Ridge. The dialogue seemed worth another look as… 6,811 more words

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Mel Gibson's Back from Hell and He Wants a Happy Ending

Mel Gibson wants his happy ending. And, whether you like it or not, he’s gonna get it.

Gibson’s first directorial effort in 10 years, Hacksaw Ridge… 1,547 more words

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Mel Gibson is moving forward with his Passion of the Christ sequel

Rumors of a sequel to Mel Gibson‘s blockbuster 2004 religious drama The Passion of the Christ have been swirling around since August, and Gibson has now confirmed that such a sequel is indeed in the works. 195 more words

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The Passion of the Christ

As it’s Halloween, we take a look at The Passion of the Christ, Mel Gibson’s 2004 retelling of the crucifixion story.

This Christian propaganda horror movie consists 30 minutes of set-up, including… 370 more words

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