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March 26, 2012
A very touching film you will never lthink of sin this way again
March 07, 2012
I WAS MOVED TOO. I WAS ACTUALLY SCREAMING STOP THATS ENOUGH DURING THE FLOGGING SCENE. YES, I TOO FELT LIKE I WAS THERE.
May 01, 2011
i still cry when i watch it on dvd
April 23, 2011
No human being can watch this movie without tears of anguish. Mel Gibson knew in his heart the meaning of our saviors passion and was able to translate this epic event to move our hearts.
April 07, 2011
Mel Gibson is a genious!
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Even within what often looks like a self-indulgent exercise in humiliation, pain and gratuitous gore, there is no denying the moments of genuine and powerful feeling in The Passion of the Christ -- some of which, by the way, evoke Jesus's most profound teachings of Jewish principles. Full Review
There is enlightenment -- even stark poetry -- in The Passion. Full Review
The New York Times
On its own, apart from whatever beliefs a viewer might bring to it, The Passion of the Christ never provides a clear sense of what all of this bloodshed was for, an inconclusiveness that is Mr. Gibson's most serious artistic failure. Full Review
This is a two-hour-and-six-minute snuff movie -- The Jesus Chainsaw Massacre -- that thinks it's an act of faith. Full Review
A gripping, powerful motion picture -- arguably the most forceful depiction of Jesus' death ever to be committed to film. It leaves an indelible imprint on the psyche; viewers of this movie may never look at a crucifix in quite the same way. Full Review