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Leave it to the intelligentsia to debate the film's alleged anti-Semitic slant; if one judges what is on the screen (so gloriously served by John Debney's score and Caleb Deschanel's cinematography), there is fuel for debate but no obvious malice aforethought; the Jews under Caiaphas are just as guilty as the barbaric Romans who carry out the execution, especially after Gibson excised (from the subtitles, if not the soundtrack) the film's most controversial line of dialogue. If one accepts that Gibson's intentions are sincere, The Passion can be accepted for what it is: a grueling, straightforward (some might say unimaginative) and extremely violent depiction of the Passion, guaranteed to render devout Christians speechless while it intensifies their faith. Non-believers are likely to take a more dispassionate view, and some may resort to ridicule. But one thing remains undebatable: with The Passion of the Christ, Gibson put his money where his mouth is. You can praise or damn him all you want, but you've got to admire his chutzpah. --Jeff Shannon --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The Passion Of The Christ is a borderline masterpiece of film making by director Mel Gibson. This is thee best film ever made about Jesus Christ. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Ceifer
I have not watched this DVD yet but have seen it at the cinema and wanted this DVD to be able to watch it again. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Martha Pitre
The blueray version really improves the darker scenes and has sharper and more 3d looks for the movie.Published 4 months ago by Jon
I had seen a similar story when I was a teenager. But recently, I have been studying the story around this time again and decided to pick up this movie. Read morePublished 6 months ago by rdarkman68