Did you cry at THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST?

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29 Dec 2005, 3:08 pm

Yupa wrote:
Who here agrees with me that Passion of the Christ was more of a comedy than anything? I thought 'Passion of the Christ' seemed a lot more like a Mel Brooks film than a Mel Gibson film


Interesting take. I've never, ever heard anyone say that before.

Yupa wrote:
It was pretty obvious that the crucifixion scene was intended to be comical.


I disagree with that totally. I don't think Gibson intended the crucifixion to be anything other than heartrending. But as to how to take it, that's a different matter. The Romans who were crucifying Christ were laughing the whole way through the crucifixion scene, so clearly, somebody agrees with your viewpoint. :)


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