The Passion Of The Christ

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Anytime a movie is written and directed about Jesus Christ there is bound to be a high amount of controversy surrounding the correctness within the movie. The Passion of the Christ, directed by Mel Gibson, is a perfect example of the controversial issues that arise when a biblical movie is viewed. Each individual that views this film will have varying differences of opinions. Some have thought the movie is a fantastic replay of the death of Jesus Christ by crucifixion. While others have found every detail to be arguable because of the harsh violence or that it does not follow exactly as told in the bible. Even though the movie is controversial and may or may not have complete accuracy throughout the movie, it gives the movie goer a violent but passionate view of what Jesus Christ endured during the last twelve hours of his life. The Passion of the Christ is a remarkable film that generates an extremely emotional, moving experience in each person that allows themselves to view the movie with an open mind. The message being delivered in the film is of the cruelty that Jesus Christ was willing to endure for the sins of the people he loved. Gibson did an outstanding job of recreating the last twelve hours of Jesus Christ’s life. The story was told as close to how the bible reflects Jesus’s death as possible. For example, the movie shows Jesus being brutally beaten and nailed to the cross to suffer a cruel death. This depiction is exactly how Jesus died. As hard as it may be to
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