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    THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST posters

    Formerly known simply as The Passion, this adaptation of the diaries of Anne Catherine Emmerich, collected in the book "The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ," Mary of Agreda's "The City of God" and the New Testament Gospels of Luke, John, Matthew and Mark. The film stars James Caviezel in a chronicle of the final 12 hours in the life of Jesus Christ.
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    Thumbs down

    b ring.

    If Me, I will do it more contraversial... but again, I really don't care about religion stuff (as U all know)

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    Nice. Nothing special, though.
    Originally posted by ZUBi
    b ring.

    If Me, I will do it more contraversial...
    Mel doesn't seem to be marketing this film as controversial. Quite the opposite. He seems hell bent on assuring every mainstream Christian group that his movie portrays Jesus in a very mainstream, historically accurate way. It's like this movie is the anti-Last Temptation of Christ. I'd be surprised if any groups (except for fringe far left-wingers) boycott this movie.
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    to me they look like book covers
    somebody told me you have a boyfriend who looks like a girldfriend that i had in february of last year the killers

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    I really like these posters. Also agree with streetpreacher, they do look like bookcovers.

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    It was my first thought aswell. Its the font that makes it look like a book.


    Still i got to say I kind of like the first one. Change font and its quite good.
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    first one looks all right, the second one doens't show enough

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    new poster from comingsoon.net

    a bit more controversial
    http://comingsoon.net/nextraimages/passionposter.jpg

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    y controversial ?

    heres another

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    I think the new one is the nicest
    You're waiting for a train, a train that will take you far away. You know where you hope this train will take you, but you can't be sure. But it doesn't matter - because we'll be together.

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    The worse is yet to come (apparently )
    Gibson did not mention the Vatican denial [of the Pope's alleged comment "It is as it was..."] when he addressed the pastors. He thanked them for their prayers, but warned, somewhat ominously, "I anticipate the worst is yet to come. I hope I'm wrong. I hope I'm wrong."
    Gibson said the film gestated in his imagination for 12 years as he meditated on the gospel stories of a God who became human so he could pay the price for human sin.
    "He could have done it by pricking his finger and shedding a little blood. He didn't; he wanted to go all the way," Gibson said.
    While Gibson thanked the pastors for their support, his publicity director, Paul Lauer, urged them to send youth groups to the R-rated flick when it opens on February 25 on 2,000 screens in the United States.
    The rating, apparently based on the graphic depiction of the crucifixion, means those under age 17 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.
    Lauer predicted that if the film posts good numbers on its opening weekend, "I think there'll be a lot of powerful people in Hollywood saying, 'Somebody get me a Jesus picture.' "
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