Mel Gibson “The Passion” Movie Review
Numbing, charming, sad, beautiful, profound, phenomenal and condescending — just a few words to describe Mel Gibson’s “The Passion.” The last 12 hours of Jesus’ life have never been so realistic and dramatically portrayed. The scenes, despite the graphics are attractive and true-to-life.
The Passion of the Christ
The most sensitive scene presents Jesus carrying a cross on his shoulder. As he staggered along the rocky road, Mary saw a flashback of their lives together. A mere child, Jesus fell to the ground and Mary was there to help him, “I’m here,” he said. A million miles away in mind, Mary runs for the help of her now-grown-up child-of-Man, like her, too stumbling into rocky roads.
Review of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ
“The Passion” which actually characterizes the meaning of “truth.” There is no other word to describe this film other than that is “The Passion” of Christ. If anything, “The Passion” promotes absolute faith, forgiveness, love and hope-not only to God, but also humans.
Starring James Caviezel (as the leading role of Jesus Christ), “The Passion,” in my opinion, does not induce anti-Semitic portrayals of Jews; Rather, it is a profound and profound truth that has the courage of Mel Gibson to re-create for the whole world to see.
“The Passion” is playing in theaters everywhere. My suggestion is to see this film with an open mind and an open heart – the rest will follow.