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The Passion of the Christ (2004)

Episode #178

Newmarket Films released The Passion of the Christ on February 25, 2004. Mel Gibson directed the film starring Jim Caviezel, Monica Bellucci, and Maia Morgenstern.

‘The Passion of the Christ’ 30-Second Summary

The Passion of The Christ focusses on the last twelve hours of Jesus of Nazareth’s life. It starts at the Garden of Gethsemane for Jesus’ Last Supper to Judas’ betrayal to his arrest within the city walls of Jerusalem. There, the leaders of the Pharisees confront him with accusations of blasphemy and his trial results in his condemnation to death.

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Newmarket Films released The Passion of the Christ on February 25, 2004. Mel Gibson directed the film starring Jim Caviezel, Monica Bellucci, and Maia Morgenstern.

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2 Comments

  1. what date is the next podcast? I was used to it coming out on the 15th of the month, but this year seems to be different?

    Interesting and controversial pick. I recall Passion getting better reviews in 2004 than a 49% on RT, I wonder how many of the reviews are more recent(I find that be to an issue in general with RT, not sure reviews written many years after the release of a film are an accurate representation of how a film was really received). I mean Ebert gave it 4 stars.

    I work in the industry and you need to be careful about who you say the name Mel Gibson around. Many consider The Passion basically on par with The Birth of a Nation.

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