A simple thanks is enough to keep this blog alive. If the problem persists, please contact HipWallpaper Support. HTML code. What a gracious love he did for us it unconditional. For God so love the world that he gave his only begotten son. What an awesome God Additional information Directors Mel Gibson. Directors Mel Gibson. Studio 20th Century Fox. Subtitles English English CC.
Although it can be a hard film to watch - it is also very impressive visually on Blu-ray. It is seamlessly branched to include the 'ReCut' version about 4. Overall the image quality is very strong adding another layer to the film's deep and unbound progression. Kudos to the Art Direction as well. Contrast rich, deep black levels , colors and detail are all highly satisfying with only minor background noise as a limited detraction.
The audio, like the image does a complete job of supporting The Passion of the Christ with some separation and crisp sound effects penetrating through the Surround channels.
I guess to start off this synopsis I should introduce myself so people know where I am coming from. I am a young man who is religious but no longer attends church or follows any religion strictly. When The Passion was in theatres I went with my friend and his church to go watch it. This movie was a very touchy subject and left many with many mixed feelings.
In my own opinion, I appreciated how Mel Gibson directed this film. I don't think it is accurate to say, " I liked this film.
Link list 1 Trailer. The Passion of the Christ Full Movie. This is of course from my Christian perspective, and I wouldn't even try to talk about what's great in the movie from a secular perspective. The lens through which one watches it it's what define its greatness. And that lens is faith. So I really don't think it's a big deal if an atheist doesn't like it; but if a catholic doesn't like it I'll be confused.
The way Jim Caviezel plays Jesus is so powerful. He seems very humble, very vulnerable, very soft, yet very strong and confident. When he talks to the people, you feel so much goodness in his tone; when he is accused of blasphemy you can feel his innocence even if nothing is spoken. When he is carrying the cross and falls, Mary runs to him and it's such a symbolic scene of how much she loves her Son, and how much she wants His suffering to end, even though she accepts the will of God.
Mel Gibson did a great job with all the symbolism in the movie: Mary's obedience; Judas' desperation; all the people shocked by Jesus' mere presence. There's so much of it, and it feels so natural. I can only assume that christians that don't like The Passion of the Christ are those that didn't actually take their time to think about the Passion of Christ. The movie is a chance to do so. It's ugly and repulsive?