Monday, February 16, 2004

From blog visitor Mike Russell via mass e-mail
About The Passion
Mike Russell: Without question, this is one of the most honest and candid reviews of Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ by any secular reviewer who has seen an advance screening of the film.

MR: It's also reprinted -- with some editing and additional commentary -- on "Act One" Catholic screenwiter Barb Nicolosi's blog.

'...The Resurrection scene is perhaps the shortest in the entire movie - and yet it packs a punch that can't be quantified. It is perfect. There is no way to negotiate the meaning out of it. It simply asks, "Now, what will you do?"'

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