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The Passion is a passionate film amongst viewers
Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" blasted into the theatres with high expectations last Wednesday February 25, 2004. Many movie fanatics rushed to the threates to see the phenomenon movie that had been greatly advertised in magazines, newspapers, on television and on the big screen's previews. However, many of "The Passion's" viewers had different opinions after seeing the gory and gruesome, but historical accurate movie about the legendary of the death of Jesus Christ.
The film seemed to be a very controversial diary of Jesus Christ among citizens in Hanover Township, as it had done to many other people across the nation who had witnessed the historical movie. "It seemed a bit gory, but it was true. It told the whole story of the death of Jesus." Claimed David Suh, 15, a sophomore at Whippany Park High School. "The blood and violence brought out what truly happened back in the days of Jesus."
Some may have enjoyed its flash back into the B.C. times, but others thought the blood and violence was too much to take in. "There was way too much violence. It showed the pain and hatred of those days and it didn't settle well in stomach." Explained Lindsey Molina, 19, college student. Others may have thought that "brutal battling and horrifying and graphic images" were a very dark side of the movie. It seemed too much.
Others had mixed feelings. "At times, the blood got to me, and I felt like I was going to faint." Said Jerry Pinnes, 15, sophomore at Whippany Park High School. "However, I really enjoyed the trip back into history. Those were very important times." The mixture of fact and gore has defiantly had a great impact on American moviegoers, because "The Passion of the Christ" has already soared past a million dollars in movie tickets.