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Mel Gibson's "Resurrection" - Interview With James Caviezel

Tesa
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MCROSS5650
Cannot wait to see this!
F M Shyanguya
@BrotherBeowulf It appears Transmen. Mel Gibson confirmed.
BrotherBeowulf
Ridiculous. Antipope is strangling the Church before our eyes, blackening OUT the Sacraments, and you're watching these two dopes?
Ultraviolet
First, Pope Francis isn't an anti-Pope. His predecessor resigned. The Curia in their infinite wisdom elected the guy now known as Pope Francis. Deal with it.

Second, as laity, there isn't a blasted thing we can do about what's happening in the Church right now except through prayer and what I've suggested several times already: cancel your online tithing/ "giving" then write a polite yet very …More
First, Pope Francis isn't an anti-Pope. His predecessor resigned. The Curia in their infinite wisdom elected the guy now known as Pope Francis. Deal with it.

Second, as laity, there isn't a blasted thing we can do about what's happening in the Church right now except through prayer and what I've suggested several times already: cancel your online tithing/ "giving" then write a polite yet very clear letter to your bishop advising him that closed churches mean closed wallets that will STAY closed long after these churches are re-opened whenever THAT is.

Third, while the interviewer could be better, he's talking to Jim Caviezel who gave the greatest portrayal of our Lord Jesus -ever. Even if this was the only film Mr. Caviezel did (and he's done other quality performances), this alone earns him a distinguished place in movie history. . He's a devout Catholic and proud of his faith despite while working in an industry where Christianity is frowned upon. So he isn't a dope.

Fourth, The Passion Of The Christ has already been directly responsible for more conversions and profound changes of heart among sinners than you ever will accomplish in your entire life. Much of that can be credited to the actor playing Jesus.

Fifth, even in terms of just "movie news" it's informative. There's going to be a sequel, Jim Caviezel is clearly involved in it. Best of all it includes new information, namely it corrrects a much-repeated story that Jim Caviezel was struck by lighting while on the cross.

Sixth, this is a rare piece of good, truly positive news at a time when most news, secular and religious, is depressing. What the heck is wrong with you? Isn't there enough bad news? You haven't gotten your fill of it already? Sheesh...
pmfji
I wanted to give two 'thumbs up' but it won't let me...
Ultraviolet
Fantastic interview and informative! Fills in a neat piece of movie triva -where the "lighting strike" really happened. It's official. There's gonna to be a sequel and guess who's gotta play the main man??? I hope they get Rosalinda Celentano again. Be still my heart.... <3

And that last remark. "These films can't be made now. The films they make are Marvel Comic movies. You'll see Superman …More
Fantastic interview and informative! Fills in a neat piece of movie triva -where the "lighting strike" really happened. It's official. There's gonna to be a sequel and guess who's gotta play the main man??? I hope they get Rosalinda Celentano again. Be still my heart.... <3

And that last remark. "These films can't be made now. The films they make are Marvel Comic movies. You'll see Superman but you won't see Jesus."

Okay, okay, Superman is DC not Marvel, but he's right. Outside of a well-financed "independent film", Jesus isn't what Hollywood wants on the big screen.

Mel's on the fifth draft of the "Resurrection". I would -pay- to be in the film. Seriously, even as an extra but oh.. in my dreams, a credit, even one of those minor ones like, "Excited Villager"

Thank you Tesa!! Best news on GTV all week!