Someone didn’t get the Pope-Memo…
Neil Cavuto passing on an urban myth:
When Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” came out in theaters, many criticized its violence. The fact that some in Hollywood’s film industry leveled this attack absolutely floored me. It just seemed odd that the folks who brought us “Kill Bill” suddenly had a problem with “Kill Jesus.”
Mel Gibson rightly countered that Christ’s crucifixion wasn’t pretty or nice. It was violent, brutal, ugly and gory to the absolute extreme. It was, as the Pope himself later surmised, “as it was.”
Even Our Lady of The Dolphins backed off on that one.