Hollywood has been abuzz lately with the big news that more faith-based movies like The Passion of The Christ and Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe are on the way, but the reaction so far has been rather mixed.
What does TPOTC stand for?
TPOTC stands for The Passion of the Christ (2004 movie)
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This failure on the part of critics to separate the views of the father from the son first became a flash point in the long buildup to the release of Gibson's powerful 2004 flick, The Passion of the Christ.
Historians have long despaired over the treatment of their subjects by film makers and I suspect Gibson's The Passion of the Christ led to more eye rolling and hand wringing than most.
According to figures, The Passion of the Christ grossed close to pounds 225 million in US box office sales.
Dear editor, I almost choked when I saw the full-page colour advertisement promoting The Passion of the Christ (September) inviting us to "own it forever.
Regarding the review by Fred Edwords in the May/June Humanist, I take a divergent view of Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ.