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The Passion Of THe Christ... The Passion Of THe Christ...

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  #11  
Unread 02-27-2004, 10:02 AM
lorijobelle

Oh...9 days post-op...give it more time before you go see a movie. This one will be in the theaters for a little while so you'll have some time to heal before seeing it. I'd be concerned about you sitting very long yet.

Maybe you could carry a pillow in front of you? If the theater people ask you about it just explain you had surgery recently and need it for comfort while sitting. (lol, after they think about that answer they probably won't ask any quesions!)

Hugs,

Rita
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Unread 03-01-2004, 03:14 PM
The Passion Of THe Christ...

WOW! What an awesome,incredible movie. I am overwhelmed about what my LORD did for me. It will have a huge impact on you. We were not able to see it with our church, but my husband and I saw it Saturday at the 1st movie, 11:45. It was crowded at this time. Our theatre has about 6 rooms they are showing it in.
I encourage EVERYONE to see it. For those of you who are new from surgery it may be to soon. Maybe order your tickets online so you dont have to wait in line. The afternoon and evening tickets are what have been sold out here. Maybe early in the day would be good, and I think the pillow is a good idea.
Blessings, Sharon
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Unread 03-01-2004, 03:22 PM
Finally got to see it

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Originally posted by sharon40
WOW! What an awesome,incredible movie. I am overwhelmed about what my LORD did for me.

Sharon,
I'm right there with you, it was a very emotional movie and one that I think has touched me deeply. It kinda makes your sit back and think about how awesome the power of God is.

I highly recommend watching this movie, yes, it is violent, shocking, and to some disturbing, but for me, it smacked reality back into my face.
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Unread 03-01-2004, 07:19 PM
Thumbs up - The Passion Of THe Christ... The Passion Of THe Christ...

I saw this amazing movie on Saturday night, it will leave you breathless. My advise, take tissues, empty your bladder before going in and don't purchase a drink. Most importantly go early because this is a sell out, parking will be at a premium and you will be standing in line to get a good seat.

s

Donna
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Unread 03-06-2004, 01:52 PM
The Passion Of THe Christ...

I finally got to see this movie, it was amazing. It truly deepened my faith. My hats off to Mel Gibson for doing such an incredible job. I felt like I was there, unbelievable!

s

Marta
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Unread 03-06-2004, 02:22 PM
The Passion Of THe Christ...

My husband and I saw this movie on the day after it's release. We purchased tickets in advance and got in line early to get a good seat. I took a jacket to put against my stomach during the movie so that no one would accidentally bump me during the movie.

It was my first outing since the surgery, that wasn't doctor related--I was almost 5 weeks post-op.

This movie was more than a mere movie. To call it a movie seems an inadequate choice of words. It was all too real! At one point I screamed out loud to the people onscreen--"NOOOO!" But, they didn't listen to me. LOL. I burst into tears. So, do take along some tissues.

Mel Gibson didn't tell us the story of Jesus and what He did for us. He SHOWED us. I left the theater feeling as if I had witnessed the entire event that occurred so long ago.

It has changed me forever. I actually feel "hope" in this world filled with chaos.

I came away from the movie with that old song--"Were You There When They Crucified My Lord" haunting my thoughts. And I can say, "Yes, I was there." Because this movie makes you walk away feeling that you indeed witnessed what happened to our Lord Jesus.

Go see it. I have never seen anything so powerful in my life.
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Unread 03-06-2004, 09:22 PM
Just a note

Hi all,
Just got back from seeing Passion of the Christ. Great movie!! But I should have waited. It was very emotionally, physically and mentally exhausting. I couldnt sit still either. Had to keep changing postions to get comfortable. My dh was just dying to see it so thought I could do it. I am not quite 3 weeks post op yet. Of course after seeing Jesus suffer like he did, it certainly won't kill me to sit through a 2 hour movie about Him.
Good night all
chele
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Unread 03-06-2004, 10:37 PM
The Passion Of THe Christ...

I have heard it is good. My ex took our sons when it first came out, and I was concerned about all the violence,,. They just said " it is an intense movie" At 18 and 15, I thought they could wait awhile to be expose to all of that, but my ex obviously didn't agree.......

Hope you feel better,, as time goes on, you will..........
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Unread 03-13-2004, 02:10 PM
The Passion Of THe Christ...

Did anyone go see this again? It is really intense, and sometimes hard to sit through, but I just feel like I need to see it again, it was so amazing.

s

Marta
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Unread 03-14-2004, 06:45 AM
Nothing out of Passion

Hey ladies,

I went to see Passions last night and walked away sick to my stomach, but I didn't get anything out of it except how mean and brutal they were to him. I wanted to get something out of it. It did keep my mind off this but I was bored with it. I read a couple of posts that said they got so much out of it and I didn't. Did I miss something? I am not a fan of brutal movies so I did have to turn my head. ALOT. My DH and the friends we went with said the same as me. Those of you that said this has helped them to understand things and put them into perspective, please help me to understand what I missed. I waited for a big relevation to hit me up side the head, and nothing. I was brought up catholic and know my bible inside and out, maybe that's why. I realy want to know what all the hipe is about.

Lisa
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