Comments:

hcatty - 2004-02-26 07:56:14
Woohoo! I'm first! Um... Hey, when God calls you home... He calls you Home. Hope she'd made her peace before she went.
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Elissa - 2004-02-26 08:13:25
Um, did that article you linked to have a pun at the end of it? Because that would be kind of weird.
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Karen - 2004-02-26 08:30:05
Nice try but sorry Uncle Bob. This so does not count as a journal entry.
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Rudy - 2004-02-26 08:32:39
Is this heart attack that Rapture thing I keep hearing so much about? Because I thought that was supposed to happen in your car.
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Drew - 2004-02-26 08:39:07
Cleveland may suck (I live here), but there no depths of suckness as low as a "Dirty Dancing" sequel.
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Jack - 2004-02-26 08:50:29
Cleveland does suck!
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Lando - 2004-02-26 09:55:02
how dare you people dispute drew careys claims. heathens.
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sarah - 2004-02-26 10:42:07
i live in kansas. that is crazy. and ironic.
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Mary - 2004-02-26 10:59:48
Cleveland blows.
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Kay R - 2004-02-26 11:05:15
Guess I should get on some heart medication before I see it then?
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scottski - 2004-02-26 11:18:51
i guess it's open season on Jews and Romans, now! it's "Bag-A-Heathen" time!
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April Ann - 2004-02-26 11:26:24
Know one guy that went to see it, and some lady when into seizures during the movie. Yep. Better make sure to take my meds before I go. Because, you know, I'm going.
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Rachel - 2004-02-26 12:58:10
Maybe you all shouldn't critisise this movie so much. It's brutal yeah, and it's hard to watch, but it happened. And whether Jesus is your Saviour or just some historical figure - I think everyone needs to see this movie. Maybe we'd all understand things a little bit more.
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heather - 2004-02-26 13:40:29
I wonder if she gets free pass to heaven since she died while watching this movie...
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kami - 2004-02-26 14:44:59
you rawk
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cosmicrayola - 2004-02-26 16:12:02
Gee, I planned on seeing it, but maybe I should rethink that. That's scarey.
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Jesus (pronounced He-sus) - 2004-02-26 19:24:55
She was probably an anti-semite.
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kimberly - 2004-02-26 22:04:35
i'm from akron and find cleveland to be a pretty cool place... but maybe that's just compared to akron? *lol* (i'm a pennsylvanian by birth!) Passion? think i will wait for the rental.
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anenigma - 2004-02-27 06:00:47
->Totally unrelated comment that makes no sense whatsovever.<- Hey, I like to be in with the in-crowd. What can I say? :)
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Moxie - 2004-02-27 08:11:57
Actually Cleveland is pretty damn cool. On the water, culturally enriched, great sports, nice burbs, and Rock 'n' Roll. As far as the movie goes...well, Mel's father was just on national TV telling America that the Holocaust was "mostly fictional". I dont think this is a movie high on my list of must-sees.
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schmez - 2004-02-27 13:52:41
talk about yer express train to heaven *waves at bawb*
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carsongurl - 2004-02-27 14:14:48
Cleveland Rocks!!!
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Courtney - 2004-02-27 16:30:16
I agree that the movie was a waste of time and a waste of several million dollars in production. I want my $8.50 back.
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Max - 2004-02-28 05:52:44
Yeah, but in reality, people probably die of heart attacks at all movies. It's just that, if someone died of a heart attack at, say, Shrek, it wouldn't be attributed to the movie.
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Lorrie - 2004-03-01 09:05:39
I am not going to see this Christian snuff film. dh went to see it Friday and I took the kidlets to Outback Steakhouse. We had a much better time.
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rizzn - 2004-03-01 11:09:03
I saw this film last night with most of the staff from my office. The president of our company is Jewish, and we even conned him into going. Being in the Miami area, as you can imagine, there were a couple devout Catholics in the group, but there was also a Gypsy, a formally trained theologian, a J.W., and a Presbyterian. Fairly diverse, racially and religiously. Everyone agreed that it was emotional. Even the Jew said the scene that showed Jesus as a child falling down was a little bit of a tear-jerker for him. I myself? I vascilated through the movie between nausea and choking back tears.
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Rishi - 2004-03-01 14:38:58
I'm going to The Passion of Christ. I am a Wiccan. The only thing that's making me go? My good friend is moving to Costa Rica for 2 years and this is her last request. Hopefully she won't be disfigured when I burst into flames after scoffing openly at the screen.
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cheri - 2004-03-02 00:43:13
I was going to go, but I already know how it ends.
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°kelsi - 2004-03-07 00:56:43

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°kelsi - 2004-03-07 00:57:18
::raises eyebrow::
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The Retail Harlot - 2004-03-07 19:54:45
Disgusting movie, really. Mel Gibson must be losing his marbles. I will say it was really well put together, quite breathtaking... but highly, highly disturbing.
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susan - 2004-03-10 12:22:27
this movie did nothing for me... didn't even evoke emotion... maybe i'm a brick wall?
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