Fun:The Passion of the Christ
The Passion Of the Christ is a snuff film smuggled out of first century Palestine, stored in Pope Melias Gibson VII's personal archives, and only released to the general public in 2004. The flick is alleged to have been filmed on a Super 8 camera by the then not-St Paul, who was known for his photographic expertise. Pope Gibson decided to digitally restore the master print in order to "Allow modern audiences to see how big the Jews' noses are, and how small Jim Cav...Jesus Christ's...was in comparison, and therefore prove that Jesus was not, in fact, a Jew, but an ancestor of William Wallace and the guy who was the main character in The Patriot."
 See also
- The Passion of the Christ (the non-fun page)