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Deep Thoughts by Ava

Please raise your hands if you just weren’t impressed with Jared’s, or the version the writer’s gave him, of Lucifer? There was so much cliché and contradiction wrapped into such a short time it made my head hurt. How can Lucifer admit that the reason behind his fall was his ambivalence towards humanity and still walk around in a human body? Hello, my name is hypocrisy, and unless this little side note is explained (IE he needs the vessel to interact on this plan) then this is a plot hole you could drive a truck through.

 

I thought Castiel of the future was funny, but again I’m confused as to why Castiel wouldn’t have passed away with his power. Where is Jimmy? Does this future version of Castiel have split personalities or did Castiel completely fry poor Jimmy’s soul the second time he took over?

 

I do admit that I cheered when Lucifer stepped on Dean of the future’s neck to break it. The casual, he’s really not that important, end was perfectly anti-climatic and, in all honesty, Dean of the future deserved it. I am disappointed that we didn’t know what caused Sam to say yes and that interests me more then Dean’s tears and remorse.


I’m sorry, but when was it ever advertised as factual? Mel Gibson mainly stuck to the New Testament and didn’t ‘sugar coat’ the torture Christ supposedly went through. I’m confused by your statement.
Gibson claims that his film is "very realistic and as close as possible to what I perceive the truth to be." - Taken from http://virtualreligion.net/forum/passion.html

Mel Gibson really wants authenticity on his next directing project, a movie about Jesus Christ called ''The Passion.'' - Taken from http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,353684,00.html

YMMV on whether factual = authentic.

Regardless, I thought it was bizarre that he kept saying in interviews that he wanted something realistic, yet he portrayed a character as seeing demons, never telling anyone that he saw the demons, and dying. Where did these demons come from, then?