Passions of the Christ: Requiem

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Passions of the Christ: Requiem
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Directed by Mel Gibson
Brett Ratner
Written by Mel Gibson
Ross LaManna
Jeff Nathanson
Starring Jim Caviezel
Chris Tucker
Produced by Mel Gibson
Roger Birnbaum
Jonathan Glickman
Arthur M. Sarkissian
Jay Stern
Distributed by Icon Entertainment
Release date July 15, 2005
Runtime 135 minutes
Language English
Hebrew
Klingon
Budget $60 million USD
Preceeded by Passion of the Christ
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Passions of the Christ: Requiem is the hit sequel to Mel Gibson's highly controversial movie, Passion of the Christ. It was released on July 15, 2010 and grossed at least 100 dollars. Jim Caviezel returns in his role as Jesus accompanied by new sidekick, Detective Jim Brown, played by comedian Chris Tucker.


Taglines[edit]

  • Crucify this!
  • Let he who is without sin kick the first ass!
  • He's back from the dead - and this time, it's personal!
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Synopsis[edit]

Christ arriving in New York

Passions of the Christ: Requiem picks up where Passion of the Christ left off, after Jesus ascended into heaven. Once Jesus arrives in heaven, God informs him of Satan's evil plan to travel to the year 2005 and cause unrest and destruction. Unfortunatly for God however, he was unable to find out anything else about Satan's diobolical plan. God does however, have a very strong hunch that Satan is planning to do more than just cause unrest and detruction, so he instructs Jesus to follow Satan to the year 2005 and stop him from destroying the future. Jesus then goes after Satan who opens a time portal to the future, laughs maniacally, and escapes. Jesus goes through the time portal after Satan and ends up in modern-day New York. Once Satan arrives in New York, he takes the form of a mob boss under the name Don Natas, and quickly establishes a crimminal empire. To beat Satan, Jesus must team up with Detective Brown(Tucker), (A marijuana smoking cop with a taste for raw kittens and the voice of a cat in heat) and shoot his way through the demonic criminal networks of New York to subdue the evil prince of Darkness!!

Cast[edit]

  • Jim Caviezel - Jesus
  • Chris Tucker - Jim Brown
  • Emma Cunniffe - Mayor of New York
  • Ian McDiarmid - Satan (voice)
  • James Gandolfini - Don Natus
  • Jimmy Kimmel - God (voice)
  • Angela Dotchin - Jesus's ex-wife

Quotes[edit]

Satan attacks Jesus & Detective Brown with a space-bending particle beam during the film's climax scene in Time Square.
  • Disciple: The Messiah is gone...
    Disciple 2: Where did he go?
  • Jesus: Hang on!
    Detective Brown: Man, you crazy, Jesus! You crazy!
    Jesus: Thats what my ex-wife said.
  • Detective Brown: For the son of God, you sure are a son of a--whoaah!
  • Jesus: [passing Detective Brown a handgun] You know how to use one of these?
    Detective Brown: [holds up a marijuana joint] You know how to use one of these?

Trivia[edit]

  • Before the film's release, a trailer was shown in animated format in the Family Guy episode "North by Quahog". This caused confusion and controversy as most people who watched the episode were under the mistaken impression that the film was animated.

Soundtrack[edit]

  • 'Symphony of Destruction'

Performed by "Megadeth"

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