Jon iz teh kewl: next he'll be turning Yoplait into Dannon
man metaphysical: The disturbing thing is that all this is done to make $$$$
Happy Hours: All of those things actually seem very remarkable.......if you believe them.Okay, the wind could have just been a coincidence, but remember, this is the network which brought you the "I'm not saying it was aliens, but it was aliens" guy.And maybe - just maybe most of it wasn't filmed around the rocks where they did the crucifixion scene and they just happened to film that scene over a snake pit.The more shiat I hear like this, the less I believe in God and I gotta tell you I'm already pretty far past not believing - at least in God as described by the Bible or any religion as we know it.
MrBallou: Props blowing away, "48 cobras and vipers hidden within the rocks around the cross". Sounds to me like Somebody didn't approve of this project.
sleeps in trees: My non religion educated son wanted to know why all Mid Eastern people spoke with an English accent.
man metaphysical: The disturbing thing is that all this is done to make $$$$Everyone can go fark themselves
Jim_Callahan: "The hand of God was on this," Burnett. "The edit came together perfectly, the actors came together perfectly, it just comes to life."Yeah, when you're doing a made-for-TV miniseries for a specialty daytime TV equivalent cable station with a target audience of people that haven't even picked up on basic elements of their _own religion_ and will actually learn something from said miniseries, i.e. complete morons, and your target demo is such that you don't even have to get the racial makeup of your actors anywhere near period for your "historical" movie...... things coming together isn't really miracle territory. You're in one-take then go home for coffee territory to begin with there.//Albeit, that said, good for you, I certainly won't begrudge a director or actor some pride when they do their job and it comes out well. There's plenty to be proud of in a simple job done solidly, ask any plumber or bricklayer.
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