I'm Jewish and I have no idea of what to think of the Jewish jokes...
Oh dear. Controversy bait. Next time you could do something like one of those Nazi War Propaganda videos about the Jews and mock it.
To me, it's more like that one movie everyone's interested in, but hardly anyone actually wants to make the effort to see.
Yeah Brad, that would totally be something you've never done before...oh wait.
The Eternal Jew would be a great Movie to review.
Even better, review the old Warner Brothers cartoon "Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs"
You jumped the shark, brah.
You two must've got high when you came up with this review!
I think people miss what the point of this movie was.
When you grow up in Sunday School, the story of the crucifixion is whitewashed to no end. Jesus "died on the cross" (it's never really explained how that kills someone or how painful it is), but don't worry, he got better! And people take that whitewashing into adulthood so they kind of take his sacrifice for granted.
This movie tries to undo all of that. It tries to really drive the point home of how horrible of a death crucifixion is and what Christ went through.
It's a movie about Christ made for Christians, and critics love movies about Christ that are designed to do nothing more than be contrarian and piss religious people off (Last Temptation of Christ). I think the accusations of antisemitism are really weird, if Gibson wasn't revealed to be an asshole later on nobody would have taken them seriously.
Speaking of which, it's kind of bullshit that after all of these years, Gibson is still on the blacklist. I mean yeah, you can't defend how he acted, but it's so damn arbitrary what Hollywood forgives and what it doesn't. I mean fuck, half of Hollywood came out in defense of Roman Fucking Polanski of all people.
The way I understand it, crucifixion would kill you by suffocation. Eventually your body would be pulled down by the force of gravity and different parts of your body would break down as they failed to hold you up. Those being crucified would have their legs broken to speed up the process, which would finally cause all the weight to be on your chest. You would die of suffocation when you could no longer exhale.
Mmmm delicious torture porn.
Recent studies have shown that crucifixion does not in itself cause asphyxiation, but rather that the leading causes of death were good old dehydration, sepsis and loss of blood.
Ultimately, the crucifixion means nothing without Jesus' message and his resurrection, all it does is underscore the brutality of the Romans and of Iron Age people in general. You don't gather a sense of why he died and what that means, just how he died. This movie undermines the themes of salvation and forgiveness--one of the central pillars of Christianity. Without these core themes, what's the point to the story? You say it is underscore the indignation Jesus suffered so that a Christian audience could understand, but then why was it so high budget and during its time, "everywhere" (for lack of better word)? It would make more sense of a person of Christian faith like Mel Gibson to use his reach to tell Jesus' story with all the parts intact in a high budget and provocative way.
That's especially true when you take into consideration that Christians are supposed to spread what he taught to all corners of the world.
This is more of an exaggerated documentary on prehistoric criminal punishment laced with a bad acid trip than it is a movie about Jesus. If Gibson really wanted to make a movie about his faith, he would have used all those made up flashbacks about inventing chairs and falling down that one time as a kid to underscore his teachings. That would have made this more faithful to Christ and made this movie semi-watchable for non-christians.
He didn't want to make a movie about Christianity for Christians to help spread the word though. He wanted to make lots of blood spurts while getting paid big bucks to do it, and the best way he saw to get it past the censors and have a guaranteed global audience was using religion as the backdrop.
Bible scholars made that observation almost immediately though, so we're kinda just beating a dead horse at this point.
Dude, this film was based off of the account of some Catholic Nun around the turn of the century who said she saw the torture and suffering of Jesus in a "vision." It was recorded and written into a book that is basically a BSDM fanfic of the crucifixion of Jesus. Its basically a 50 shades of grey that's based on slightly more appropriate source material instead of just being just a Twilight fanfic. It has no real correlation to the actual crucifixion other than "A guy named Jesus was crucified." since there was nothing particularly brutal about Jesus's death since it was standard procedure in Roman Judea for criminals.
My Christian jr./high school must have been weird, because after five years of Bible Study and special classes about the life of Christ we were told over and over how Jesus died and how painful it was. In fact when a classmate and I watched this movie we both agreed that we imagined it as being more brutal. But then again, my principal's philosophy was kind of "scare the hell out of them, so faith has room". So maybe it was just my school.
"I think the accusations of antisemitism are really weird"
The movie was bound to get those, for playing so heavily into the whole "... we didn't want to kill him, those Jews we'd already conquered MADE us do it!" line the Catholics spun up, after the Roman Empire converted. Killing your own messiah's obviously awkward, so they did what everyone did back then; blame everything on the Jews.
bro, calm down. Critics like movies that are good. The last temptation of Christ is exactly the kind of movie youre saying you wanted (i dont know wether youve actually seen it). The whole point is that Jesus sacrificed not only his body, but also had to sacrifice the simple joys of humanity for the greater good. Sex, love, marriage, children. Watch the movie lol. I dont get why people always get their panties in a bunch over it.
Best bet for The Last Temptation of Christ controversy is that Jesus having the urge to commit sins is blasphemous because he is a symbol of their redemption, there was also that he started off that movie making crosses for crucifixion, and the book itself sparked controversy that the movie inherited.
I myself love the movie. I actually prefer the whole idea of that he was still a man and not a heavenly saint from the get go, that he actually had to try and rise above his urges to give up to accomplish what he believes he was meant to do. The smaller scale of things helped out too. Should throw in The Gospel According to Matthew as another good Jesus film (directed by our good friend Pasolini)
Actually, the accusations of anti-semitism aren't unwarranted given Gibson's membership in the pre-Vatican II Catholic Church. Have you actually listened to what they preach?
People who claim the Jews killed Jesus are so far up their own ass they're seeing their own shit percolating in their intestines. Historically, Jesus was a Jew because--duh--Christianity hadn't been invented yet. The Romans found the Jews to be annoying because they had this habit of starting riots and complaining about stupid stuff like "freedom from persecution" and "oh my God you burned our village down, why would you do that?!". Jesus seemed to rile them up more than usual, so they put a stop to it by killing him dead through crucifixion, but the method used on Jesus was quicker because his own weight pulled him down so his body tired itself out and he died from asphyxiation. So the only Jews that had a hand in Jesus's death were Judas and maybe the Pharisees, but by no means every Jew.
If you like this then you will love a movie called Triumph Of The Will. It has a lot of synchronized marching in pristine uniforms and flags and people giving enthusiastic speeches.
FYI, the Passion Play was created to incite hatred against Jews back in the Middle Ages. Hence the venom this movie gets and why Gibson is still on the shitlist. Plus, he never distanced himself from his crazier father who said the Holocaust never happened and that all Jews were just smuggled into Brooklyn (I am not making that up).
Favorite line: "I never thought I would see them sequel-baiting Jesus!"
Malcom's devil voice is paradoxically godlike
Wow! Cinema Snob, Nostalgia Critic and controversy! My three favorite things!
Is it just me, or did the Nostalgia Critic change his wall again?
So... Did Brad get that whip from Brian or...?
Good point! Where else could he gotten the whip?
Does this mean The Cinema Snob is free to review any movie post 1995, or was this just a one time thing?
He's said before that anything is fair game in crossovers. So no, this doesn't break any of his rules.
I really wish he'd get rid of that cut off date. There's so much beautiful schlock that I'd love see the Snob sweat over from the past twenty years.
Nonsensical loophole. Just lose the cutoff date already. It's not like they stopped making B-movies after that year anyway.
He has looked at the 2010 remake of Mother's Day and E.T. XXX before all by himself. I'm pretty sure the cutoff has been thrown out the window.
He's stated before that remakes and things related to previously reviewed work are fair game.
Ah, yes, Isaiah 53, where the English language translations changed the context of the original Hebrew referring to how the world would react to Israel's salvation, to retroactively be a Jesus prophecy.
Christians were interpreting that verse as a Jesus prophecy long before it was translated into English. It's referred to directly in the New Testament.
Will the story of Raptor Jesus ever be told?
Brad only chose this film because Jesus starts with a J. We all know how he feels about people whose names start with J.
Really? Cause he's still on good terms with Jillian last time I checked.
This person is right. Brad is still on good terms with Jillian last time, I checked, and I do check often. "Longinus" is incorrect; Brad does not feel any particular way, in general, about people whose names start with "J". And I also think there's no way that "Loginus" could have been making a sarcastic, ironic, or joke post. He was completely serious and intended his comment to be taken literally. Good thing we corrected him. Also, I am highly autistic.
And being "highly autistic" is bad because... why exactly?
You're just an asshole who repeats "cool terms" you've heard other assholes use to insult people without knowing what they mean.
FYI, a person who reacts like "Don't mind me now" in earnest would be "mildly autistic". If you really knew anything about the condition, you would have used that phrase.
I'm sick and tired of ableist shitbags on the internet. You're no better than the troglodytes that still use racist and homophobic slurs. Evolve already!
You know what the irony of the whole "members-of-the-site-leaving-have-names-beginning-with-J" conspiracy? Brad's last name begins with J.
I think he's talking about Horny Jake
Oh, you're just trying to stir shit up because Brad and Doug called you out for stabbing a dead guy. At least it fixed your eyes.
NC and a hugely popular movie? Color me intrigued. Gonna sit back and wait for all those people who bitched about the Goosebumps Midnight Screening.
Sweet! Might do the same for this film.
doug and rob are in a video with brad? that makes me so angry!!! it actually took me 10 minutes to type this out because i broke my shift key typing curse words and then my browser crashed. so i have to type this in lower case but pretend its in upper case because i am extremely angry!!! doug and rob have a popular website and that makes me angry!!! and dont think i forgot babout you, mike michaud, u make me the angriest!!! of all. i cant believe brad would have doug and rob in another one of his videos!!! i am so angry i cant even think straight
While I know you're trolling, you should at least be consistent, I mean why not just use caps lock if your shift key is broken? And if both are broken how did you type your name in caps? And for that matter don't most keyboards have two shift keys?
i don't think you know what trolling is, sir. trolling is pretending to have an unpopular view to get responses. i am 1. certainly not pretending, i am very angry!!!! and 2. it isn't an unpopular view, many people are angry about rob and doug being in his videos. also pretend this is in all caps because i am still angry!!!
It's a little inconsistent, but I do love the idea of an internet rant-commenter being stuck without access to capital letters. Sorta takes away the punch, doesn't it.
Great video. I laughed very hard at the subtitles. This film fits in perfectly with all the stuff you review. Exploitation. This review reminded me that I saw this Ricki-o and kill bill volume 1 the same day as this on a double date. Good times. You guys rock
Santa Christ died for their sins and on the third day he rose from his grave. And if had he not been raised then his bloodlust vengeance would not have been fulfilled and our pants would not be soiled in feces.
I really want to see a movie with Jesus played well by someone who was like him...a middle eastern man. Hopefully that would give the collective asshole Christians a heart attack.
This is a first for The Cinema Snob. A crossover review on his own show instead of someone else's, AND on a movie passed the 1995 cutoff date. ...Unless you count The Passion of the Christ as a sequel or spin-off to Sodom and Gomorrah: The Last Seven Days.
It's weird for a Critic/Snob review where CS has a shaved head and NC has a shaved FACE.
I've only seen The Passion of the Christ ONCE, and it was a couple years ago, and being a Christian, I thought it was a bloody, R-rated, and good film adaptation of a church's Passion play. In speaking of which, I played an awesome Pontius Pilate in my senior year.
4:51- At least Satan in this film doesn't look like President Obama, thank heavens.
Nice job on the Mario Bros. part, especially with Brad being Mario, because he's the shortest of the two. =D
16:25- For some reason to me, this whipper looks like The Irate Gamer. Well, at least we now know that being and Chris Bores fan is a sin.
23:05- Don't forget the flashbacks. They also add to the running time of this movie.
26:54- Uh, last I checked, Jesus only fell THREE TIMES when he was carrying the cross, not two dozen.
Final word: you guys were really fuckin' brutal to Santa Christ in this episode.
This should have just been an NC review with the stupid intro and 'acting' etc.
I like that Brad just doesn't give a fuck. He knows he's funnier than this crap.
Hey, keep it down! I'm trying to read the amusing subtitles!
In fact, fire up that Jesus porno if it has some of those as well. I'm already going to Hell for laughing during Freddy Got Fingered, so everything else is free game for me!
Is this movie based on a book?
I think it was just a fanfic
I feel "Life of Brian" did more justice to Jesuses works than this movie... it at least mentions some of the stuff he did...
I mean they say so little about him here, this could basically be anyone who was crucified back then.
Ironically Monty Python's movie about Arthurian legends and the story of the messiah are the most well grounded and researched.
Watching this should be a family tradition, say, shortly after Halloween, when there's still a few Jack o'Lanterns hanging about while the zealot Xian in the 'hood already has lights up. Or something to see after the easter egg hunt, but before the lessons of Ostara are brought into play X)
I've always called this a complete exploitation film. And it is. I remember when Parker and Stone ripped on this movie."You know, that really made me reexamine my faith/Why? Because he got beat up a lot worse than you thought?"
I've long awaith Cinema Snob's review of this. To be honest, I was hoping it was going to be more heinous, but it was still a good time anyway.
You didn't mention the best part of this movie: how it inspired Cartman to form a cult while Stan and Kenny went to Mel Gibson to get their money back. Hell, I'm surprised Brad and Doug didn't "Do the Dinosaur" during the whipping scenes.
Mel Gibson - the Leni Riefenstahl of Catholicism.
"Directed by Brad Jones"......Yea right,more like Directed by Brad Jones held at gunpoint by the Walker siblings. This episode feels less Cinema Snob-ish and more in the schlock style of the Nostalgia Critic.
I wouldn't be surprised if Brad leaks a message on how the Walker siblings had a devil's threesome with his new squeeze after the airing of this episode.
To be fair, the idea of Mario and Luigi whipping the shit out of Santa Christ is more akin to what Brad would do than the Walker Brothers, though i'm sure if he had his way, Santa Christ would be doused in blood.
Anyhow, the video itself was fine for what it was, though I think I kinda prefer Diamanda Hagan's far more brutal dissection of "Passion of the Christ" from a while back a bit more.
With that said, since Brad loves bad movies, I highly recommend him to Redbox "The Vatican Tapes" and watch it with the rest of Team Snob. To me, it hit that perfect bad movie sweet spot.
I hate when one person in a crossover is clearly overriding the other, but I don't think that happened here, it looked like they had some good chemistry going. Brad is more of a funny writer and Doug is more of a funny performer, and neither seemed to be trying to go way beyond those roles except maybe some tweaking here and there.
I'm Confess: I BELIEVE IN SEGA!!!!
Ah, Catholic Guilt: The Movie!
11:03: What the hell am I watching?
When will we finally get those leprechaun sequel reviews? Still waiting every Halloween for one.
Same here. I think Brad and Doug would have a field day with most of the Leprechaun movies (aside from maybe 3, as that one is actually funny) and how inconsistent the little guy's phobias and means of death are.
Did you guys film this at washington park in springfield?
I wonder what the cars and people passing by thought. Unless they recognized Brad, some were wondering why Mario and Luigi were horse whipping Father Time.
This was the most depressing movie my dad ever dragged me to.
I know this has absolutely nothing to do with this video, but i'm been wondering if you'd ever think of snobing "KISS meets the Phantom of the park'
Wow! What a review!
First of all I sure love it when you guys do crossovers. They are my absolute favorite episodes.
Also I am very impressed you guys decided to tackle this subject matter. Good for you for not shying away from the inevitable craziness this is bound to create.
This is why I love you guys! Great review!!
The Passion of the Santa Christ was an eye-opening experience, which not only re-affirmed my belief in my core beliefs in our Lord and Savior Sonic and the syrupy blood of His son, but also made me realize how awful those filthy Plumbers were in murdering Him.
-- A Real Fan of the Book of Genesis
I loved the scene where Christ wanders the desert for forty days and Shigeru Miyamoto tempts him to "do the Mario."
Is Brad physically turning into brentalfloss?
Am I the only who finds it mildly ironic this episode features Rob Walker getting whipped to death for choosing one gaming console over another, considering all the shit he gave people on Facebook(including at least one of his brother's employees), for liking a certain movie?
What movie? Don't just give me half the story, I want to look at all the trashy drama!
I'm watching this at work after hours, the maintenance guy just same by and saw what was on the screen and got really excited that I was watch The Passion of the Christ. I just started cracking up.
I know it's a nit pick.... but I always liked the study/findings that said (unlike commonly thought and painted), those nails aren't supposed to be through his palms because they wouldn't have held his weight and would wind up tearing out. They would have been actually hammered through his wrists, between the bones of the forearms for support. To me that's a much more realistic & historical take on it that makes way more sense. :)
That's what gets me too. Another thing that gets me is that most American Christians believe that nailing people to crosses is how *every* crucifixion was done.
I was thinking the same thing, but actually while watching the review, I noticed they actually did tie his wrists around the cross beams, as well.
I remember in the Nostalgia Critic's review of The Cell, he said one of the worst type of directors are those who make exploitation but think they're making art. I think that's certainly the case with Mel Gibson for this film. All this is is torture porn that thinks it's making a statement just because it's about Jesus.
This wasn't even remotely funny.
Either way Brad still got a hit on the video from you, I doubt he or Doug lose sleep over you not finding it "funny".
I really despise this film. It's not the fact that I'm a secular atheist who'd of Jewish decent. I've enjoyed other films that had some religious message in them such as Last Tempatation of Christ, The Gospel According to St. Matthew, Prince of Egypt, Ben-Hur, King of Kings, Passion of Joan of Arc, But Passion of the Christ is too cruel. It's just a painful experience that is not needed at all. It's essentially a snuff film of Christ. For me even though I'm not a "believer" I do think the story of Christ can be interesting and compelling. However just focusing on the torture and Crucifixion takes away a lot of the important stuff of the story. In my view gore for gore sake does not make for a film that needs to be seen.
Funny enough, I'm in the same boat (a non-believer from a religious upbringing) and I liked it...for the stuff that wasn't the crucifixion (ie. maybe 20 minutes of it).
I mean scenes with Judas being haunted (either literally or metaphorically) and the Temptation in the Gethsemane are genuinely suspenseful - especially considering this is a story where we all know the ending. The flashbacks to his 'normal' life also seemed a million times more genuine than most 'Jesus movies' which nearly exclusively are about his deeds.
But then again, I might just be praising it because it doesn't have a lot of competition. The Old Testament has some great adaptations, but Jesus is pretty much stuck with Sunday School-level dross that are all the fucking same. The only real stand-outs are The Last Temptation of Christ and Life of Brian (which is more inspired by Jesus), and no church was going to bus their faithful out to see those.
It is a passion play and the literal translation of passion is "to suffer".
Thus a movie called "The suffering of Christ" mostly shows the torture and crucifixion of Jesus and not much else.
Funny to see that the best Nostalgia Critic in years... Was directed by Brad. I don't mean to be rude. It's awesome to hear Doug voice overing. It's awesome to see his expressions and funny faces against a warm wall, and not that asylum-blue;
Great combination of Blockbuster, with exploitation.
What a great, great episode.
I mostly liked it. Though cringed at the transmisogynistic joke by The Nostalgia Critic. That was unnecessary and hacky.
What the hell is "transmisogynistic"?
Sounds like a made up word for sure.
Want to actually quote the "transmisogynistic" joke or are you just going to keep talking out of your ass?
I'm a black bi sexual female married to a white guy with a mixed race kid who constantly fights for the rights of my LGBT brothers and sisters and I have NO fucking clue what you are on about. Is transmisogynistic even a word?
Its a word, just one that's often misused.
It was the joke referencing The Crying Game which if it made sense to bring that movie up than fine I wouldn't of had a problem but how it was brought up was bad and wasn't even funny. And yes very much playing off of transmisogyny.
I'm trans and I'm really glad someone mentioned it. I didn't say anything because I know that any time I do idiots and assholes will come crawling out of the woodwork to try and de-legitimize my experience. I have to ignore this stuff all the time and seeing that someone else cares means a lot to me.
No problem. I'm also trans so I totally know how jokes aimed at trans people haphazardly can be very hurtful. It sucks because as someone who really does love comedy it sucls being the butt of the joke all the time. Its just lazy and just weak to mock a marginalized group like that.v
You can also do comedy involving trans people in a smart way, the crossover review of Myra Breckenridge with Diamanda Hagan was great and I actually loved it (review not that movie!) See I'm not trying to take other peoples comedy away! However punching down is not funny and screw Doug Walker! Done with him.
I wasn't talking about your post btw and I do agree that the joke was in poor taste. I just was annoyed at people who were too lazy to Google before declaring something "not a word".
I was confused about the cutoff date, then remembered that The Last Temptation of Christ was the 1988 film. And then remembered that I saw this during Spring Break 2004.
You'd think I'd remember that...
I still don't get why people ever cared about The Passion, or how the whole "Jesus died for your sins" thing ever made any sense.
That part confuses me too. I mean, I understand the whole martyr thing, but the glorification and use of the crucifix as a symbol has me scratching my head. Wouldn't that be considered blasphemous to hold sacred the effigy of what killed the religion's savior?
The idea is supposed to be that because Jesus' sacrifice on the cross is what saved humanity it's become a symbol of life and redemption, at least when used in reference to him.
I don't even get how Jesus can die for our sins, but then he's still around. Either he died for our sins or he didn't, you can't have it both ways.
Meh, Hostel was better. Next!
I actually liked this episode. I've been waiting for it since Brad and Doug talked about it at the Midwest Media expo :)
Hahaha!😂 That güey at 23:10 did sound like he was yelling "fuck off". Great review Brad and the Nostalgia Critic. Can you please review the "I saw Jesus die" movie please, Brad and/or the Nostalgia Critic? That shit would be fucking hilarious.
This is the holy grail of reviews.
I always found it funny that during my years in private school, I was made to believe how evil I was for the films I enjoy, and then they dragged a class I was in to this shit. "Fifty Shades of Jesus" aka "Fetish Jesus"
I'll stick with Caligula thank you very much.
Kudos. Kudos to you guys. I consider you all heroes of mine- and to review this abomination of christian exploitation- Wow. This is probably my new favorite Snob/Critic review/
I'll say those subtitles are inaccurate: * snob voice* It's " Heil Hitler," not "Hile Hitler".
I'm not a Christian, but I do own some chairs so it really brought home how harsh patent disputes were only a few of decades ago. Also I've never trusted Super Mario Brothers or Satan and thought they were being real dicks to Santa.
That's right! Think of the chairs!
Hey brad if you liked "jeg så jesus dø" then you'll enjoy the masterpiece "jesus vender tilbage" i.e. "the return of jesus". He takes a plane to paris and fucks a shitton of french girls
The sketch segments really went on for far longer than they should.
Sooooo wait, last week was Halloween 4, now there's one more week til Halloween (Halloween, hallowen. Silver Shamrock!) & this week instead of part 5, or that Trick or Treat movie starring Skippy from "Family Ties" it's a Jesus movie?
Also I'm obviously out of touch or something but where's all the hate for NC coming from? Now I admit, I myself haven't watched it since it became more of a sketch show with sidekicks, but still (on that note I hope that doesn't happen with Ash vs the Evil Dead. Ash should be the focus, not the damn comedy partners!).
Eh, whatever. I'm sure he did something that pissed someone off, that's how the internet works, apparently.
This... Is a Cinema Snob review.? The hell Craig!
While I liked this review, it ended up making me sad a bit after watching. I realized how amazing a JewWario cameo could have been.
I thought that Passion of the Christ was just a plain awesome horror movie. Gozer Satan, the weird ghost things that haunt Judas, Jesus getting fricasseed alive by a Roman soldier with a barbed whip, the gritty Roman setting, everything was so great. I don't get how people are getting religious morals from this movie though, you could change Jesus' name to Klaatu and it would make no difference to anything.
if people are getting religious morals from this film, then I guess they can't separate fantasy from reality. this movie is as subtle as Saw, and I'd rather watch that instead since I know it's just made up. and honestly, at least those films are fun & entertaining.
I'm Sorry handsome Pete, this has nothing to do with the review or your comment, but do you dance for nickels?
Wouldve prefered if you just straight up snobbed this movie on your own and didnt do the santa christ skit but apart from that a really funny review brad and doug.
MAY THE POWER OF CHRIST COMPEL YOU ......
IF YOU BELIEVE THIS FAIRYTALE THAT IS THE BIBLE, WHAT SORT OF SADIST IS GOD IF HE TORTURED HIS SON TO PROVE A POINT ?
COULDN'T HE JUST WAVE HIS MAGIC WAND AND MAKE MAN GOOD THAT WAY ? MEH.
if you want a little reality check about religion & god, then I highly recommend you check out any of the stand up shows of George Carlin. for example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8r-e2NDSTuE
“Religion has actually convinced people that there's an invisible man living in the sky who watches everything you do, every minute of every day. And the invisible man has a special list of ten things he does not want you to do. And if you do any of these ten things, he has a special place, full of fire and smoke and burning and torture and anguish, where he will send you to live and suffer and burn and choke and scream and cry forever and ever 'til the end of time!
But He loves you. He loves you, and He needs money! He always needs money! He's all-powerful, all-perfect, all-knowing, and all-wise, somehow just can't handle money!”
Is it sad that I spotted a Geek Squad Service tag on Brad's laptop?
*puts on thick glasses, fakes overbite*
Actually, Roman Nobles spoke Greek between each other and Latin when talking to the populus and slaves.
Speaking of Richard Burton--the more I watch this video, the more I believe the Snob needs to review "The Robe." The overacting in that movie is so glorious!
Thanks for the information, Very useful
Sure, it’s a good thing to enjoy your work, but there is such a thing as enjoying it too much.
where he will send you to live and suffer and burn and choke and scream and cry forever and ever 'til the end of time!
Thank you so much admin, while giving us the opportunity to take their link on this forum
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