So i just watched it, i thought it was quite good, and it was quite interesting to see what the tribes were like, probably the only moderately historically accurate Gibson film ever.
What do you guys think?
Passion of the Christ is quite "historically" accurate. albeit controversial

EDIT: i havent seen it either ottoavist, but the "strong violence" also arouses my curiosity
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agreed with thedudemeister.

but, i haven't seen Apocalypto yet. i did hear that it was "ultra-violent," which sparks my curiosity....
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Amazing movie.
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i saw it about a year ago. It was pretty good
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Good movie. a little too gratuitous though - it gets to the point where it becomes needless.

But the escape/chase scenes were crazy.

That movie is great. It's hard to believe that Mel Gibson had any part in it really.

I really enjoyed it. It is very violent, but not overly-violent.

It doesn't have unnecessary gore just for shock value, but it doesn't sugar-coat anything either. Very good movie.
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