I have not seen the movie yet. It sounds exciting with alot of fanfare among evangelicals as an evangelistic tool. Still, the question remains, should I see really go see it?? I would like to see some viewpoints that actually discourage attending this film. The Passion of The Christ is rated "R" for excessive violence and graphic images. The fact that it's about Jesus does not automatically make it right for Christians to view it. I'm very curious to see it, but I have my reservations and I'm not sure that it would be profitable to view this adaptation of Jesus' suffering. Do I need to see two hours of Jesus getting graphically tortured to fully understand his love for me? I do believe that we need to be ready to answer the questions that this film will create and be prepared to tell others about the HOPE that is in us (I Peter 3:15). We don't have to see the movie in order to do this.