I still think it was one of the blasphemous and sacrilegious films I've ever seen.
The movie was ridiculous on top of being offensive. The story was a modern-day retelling of the story of Jesus' Crucification and the events that led up to it. "Modern-day" is a relative term; the film came out in the '70s. I still think it was one of the blasphemous and sacrilegious films I've ever seen.
I don't remember all the details of the film. I remember there were a bunch of people wearing modern-day clothes and they were commuting back and forth in a desert in a bus.
To me it was as ridiculous as that modern-day version of Romeo and Juliet which Leonardo DiCaprio was in.
He certainly was offended when I told him about the comic Punk Rock Jesus, which is about a clone of Jesus, forced to star in a reality show and ultimately joining a punk rock band.
You probably should know more about those streaming services, seeing as more people watch those instead of cable.
People should not making of anything pertaining to Christianity but I don't think they should be making fun of anything pertaining to ANY religion.
Yes. Cable and Satellite. Did I have to specify for you to understand?
Both of them access the same exact channels, except for a handful.
You also keep avoiding answering this question:
So what exactly do you like that isn't controversial and inoffensive in anyway to you?
I don't know what the consequences of mocking God, Christianity and the Bible is, but that is very dangerous.