"The Passions of the Christ," a documentary by Mel Gibson on the life of Jesus Christ, is currently the number one movie in the civilized world. The movie has garnered near universal praise for its accurate depiction of the life and struggles of Jesus, an olden day muckraker turned messiah. However, the movie has not been without criticism, largely due to its extensive use of product placement, which many people feel undermines the authenticity of the movie and cheapens the sacrifice of Jesus. To find out if the line was indeed crossed, the Something Awful Forum Goons went to the trouble of illegally videotaping the movie and then posting screenshots. Please take a look at their work and judge for yourself, as Jesus surely would if he was here.

Amun started things this week, thereby forming the line to hell.

Jesus can walk on more than just water with these shoes – he can walk on air! Way to go Z

Icemakor might have discovered a historical inaccuracy. That's right, there were no cameras when Jesus was alive, so this couldn't possibly have been filmed.

The ride to Golgotha is smooth and effortless tanks velvetelvis!

kurrik has an ice cream truck of his own. He painted it black and plays the theme song to "Cape Fear" while driving slowly through neighborhoods.

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