While Hollywood has been spilt by the hit movie's accusations of promoting anti-Semitism, the stars are among those who support the movie, which portrays Jesus Christ's last 12 hours.
Elliott says, "Mel Gibson should take a bow. It was real. As a Baptist, I agree with him. He did a great job of telling the truth."
McGraw adds, "It was a powerful film. I didn't look away. There are a lot more violent films out there that I have seen."
While Clarkson admits she "cried out of repentance" while watching the film, Studdard says, "The movie was wonderfully done. It gives you, especially as a Christian, a true sense of what Jesus went through."23/04/2004 09:29
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