Satire: Focus Group on Gibson's 'Passion' Satirists Bruce Kluger and David Slavin poke fun at Hollywood's tendency to make movies that seem familiar to audiences. Kluger and Slavin take the idea to its extremes with a mock "focus group" that tries to recast Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ with all the ingredients of a typical Mel Gibson film. They want Danny Glover and Joe Pesci in featured roles.
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Satire: Focus Group on Gibson's 'Passion'

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Satire: Focus Group on Gibson's 'Passion'

Satire: Focus Group on Gibson's 'Passion'

Satire: Focus Group on Gibson's 'Passion'

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Satirists Bruce Kluger and David Slavin poke fun at Hollywood's tendency to make movies that seem familiar to audiences. Kluger and Slavin take the idea to its extremes with a mock "focus group" that tries to recast Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ with all the ingredients of a typical Mel Gibson film. They want Danny Glover and Joe Pesci in featured roles.

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