SURTALCHILGAAN DEER DARAHAD ARILJ KINO GARNA.
In 2004, Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ turned into a bewildering Easter hit, delineating in horrifyingly realistic design the torment and torturous killing of Jesus. This “religious” offering from Waterworld chief Kevin Reynolds gets where Gibson’s film left off (though in less ruthless design), with Joseph Fiennes’ Roman tribune Clavius examining reports that the man whose demise he saw has become alive once again. It’s determinedly mediocre toll, delicate of heart and script, and given to snippets of absurdly supernatural indiscretion. Diminish Firth plays Pilate as a bothered fusspot, while Cliff Curtis (so splendid in 2014’s The Dark Horse) is beamingly kindhearted as the restored “Yeshua”.