Quote from ARmickie
We saw it at the theater, but I'm positive we'll be buying the DVD. I know alot of people who took their children to see it - not me. I'm still not sure about letting my kids watch it. I do know that they're more likely to get to see the DVD, just so we can stop it and try to explain things along the way. But, again, they are 6 and 7, so I am still not sure about that.
I agree, my husband and I saw it at the theater, but I didn't want him taking my "almost" 10 year old daughter to see it in the theater, in case it was too much. I'd probably let her watch it at home, though, since we'd have more control over it if it got to be too much for her. I'd like to see it again, too, at home and alone, so I can sob out loud if and when I need to (I cried during the movie, but held back
). Now, my husband, who teared up at the end of Braveheart when Mel cried out "FREEEEEEDOOOOOOMMMM!" just before they beheaded him got on my case for crying during Passion......so next time I'll watch it alone!! We really enjoyed (if that's the right word) the movie though.