I have eventually seen this movie Let me start by saying I am not religious at all. Not something I would bother seeing again & no great movie (hype over substance) Not being at all religious I had no axe to grind. The film has not left me feeling at all religious (despite people trying to thrust leaflets for a local church at me on the exit, which I declined) & I can't see it producing any anti-semetic feelings in christians either (who don't already harbour those feelings). The violence, although graphic, was not as bad as I was expecting. Perhaps I take a rather simplistic view of it all , but to me it is a movie that displays the violent inhumanity that we as a species are capable of and it also displays that although the future looks bleak there is hope because we are also capable of great love & compassion for fellow human beings. I don't think a great deal has changed though. If he returned tomorrow & proclaimed himself he would be ridiculed & seen as a threat by people in a position of power who want to protect their position. He may not be crucified now but would probably suffer a similar fate as David Icke.