About the story itself... Well, it goes against the bible itself!
-Every visitation from the angel looks like some kind of hypnotism. -Joseph's nightmare is so wrong -The call of Peter was way off. Why does Jesus call him peter right then anyways? Why aren't any other disciples there? -There are quite a few time line mistakes. I mean... Paul's conversion 40 days after the resurrection for instance. For that to happen, Paul must be known as a persecutor, the disciples must be filled with the Holy Spirit, and must have started preaching and converting people for quite a while, and have started reaching out to far away places. Damascus is not right next to Jerusalem you know. -John the baptist's story is wrong. Way off.
The whole story felt like a whole Jewish plot to take the blame away from Jewish leaders and put it on the Romans. Judas, the son of perdition, is not the son of perdition anymore. He is a good guy that was tricked by religious leaders for the sake of the nation. The leaders are against Jesus not because of the challenge He poses to their authority, but because of political tension with the Romans.
All miracles and acts of love during Jesus' time on earth have been removed. And the one he does looks like Disney witchcraft. In the movie, His prayer in the garden was not to follow the father's plan, but to be spared, and that prayer was rejected basically. Jesus feels like a helpless peaceful dude at the hands of religious leaders forced to act as they do because of oppression. All key phrases in the bible have been removed. In communion, he just says he is gonna die, then "this is my body. This is my blood." I mean, nothing else, no proclamation, all places where he was shown as the son of God were removed. Except for one instance: The trial (too cliché).
This movie is also trying too hard to please the Jews, focusing on feasts, rituals and such. Poor threatened guys can't take much more, especially when Jesus threatens to destroy the temple, by "jokingly" saying that no stone will remain upon the other to a little girl.
There are so many details wrong, so many core principles that were twisted! The whole story looks like what happened could be a machinery by Jesus.
I get angry thinking about this movie because people who watch it without reading the Bible will have a wrong picture of Jesus, of the father, of the bible, of Christianity. It is like all real contact between Jesus and the Father was cut off. Jesus became a helpless but really clever poor man who relied on supporters to avoid death, until a point where it became too much.
Too many places where it tries to copy the passion of the Christ but fails epically.
This movie is not worth watching! Unless you are a Jew or engaged in freemasonry and need consolation after "the passion of the Christ" or really want to get people lost. It adds nothing to cinema, to religion, to entertainment, or anything else.