My Vince Vaughn remark is rather tongue in cheek, namely because I've always associated him with average comedy, and it was nice to see him do something completely different here. Though that torso shield scene made laugh inappropriately. But that's more to Mel Gibson's 'let's show The wages of Sin is a full gory fatality death by hiring Ed Boon and a bunch of convicted murderers on production' preachy fascination. All that's mentioned: the grenade kick, the decapitation part of the seppuku, the other Vince Vaughn trigger happy scene, are so over the top borderline comedic, that it's actually quite a wonder. Being raised Christian, I've never thought of the Passion Of The Christ as a 'film'. It's just not a movie. What it is, is a worship sermon, delivered in the most violent way possible. It's like how Sex And The City isn't really a series/movie but also a worship sermon of fashion tips to women over 30.