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Mel Gibson's Apocalypto 

Rumble in the jungle

Apocalypto Opens Friday throughout the Triangle Mel Gibson, our leading purveyor (and practitioner) of Extreme History, is back with another paean to the ecstasy of agony. Less dogmatic than The Passion of the Christ, with blue body paint to equal Braveheart, Gibson's…

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