You might think that the swearing, drinking, and general poor behavior by Casey, Brian, and the others in this story would upset the Son of God. However, I enjoy a good college party movie once in a while. This screenplay is as good as Animal House in many ways, and it's certainly better than The Hangover Part Whatever. That's kind of the point, anyhow. If you live through an experience like the ones in the fun drinking movies and don't change, what was the point? Honestly, I was the main character in the greatest story ever told, and it's a story of betrayal and sacrifice, as well as relatively dopey friends, so I can feel for poor Jeff.
The story has nice girls and slutty girls, drunk guys and less drunk guys, a wise friend who speaks with a Southern accent no one understands, an angry Vietnam vet, Club Ugly, and more debauchery than you can wave your index finger at in a shame-on-you kind of way. The story is also sweet and kind, but the reader has to search really deep for that, and it would pay to download copies for all your family and friends so that you can search for those elements in some kind of book club.
Jesus of Nazareth