And some of you have to.
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The controversial movie “The Passion of the Christ” might not be playing anytime soon at theaters on U.S. military bases.
Judd Anstey, a spokesman for the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, which operates the theaters, said AAFES does not have a business relationship with the movie’s distributor, New Market.
Anstey said AAFES is trying to bring the movie to base theaters.
“AAFES has notified the companies that represent this distributor of our intention to offer this film to the military audience,” Anstey said in a written response to Stars and Stripes.
“At this time, we cannot provide a date on when [or] if the film will be available.”