Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ may have lost a key endorsement. One of Pope John Paul II's cronies — Archbishop Stanislaw Dziwisz — told the Catholic News Service that his boss "told no one his opinion of this film." That contradicts earlier reports that quoted the Holy Father as saying the controversial flick about the crucifixion of Christ "is as it was." Turns out what he actually said was, "It is no Weekend at Bernie's."