Son of God

PG-13| 2 hr. 18 min.

Plot Summary
In the Holy Land, the Roman occupation has produced a cauldron of oppression, anxiety and excessive taxes levied upon the Jewish people. Fearing the wrath of Roman governor Pontius Pilate (Greg Hicks), Jewish high priest Caiaphas (Adrian Schiller) tries to keep control of his people. That control is threatened when Jesus arrives in Jerusalem, performing miracles and spreading messages of love and hope. Those who fear that Jesus will inspire a revolution decide that he must die.

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Genres: Historical drama, Drama

Distributor: 20th Century Fox

Son of God (2014)

Release Date: February 28th, 2014|2 hr. 18 min.

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  • This quite mediocre spawned-from-television feature feels like a Jesus film designed primarily for true believers, meaning that the faith-based public that has already been put on alert by seal-of-approval-dispensing church leaders that this is a film to see will make the Fox release into a significant Heartland attraction. show more

  • For a movie with the ostensible mission of spreading the Gospel, it does a poor job of speaking to anyone except the faithful. show more

  • Unlike “The Passion of the Christ,” there’s no Aramaic with English subtitles, a lot less blood and no anti-Semitism. No character feels like a caricature... But it’s also dramatically flat, with few actors making much of an impression as they play saints and sinners. show more

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  • July 07, 2014 Chris Whatley
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    This was a ten episode series at one point last year called The Bible. I own every episode, but this is still an incredible representation of the stories told of Jesus Christ in The Bible.

  • May 02, 2014 jacquejo
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    Well done

  • April 24, 2014 amsgo
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    Wonderful, may be a repeat but how mny times do we need to be reminded. Most of us are not perfect enoungh that we do not need to watch a good, acturate movie of the life of Christ.

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