* When an eclipse and an earthquake occur simultaneously throughout the Roman Empire, astrologers warn Emperor Tiberius about a kingdom rising in the East. The emperor sends Tito Valerio Tauro to uncover the truth about the death and rumored resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. Mystery and romance await Tauro in Jerusalem, where he meets Saul, Judas, and others. (PG-13.) 111 minutes. Closed-captioned.
Record Label 20th Century Fox
Format AC-3 / Color / Dolby / DVD / Subtitle
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.4" Width: 7.5" Height: 0.7"
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Dec 2, 2014
Publisher WORD ACCT# W41160193
Availability 4 units.
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|It's the same old song Feb 17, 2008|
|Some beautiful cinephotography is the best thing about this rather pedestrian retelling of the Easter story with a twist.|
It is rather cliche ridden and far too clean for a dramatic realistic retelling. A rather sparkling Eurocast of actors with a rather good unexpectedly performance from Dolph Lundgren but in the final analysis there is not too much of substance to this movie.
I am sure that it will catch the moment just before Easter but it will probably be as quickly forgotten as a Cadbury Creme Egg.
|Well made movie aimed mostly to Christian viewers Feb 16, 2008|
|After mysterious events following the crucifixion of Jesus, Roman emperor Tiberius (Max von Sydow) sends Tito Valerio Tauro (Daniele Lotti) to investigate the supposed resurrection of Jesus. He doesn't get much cooperation from Pontius Pilate (Hristo Shopov, who also played Pilate in "The Passion of the Christ"). He comes in contact with some of Jesus's followers and notice how faithful and peaceful they are.|
The movie is well filmed (except for a few rather bad battle and fight sequences) and has a good cast. Dolph Lundgren plays Tauro's assistant/bodyguard. It is nice to see him in a different type of role but his character is a bit underdeveloped. Only towards the end of the movie do we get to know him slightly better. It would have been nice to see more of the interaction between him and Tauro throughout the movie. Vincenzo Bocciarelli, whom I've never heard of before, plays a gorgeous (and somewhat campy) Caligula and manages to steal his scenes from Max von Sydow. F. Murray Abraham also appears in a minor character.
The movie has a clear pro-Christian message and your appreciation of the movie will depend on your religious views. Personally I found the message in the ending to be a bit overstated (albeit expected). Recommended to fans of the stars, Christian viewers and fans of historical movies set in Jerusalem or the Roman Empire in general.
|great movie Dec 19, 2007|
|what a movie and some great actors in it aswell dolph lundgren plays a great role well done son u gota get this movie the fight scene is exellent|
well done 20th cent fox .
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