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Detailed Description of Son of God

Director :  Christopher Spencer
Producer : Mark BurnettRoma Downey
Narrater :  Keith David
StarCast :  Roma Downey
Diogo Morgado
Darwin Shaw
Musician :  Lorne Balfe
Released :  28th Feb, 2014
Language :  English



Story of Son of God:

Previous  year  the Times past Channel aired a mini-series called “The Bible”  representative created by husband and wife Mark Burnett and Roma Downey . The mini-series was chosen for 2 Primetime Emmys and established high audience ratings. Son of God is the Jesus section of that mini-series, brought to large screens in the hopes of finding an even wider Viewer. There has been very little fixed advertise for the film. Burnett and Downey have chosen instead to reach out to place of worship groups for screenings, relying on a grass roots attentiveness promotion to get the word out. There has also been a resolute effort to reach out to Jewish groups in the hopes of avoiding the charges of anti-Semitism Mel Gibson’s “The Craze of the Christ” faced. The Jews in command still do not come off great in ‘Son of God’. They seem petty afraid and small-minded. ‘Son of God’ is unambiguously for Christian audiences opening with a dreamy voiceover from the Apostle John telling us how God has always been there, as we see images of war dinosaurs  Noah Ark crashing through the waves  and a Blue Lagoon style glimpse of Adam and Eve in the Garden. It heavy handed and overdramatic openly sentimental  and extremely earnest. ‘Son of God ‘ seriousness is not necessarily a strike against it  was made by earnest people who want to spread the word. But its a tough draught to swallow if you are not in the mood for a sermon. Watch Jesus multiply the loaves and fishes and move on water and lift up Lazarus from the dead. When Jesus , first approach the fisherman Peter LOAD up his boat in the dead-calm Sea of Galilee, Jesus smiles deliberately at Peter like he’s got a closet. Peter tells him there are no fish out there, and Jesus, smirk, runs his hands through the water and Presto! Peter’s web is overflowing with fish. Jesus’ miracles come off as party actions throughout the film, with the watching crowd breathing “Oooh!” as something inconceivable happen. His supporters multiply, and so do his critic. He threaten those in power, not only the Jewish high priests , but the Romans occupy Jerusalem. Filmed like a runaway success epic, with quick cuts, hi-definition taking photos, a moody persistent gain by Lorne Balfe, and some uncomfortable repetitive CGI shots of what is clearly a model of the Temple in Jerusalem, “Son of God” skin tone a pretty bad  script, especially when all of the A postles are talking among themselves about Jesus’ message and what it all will go ahead to. “We have to take his message directly to the heart of power,” one Apostle helpfully exclaims. Or Pilate, looking on as Jesus is drag  out to be tortured, murmuring, “It’s as if he knows that this must happen.” There are a pair of strange details I liked, mostly having to do with casting. We see him strolling around in a see-through nightdress, getting massage, fighting gladiators for keep fit, and loll about on chaise longues with his hottie wife, eating grapes. My favorite Pontius Pilate is still David Bowie from Martin Scorsese “The Last Temptation of Christ,” but this Pilate is pretty entertaining. It is refreshing to see Mary Magdalene  as an accepted part of the Apostle group  her sex not even commented on. Now that’s radical! And Fraser Ayres plays Barabbas, the rabble-rouser chosen by the group to go free in exchange for Jesus’ death, as a scar and enraged predecessor of the present-day rugby thug. The overall problem with ‘Son of God’  is that Jesus  smirk throughout, comes off as a secret message. It is the light-colored gentle Jesus from the stain glass window and Sunday School books. It is not a primeval description of a man who spoke about the beauty of the humble and about consideration for the weak and the despicable, who stood up for the little guy—all of those humanistic message that were so innovative at the time . His Sermon on the Mount is not rousing or mind-blowing in ‘Son of God’. It’s deliver too informal too off-handedly for that. It is difficult to believe  that pretty-man in a white dress stroll in the order of smirk ever endangered everyone.

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