Monday, March 2, 2015

Inspired from the Best-Selling Book by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard comes 'Killing Jesus' the Movie, on Nat-Geo

MOVIE REVIEW

Movie: Killing Jesus

Network: Nat Geo (NGC) - National Geographic Channel

Original Air Date: March 29, 2015

*National Geographic Channel’s Killing Jesus, produced by Scott Free Productions, is based on the New York Times best-selling book by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard.

*Please Note: This Special is for Mature Audiences Only.

*I want to also inform you - the man portraying Jesus, in this movie, is of the Muslim faith. I personally feel, as a Christian, that this goes against my own beliefs. This isn't just any role. He is portraying the Son of God, and his religion does not recognize Jesus as such.

 

 


CAST:

Emmanuelle Chriqui ... Herodia
Tamsin Egerton ... Claudia
Rufus Sewell ... Caiaphas
John Rhys-Davies ... Annas
Kelsey Grammer ... King Herod
Stephen Moyer ... Pontius Pilate
Aneurin Barnard ... James, Son of Zebedee
Eoin Macken ... Antipas
Haaz Sleiman ... Jesus
Dimitri Leonidas ... James
Klára Issová ... Mary Magdalene
Seeta Indrani ... Mariyam
Vernon Dobtcheff ... Isiah
Chris Ryman ... Malchus
Nicholas Jacob ... Joshua


PLOT:

via Nat Geo: It’s a story nearly the whole world knows, with more than 2.2 billion people around the globe following the teachings and principles of Jesus of Nazareth. But the intimate historical details of his life and the political collusions that led to his brutal demise bring new context to the familiar story.


Movie Review:

I will not be watching this movie, due to the fact that the man portraying Jesus, in this movie, is of the Muslim faith. I personally feel, as a Christian, that this goes against my own beliefs. This isn't just any role. He is portraying the Son of God, and his religion does not recognize Jesus as such.


See or Skip:

Coming...


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1 comment:

  1. I am so disappointed that the sweet Peanuts gang and IT'S THE EASTER BEGAL CHARLIE BROWN is not going to be on TV this year, or at least I cannot find any station that will be broadcasting it.


    Why isn't the sweet precious, Charlie Brown Easter NOT showing on any tv channel? I am so disappointed...it is so sweet. I am sure a lot of people will miss seeing Snoopy this year.





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