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Year of Release: 2016 | Type of the Movie: Adventure | Size of the Movie: 3.14 GB | Quality: BRRip | Film Director: Timur Bekmambetov | Lenght: 2 hours 5 minutes | Language: English | Resolution: 1080p

The Romans are being plotted against by the Zealots. Judah meets Jesus of Nazareth as this occurs. He spreads a message of forgiveness and compassion. Judah also meets a girl falls in love along with her and named Esther.

Within the next 36 months, Judah tells Esther was set to wed another guy and writes to his brother, and Judah was going to let her go, however he ran after her and was able to get her back. They've since been wed.

Year of Release: 2016 | Type of the Movie: Adventure | Size of the Movie: 3.14 GB | Quality: BRRip | Film Director: Timur Bekmambetov | Lenght: 2 hours 5 minutes | Language: English | Resolution: 1080p

The Romans are being plotted against by the Zealots. Judah meets Jesus of Nazareth as this occurs. He spreads a message of forgiveness and compassion. Judah also meets a girl falls in love along with her and named Esther.

Within the next 36 months, Judah tells Esther was set to wed another guy and writes to his brother, and Judah was going to let her go, however he ran after her and was able to get her back. They've since been wed.

It almost certainly doesn’t need saying, but just in case — this latest feature-length version of Ben-Hur will not be winning 11 Oscars. The sixth filmed version (a mini-series, two silent films, an animation and the famous one), it also follows the likes of Gladiator and The Phantom Menace , which riffed on different elements of the story or the action. It’s an adequate retelling, mostly, but with moments of eye-rolling ineptitude.

All this, in any ordinary situation, would be a bad thing, but Judah is so over-privileged and infuriatingly bland, you’re almost rooting for Messala at this point. He’s a man we’ve seen being belittled by his adopted mother, and who has refused to coast through life on his new family’s wealth, instead deciding to make something of himself in the Roman army. Then there’s that assassination attempt — in previous versions the catalyst for the arrests was tiles accidentally falling from the Ben-Hurs’ roof, and in that situation Messala’s overreaction is another layer to his villainy. Here Judah leaves him with little option but to act.

It’s just one odd decision in a film littered with them — and for many the pay-off is unintended laughter. There’s the first appearance of Jesus (Rodrigo Santoro) where he’s identifiable not by his name, but because he’s doling out sage words (without being asked for them) while planing a piece of wood. (He’s a carpenter, get it?) And then there’s the assertion of Sheik Ilderim (Morgan Freeman), who musters all his grandiosity to tell Judah: “You cannot fight them in the streets, but there is another way — the Circus.” He means the chariot-racing stadium, but with the images it conjures of trapeze artists and clowns riding unicycles, that’s not how it plays in the moment.




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