A musical retelling of Christ’s Passion from the viewpoint of Judas that has more anachronisms than the 1973 version–and more energy.
This rock opera, with much of the cast dressed like hippies, recounts the last week in the lives of Jesus Christ and Judas Iscariot.
A girl & a priest pull dock worker Terry Malloy to testify against the mob, while his brother & the mob boss pull Terry in the opposite direction.
An imaginary story of what might happen if the sexually tempted Jesus came down from the cross and married and raised a family.
I’m reaching back to 1964 to recommend this ground-breaking film from the 1964 Worlds Fair. Click the image to read my entire review.
RISEN is the story of a Roman tribune charged by Gov. Pilate to investigate the disappearance of the body of Christ. The hardened soldier is transformed by his discovery.
The Gospel of John is enacted by actors speaking Aramaic under the narrator who reads the King James text or the NIV text or Spanish in a 3rd version.
The arrest, trial, flogging and crucifixion is shown in painfully bloody detail. Brief flashbacks to Christ’s earlier life set the context.