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Plot: A Jewish nobleman, Judah Ben-Hur, and his adopted Roman brother Messala are best friends despite their different origins. Messala enlists in the Roman army and fights in the Roman Empire's wars in Germany. Ben-Hur also develops feelings for the family slave Esther although their different station… Runtime: 123 min Release Date: 19 Aug 2016
Powerful, compelling, and realistic take on a classic (by qormi)
The classic 1959 Charlton Heston version is the one I and the rest of the baby boomers grew up on and it remains one of my top 5 favorite movies of all time. But I was very impressed by the 2016 remake. Gone is the stilted dialogue and "holy look" as Victor Mature described it of the old time biblical epics. The 2016 version has a bold take on the classic and a fresh approach to the story. It surpasses the 1959 version in originality, imagination, and devotion to detail. The Roman legion is shown in all its scope, strength, and ruthless brutality. The character of Jesus has a <more>
prominent role, whereas in the classic version, he never spoke nor did we see his face. With anti Christian sentiment on the rise in the entertainment industry, I wonder if the negative reviews written about this film reflect the agenda driven bias of the critics. The sea battle was spectacular and far surpassed the 1959 version. The epic chariot race was a wonderful homage to the Heston version, complete with the awe inspiring stadium built into living rock and with giant statues in the middle of the track. The race itself rivals the classic one in intensity and imagination. Terrific movie, great acting, and intense realism.
Not so much of a spoiler, but read at you're own risk . It seems everyone was looking for another embodiment of Charlton Heston, but failed to see the other potential this actor Jack Huston brought to the screen in his role. I felt the movie still had the same greatness as it did in the original film of 1959. The story line is so profound in more ways than one and it still kept the Christian values and aspects alive the same way it did back then. Now if I can compare this movie along with Noah which was based on fact. Only the creators screwed the facts up terribly as if they had just <more>
picked up the bible for the first time and decided to move some things around ,this movie definitely is a 10 star movie!!!
The new "BEN-HUR" motion picture is truly an exceptionally well-made movie. We enjoyed it very much. For me personally it was one of the best movie releases in years. Earlier in the year I was somewhat disappointed with "Risen" but the redemption definitely came now with "Ben-Hur". I found this new version much better than the original version with Charlton Heston from 57 years ago.The acting had some great performances and it was engaging. Next to the nail-biting action scenes and the history of the era 28-33 A.D. we're also touched by the spiritual <more>
connotation of that particular time period. This film has such themes as personal sacrifice, humility, redemption and forgiveness masterfully interwoven. I'll watch it again in the theater next week which I rarely ever do to watch a movie twice in the cinema, but this film was very impressive and most certainly I'll reserve my Blu-ray disc.
Everyone will be making comparisons; see it and compare (by racliff)
We thoroughly enjoyed this production. Released today, we saw the matinée and were somewhat surprised at being what seemed like the youngest couple attending. You will not be disappointed with this movie. Watching a familiar story, you're waiting for unexpected items or things just plain screwed up. It didn't feel way, and while there are some plot topics that were different from my expectations, I was not bothered by them.Going to this movie my thoughts were, 1 would a 21st century version make the chariot race be more violent than necessary?, 2 would the faith portion of the <more>
story be erased down to a minor thought? 3 would I recognize the story at all? Answers in a simple style are the circus race had me close my eyes a couple of times -- I'm old enough to know how dangerous these races could become, and faith portion was well done and not overplayed presenting the truth of Jesus' life during this period, and the story was well familiar and my wife commented that portions were actually clearer than we had understood from previous versions. So well done! Comparisons: Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ is an 1880 American best selling novel. It has been a play and movie multiple times. I found the 1925 silent version of the same title a very impressive production. The 1959 movie "Ben-Hur" is the version most people are familiar with but at 3.5hrs you'll want to find a complete copy of this and it's one my favourite movies . The '59 movie has more story than today's and the action sequences are somewhat more simplified but very impressive. This Charlton Heston version won 11 Oscars and will be the version of most people's thoughts.With Morgan Freeman being the only performer I was familiar with, Ben-Hur is great having fresh faces, amazing Italian country sides, and a well paced showing. Go and see this, and find one or two of the other movie versions and maybe the book as well -- so you can make your own comparisons. My wife believes this may now be her favourite, and I'm still committed to the 1959 version. I believe there's enough room for both versions to be enjoyed.
Spectacular special effects - full of action. (by rannynm)
The famous story of Ben-Hur has been done in film multiple times throughout the years, but none has reached this level of excitement and beautiful special effects. And none has ever been this action packed and intense. Ben-Hur will certainly appeal to action genre fans, but it has so much more to offer. Along with multiple dangerous adventures comes strong love story, drama and history, which keeps you excited but surprised by events that unfold in front of your eyes. The film starts when Prince Judah Ben-Hur Jack Huston is accused of attempting to assassinate a Roman Leader. His adopted <more>
brother convinces him and his family about the worst punishments available. His family meets a mysterious fate that leaves him guessing about them for years. Judah is sentenced to life as a galley slave a person that rows Roman ships . He barely survives this terrible punishment for six years before escaping. Back on land, he trains to take revenge on his brother in a place with no law - the dangerous, yet exciting sport of chariot racing! Although the plot seems confusing, it actually is easy to follow. Towards the beginning it may be a bit confusing, but by ten minutes into the film pieces snap into place. This film not only packs a lot of action, but it is also very historical and truly makes it look as if we are watching these scenes take place in ancient Rome and Jerusalem from the boats, to warfare, to their attire. Throughout the film, I felt transported back 2000 years to the large Roman Empire. Most of the special effects portray the chariot racing and the outcome is nothing short of spectacular, detailed and very realistic. It is exciting and intense, but also easy to follow. The acting in this film exceeded my expectations with many known actors such as Jack Huston and Morgan Freeman Ilderim , but the entire cast delivers spectacular performances and really make their characters come to life and shine, as well as make the viewer think they actually are seeing life 2000 years ago. My favorite scene is the galley slave scenes. In a way, these are also my least favorite scenes because it shows how terrible Romans treated these slaves. In one scene, you see Judah changing over the six years from a handsome and healthy prince to a depressed, skinny and beaten slave. Another factor of these scenes that impressed me were the visual effects. Judah escapes when the ship sinks in a battle. The scene is very dramatic, scary and intense. It is full of action and everything from soundtrack to acting makes it a heart- thumping moment.Ben-Hur is intense with many adult references, but the mature aspect that concerns me most is the gore. Since this takes place in Ancient Rome, there are many violent acts that are unsuitable for young children. I recommend it for ages 14 to 18 and give it 4.5 out of 5 stars. The acting, special effects and soundtrack are all fantastic but the story is slightly confusing at the beginning which makes it a bit annoying for the viewer.Reviewed by Gerry O., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic.
This film has taken a beating in the press for daring to "remake" the 1959 award-winning classic; but it's a solid piece of entertainment, and arguably, has far more powerful spiritual themes than any of its predecessors. The cast is terrific, the script never lags, the romance is believable, and the sense of realism in Jerusalem is wonderful. It explores the political upheaval of the region at the time, using the zealot conflicts as a cornerstone for the event that lands Judah in trouble with Rome.While I do have a few minor nitpicks with the production's historical <more>
accuracy it's a bit shocking to see so many beards among the Romans , the costuming and set design is magnificent. The chariot race isn't the only pulse-pounding moment but it does boast spectacular action scenes and some gritty carnage . The camera is used to give a sense of claustrophobia inside the ship. The score neither overwhelms nor detracts from the experience.I wanted a bit more duality in the Roman characters than the script allowed; most of them are simply villains. The audience is left to assume Messala's emotions and motivations, and he doesn't seem to have as much emotional conflict as one would expect, in condemning his former family to death. It is confusing toward the start, as it establishes the zealots, but resolves all its major plot arcs.Sentimentality may make people consider passing this up, but if they can put aside comparisons and see it as a new take on the novel, rather than a remake, they'll find it a thought-provoking and powerful film.
I wasn't really going to write a review but when I saw all the hate this movie was getting -I couldn't help myself and thought that this movie deserved some justice... I can understand that fans of the original movie aren't pleased- I guess they feel like seeing a book they really like getting butchered on screen- but in this case I don't think that happened. I came with low expectations and actually quite enjoyed it! The visuals were amazing-I'm an archaeology buff- roman to be specific and I think that for the first time in a long time I really felt immersed and got <more>
excited from seeing stuff I usually see in a museum come to life- The hippodrome was amazing!! And so were the costumes and the sets. In short the art director is a genius. And I finally feel that they got the look of Jerusalem almost right- at least the best version of Jerusalem on screen I've ever seen. Kingdom of heaven's Jerusalem was awful . As for the characters they were likable- and I did find myself caring for them and being moved at the end. All though I'm not sure I liked Jesus in it.. His portrayal made things slightly cheesy.. But not too bad.In short... I think it's pretty good and stands on it's own and should be given a chance-especially since some part of me felt the honest need to defend it- and that doesn't happen a lot..And I do actually want to see this movie again : Sorry that I didn't put further details- but you know- spoilers... Plus I'm sure that all the other reviewers already have..
It is apparent that those who have given this movie a poor rating are among those who do not understand the story of Ben Hur. This version, like those of the past was a depiction of a wealthy Jew who had everything; lost everything, and then through his faith regained far more than he ever had; faith, hope, love and mostly forgiveness. And it was beautifully depicted; kudos and many thanks to Mark Burnett and Roma Downey. I was particularly impressed that relatively unknown actors were chosen so that we could see the characters without the prejudgement that comes with more recognizable <more>
actors. Those who went to see this movie to find out who won a chariot race were as lost as Ben Hur was when at his lowest point. That is not a criticism; that just makes me sad.
Possibly the best re-make I've seen! Can you name one that is better? (by jeggunselman)
Ben-Hur is surprisingly good for a re-make! This movie is much shorter than the 1959 version but still did a great job covering the story without leaving any holes. The pace started a little bit slow but it picked up as the movie went on. Every actor and actress in this film was perfectly chosen for their role with no "weak links". This movie had a $100 Million budget and it showed! The special effects were stunning and even better in 3-D. I expect a lot of people will give this remake a bad review simply because they want to stay loyal to the original. It had been 57 years. With <more>
how Hollywood works these days, it was long overdue to try for a re- make. Do yourself a favor and give this movie a chance. You will not be disappointed.I challenge you to find a better re-make than this movie!