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The Judas Project (1990)

How would you react if Christ had re-appeared on earth today? Would man kind repeat their mistakes or accept? This movie is about a modernized 2nd coming of Christ. Instead of facing Romans... See full summary »

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John O'Banion ...
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Jude
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Arthur Cunningham
Gerald Gordon ...
Jackson
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Poneras
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Sue Amick ...
Mother
Steven Anderson ...
James
Richard Arnold ...
John
Ari Barak ...
DeCarmo
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Judith Childs
Ray Holtman ...
Pete
J. Michael Hunter ...
Andy
Slavitza Jovan ...
Asa
Leon McBride ...
Buttons the Clown
Laurens Moore ...
Blind Man
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How would you react if Christ had re-appeared on earth today? Would man kind repeat their mistakes or accept? This movie is about a modernized 2nd coming of Christ. Instead of facing Romans there are different obstacles in this modern times that he'd have to face. Written by J. Greenhood

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The time for salvation is now See more »

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Action | Drama | Fantasy

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PG-13 | See all certifications »
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19 February 1993 (USA)  »

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$2,932,790 (USA)
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The only film ever made by James H. Barden. See more »

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[Jesse is delivering another sermon to His congregation on the beach]
Jesse: You have heard that you should love your neighbor and hate your enemy. But what reward is in that? I am telling you to love your enemy, to pray and forgive those who persecute you... You expect God to do for you what you're not willing to do for others? Since God is your Father, shouldn't you be a reflection of Him? Anything that lasts does so because it is built on a solid foundation.
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Jesse I Need You
Words and Music by James H. Barden
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Wonderful Retelling
19 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have to say that I am shocked at the last review for this film. I thought that it was an amazing piece and was very moving. The whole message and point behind this film was to help us understand the motives and events that shaped Judas' betrayal of Christ. Many people, even those that don't know much about the religion or the teachings of Christ, know who Judas was and that he was ultimately the one who betrayed Christ. But little is known of why or how one could do such a thing. This movie makes the tale more heartbreaking and thought provoking than anything else I have ever seen. It humanizes some of the characters in a way that many people may not have viewed them before.

I strongly suggest that anyone who is already a believer, is just coming into their faith, or even those that have decided that it isn't for them see this movie. It is truly eye-opening and gives one a better understanding and view of characters we think we already know.


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