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The Judas Project (1990)

PG-13  |   |  Action, Drama, Fantasy  |  19 February 1993 (USA)
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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... See full summary »

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John O'Banion ...
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Arthur Cunningham
Gerald Gordon ...
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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 World Powers, both religious and political, are trying to recruit Jesse as their instrument]
Jesse: I'VE COME TO HELP! The weak need strength; the strong need tenderness; the tempted and fallen need salvation; the righteous need pity for sinners; the fighters need a leader; the lonely simply need a friend. Only God can be all these things... The world has always had a Leader; the trouble is no one wants to listen, much less follow.
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Words and Music by James H. Barden
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Bad community theater on film
3 July 2003 | by (Dallas, TX) – See all my reviews

One of the selling points of this movie was "Made entirely apart from Hollywood," and, boy, does it show. So much so, I only sat there for the first third of the movie.

As an actor and soon-to-be filmmaker, I was interested in the whole "apart from Hollywood" angle. As a Christian, the idea of a modern Gospel intrigued me. Both parts of me were offended by this well-intended turkey.

The filmmaker in me was offended by the tedium of the story - this is the Greatest Story Ever Told, and they couldn't make it interesting. The acting could only be likened to bad community theater put on film.

The Christian in me was offended by the treatment of various parts of the telling. First of all, Jesse (Jesus) was a sensitive, weepy-eyed Gap ad, not the strong, passionate carpenter of the gospels. The point at which I walked out was this: At the transfiguration, Jesse reveals his true self, glorified, to the apostles. Two of the apostles do a jaw-drop-then-faint-like-a-board take, like a WB cartoon, with similar sound effects. Wow. This proud-to-be-Christian director reduced one of the high points of Jesus' life to a slapstick routine. Revolting.

The Christian filmmaker in me was offended because all I could think was, "OK, great. Now everyone who sees this is going to think that THIS is what Christian filmmakers do - make crappy movies."


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