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Young David, a.k.a. Shepherd Boy, has more faith in God than anyone else among his people. If no one in Saul's army will take on Goliath - the champion man-slayer among Leader Jaggar's Philistines - he will. David's soldier brothers, Eliab and Abinadab, have no encouragement for their underage sibling's foolhardy venture and do all they can to crush it; but, with no one else showing a gram of moxie to stand against the taunting giant, Saul finally permits the confrontation and prepares for the young lad's certain death - a determined boy who stubbornly approaches the giant without sword, spear or protective leather vest.Written by
This movie is now available on Netflix streaming, so it was included in the cost of my monthly subscription. Had I paid the price for a movie ticket, I''d be tempted to sue for a refund.
The dialogue is clunky, and cut from whole cloth. Other than the actor who played David, the rest of these imposters seem content to behave as third-grade (and third rate) children, taunting their enemies.
In the early part of the movie, when David seems to be inspired to the beautiful 23rd Psalm, he stops a line without completing it. So, he's taking comfort in his God, by saying, "You make me lie", without completing his thought, "to lie down in green pastures". What sort of brain dead screen writer thought that was a good idea? Especially those who know Scripture??!! Until I watched this joke yesterday, my Razzie Awards were given to three other ludicrous "Bible" movies: the Australian production of Samson and Delilah, Turner's offering, "Jesus" starring Jeremy Sisto, and the appallingly stupid "Noah's Ark" with John Voight as Noah.
I watch many Bible movies, and I'm not offended by certain embellishments as long as they're somewhat intelligent. Even if I weren't Christian, I'd consider this production as inferior entertainment.
Like many other critical reviewers of this substandard waste of intellect and time, I'm dumbfounded to see a single positive review of this piece of debris. I made sure to give it the lowest rating possible, so Netflix didn't offer me more trash from the sewer of such ignorance seen in this ludicrous counterfeit of no value at all.
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