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The Passion (2016)

The Creator of the universe in human form makes the ultimate sacrifice for all humanity, offering salvation to all who believe.

Writers:

Peter Barsocchini (teleplay), Jacco Doornbos (based upon original format by)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tyler Perry ... Narrator
Jencarlos Canela ... Jesus Christ
Chris Daughtry ... Judas
Prince Royce ... Peter
Seal ... Pontius Pilate
Trisha Yearwood ... Mary
Michael W. Smith ... Disciple
Yolanda Adams ... Gospel Singer
Shane Harper ... Disciple
Gabriel Conte Gabriel Conte ... Disciple
Mustafa Harris Mustafa Harris ... Disciple
Oscar Gale ... Disciple
Alexander McConduit Alexander McConduit ... Disciple
Jaren Mitchell ... Disciple
Jeremy Sande ... Disciple
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Storyline

Set in modern day, The Passion follows Jesus of Nazareth as he presides over the last supper, is betrayed by Judas, put on trial by Pontius Pilate, convicted, crucified and resurrected. Hosted and narrated by Tyler Perry. Written by Lisa Loveday

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Genres:

Musical

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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One of the disciples, uncredited, is Christian music artist Michael W. Smith. See more »

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Better Than I Expected
25 March 2016 | by newyorkranger16See all my reviews

I saw this production last night with the preconception that I was going to hate it (After all, I don't really like musicals). In fact, I presented it to my wife earlier in the day simply to make fun of it. A modern adaptation of the Gospels? How would that even work? And how could it not be ridiculous? However, the more I watched it the more I realized that it was actually pretty good.

I would not say that every performance was perfect, but I would say that they were all very good. Jencarlos and Daughtry were incredibly moving in every one of their performances. Seal was also fantastic.

The music they chose, especially for Jencarlos and Daughtry, was perfect. The lyrics were incredible in light of the scenes they were performing.

My only complaint is simply a matter of preference. I felt that the woman playing Mary was hard to relate to. She was a great singer, but I felt that her music choices were weak and that she simply did not look the part. However, nothing was technically wrong. She just isn't who I would have chosen for the role.

As you can probably tell, I do not review movies very often. I normally would like to spend more time writing something before I release it for public view, but I felt that it was important to get this out there as soon as possible. There are only two written reviews for this production. One loved it, one hated it. I am hoping that someone who felt the same way that I did would give the show a chance. I think you will like it.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 March 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Paixão See more »

Filming Locations:

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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