An epic journey, faithfully adapted to modern-day. Christian faces distractions, challenges, and perils at every turn of the way. But ends victorious, with helpful guides, as he stays on the narrow path to the distant Celestial City.
The epic tale of a pilgrim and his burden, based on John Bunyan's Masterpiece. Christian begins a journey from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City as the ultimate enemy tries everything in his power to distract him from his destination. One of the most popular books of all time is brought to life for the first time to theaters as a feature length, CGI animated movie.
Lux is the Latin word for light and Satan's original name was Lucifer which means "light bringer." In Genesis God says that there will be strife between Satan's seed and God's seed. So the descendants of Lux referenced in the movie are the fallen angels who followed Satan and the children of disobedience. See more »
Although I haven't read the book and therefore can't compare it to the movie, this was a story well-told in its own right. A bit scary at points for young kids, but not gratuitously so. Some reviewers who complained the movie is blatantly religious or Christian obviously don't what The Pilgrim's Progress is all about. The animation was not up to modern standards and is a bit disappointing, though.
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