John Kay Steele Does Excellent in Portraying Christ!
Glen Sutton | 09/28/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I saw this on TBN, and i was just surprised that the Actor
that played Jesus Christ actually looked like Christ himself. I really
enjoyed this picture. From all the actors that i have seen
in the past, the one here, John Kay Steele, looks like Christ
even his performance was Magnificent-John Kay Steele played
the Character Beautifully-A Very loving, and Caring Christ...
it was just beautiful. I really would have enjoyed if John
Kay Steele would have played Christ Again in Mel Gibsons Film
The Passion-I think i got that Correct.
Any way, Phenomenal picture, recommend it to All who read this
message. In real life Christ cares for All, no matter the decade, the time
or place, or where one even comes from-Christ just cares/loves You Always & Forever!"
Good Job TBN!
Glen Sutton | Cleveland, TN United States | 10/04/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a a great production on the life of Christ and is Biblically accurate. This movie could have been longer and would have got the five stars from me had it been. But that is probably the only drawback of the film other than the fact that part two seems to be almost identical to part one (although I didnt get to finish part two because my DVD kept messing up). Overall, it is worth buying and would be a good Christian movie to show to the kids and guests."
Christian Allen | Giessen, Germany | 02/02/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I purchased this DVD because of the good reviews I read and price. It was certainly worth the price. The acting and cinematography left much to be desired, and the timeline was unfollowable. The individual events themselved appeared accurate to scripture, and in truth the Bible cannot be read as a narrative with all events following a chronological sequence; but when watching a movie one expects a certain amount of streamlining and storytelling which just isn't here. Particularly misleading is the fact that there are two volumes. Be aware that the volumes are not 'part one' and 'part two' of the story of Jesus. They tell the same story with different scenes, or possible different takes of the same scenes. This DVD could certainly be used as a graphic tool in teaching some of the events in the gospels, which is particularly useful when teaching children, but don't expect a cinematic tour de force, because you won't find it."
Untold Life of Jesus
Bee | NY, USA | 01/09/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This is the worst film of the life of Jesus. It tells nothing of the life of Jesus and is really one HD slideshow but in motion. When you turn on the movie all you see is someone doing something that you will have to know appears to be like what happened to Jesus. You need to know the story to follow the acting because it seems as if this story took place a few years ago. The actors are so bad that you even have to figure out that too. I think someone just made a home movie and went into business with High Tech DVD burning. I get better acting than this in junk mail DVDs. The only people that should get this movie is the actors, so they can say I did star in a movie in my life thanks to the life of Jesus. -99"
matthew powell | brookshire texas | 02/03/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"the life of jesus is one of the best accounts of the life of jesus the actor that played jesus was great made you feel like you were hearing the words from jesus himself all of the acting was great."