G | | Adventure, Drama, History
When a Jewish prince is betrayed and sent into slavery by a Roman friend, he regains his freedom and comes back for revenge.
2 February 2001 | Keith Bruce (email@example.com)
10 | Quite simply the finest epic movie of all time
What can you say about this film? It has everything, magnificent script, superb acting ,and the most famous chariot ...
The film's budget ballooned to ten million dollars nearly fifty percent higher than the original budget. Joseph Vogel president of MGM's parent company Loew's Inc., came over from New York to say that there was growing concern among the board of directors and ... ...
Why are the streets deserted?
Blind Man: They have gone to the trial. Alms for the blind?
Judah Ben-Hur: Trial? Whose trial?
Blind Man: The young rabbi from Nazareth. They are wanting his death.
Esther: It cannot be true!
Blind Man: Alms?
Judah Ben-Hur: What has he done?
Blind Man: Nothing I know of. For the blind? For the blind?...
After Judah denounces Rome and Esther declares that it is as if he has become Messalla, he turns to face her, in anger, but in the next frame, instead of facing her directly, he it looking at her over his left shoulder; he should be facing her or, at best, have his right shoulder facing her and looking over it.
The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lion is shown in a still-frame to appear looking peaceful at the beginning rather than roaring.
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