King of Kings (1961)

PG-13   |    |  Biography, Drama, History


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The temporary physical life of the Biblical Savior, Jesus Christ.


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  • Jeffrey Hunter in King of Kings (1961)
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  • Jeffrey Hunter in King of Kings (1961)
  • Jeffrey Hunter in King of Kings (1961)

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4 February 2001 | jimtheven
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| Rebel With A Cause
For me and, I suspect, a lot of other Boomers who were pious as kids and tipped off by nuns about the 4:30 Movie on Good Friday, this one is beyond criticism. When it's time for us to go, many of us will be seeing Hunter's face, baby blues and all, in the midst of the white light... But personal soft spots aside, it's a pretty good Jesus picture. Hunter may speak with the unctious blandness of a TV game show host, but he's earnest and vigorous and has a certain charisma you could take as Godhood... The music is sublime. Ray's direction has a lot of the REBEL WITHOUT quirks. Note the weird angles during Salome's dance. The Sermon on the Mount is probably the best sequence. Those oddly lit and artsily angled close-ups of Jesus are intriguing. Then He comes over the hill with His arms outstretched and it's pure glory... Sweet as a jelly bean, redolent of Easter lilies.

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