The Bible: The Epic Mini-Series // Movie Review.

Hey all! I have a movie review for you! I know this is a little late, but whateve`s.

Abraham sacrificing, Isaac.

Roma Downey playing as Mary

The crucifixion.

So. There was ALOT of things I loved, and very few things I didn`t.
From Executive Producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett comes The Bible — an epic 10-part miniseries retelling stories from the Scriptures for a whole new generation. Breathtaking in scope and scale, The Bible features powerful performances, exotic locales and dazzling visual effects that breathe spectacular life into the dramatic tales of faith and courage from Genesis through Revelation. This historic television event is sure to entertain and inspire the whole family.

Language: None!

Nudity: Men seen in loin cloths, and a low cut top on Delilah.

Accuracy: (From Dove reviews) Although very accurate for the most part, there are a few minor deviations from the Bible including a lamb being used as a sacrifice by Abraham instead of a ram, and Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead by kissing him on the head instead of calling him forth.

Violence: (also from dove reviews)   Many, many sword fights, stabbings, blood, slicing of body parts, cut throats with blood, blood seen on children; corpses; rocks thrown at people; the crucifixion of Jesus including whippings, nails driven in hands and feet, a spear thrust into his side with bloody results; the stoning of Stephen and his death which features blood running from his nose; characters hit and punched and kicked; a few scenes of lamb’s throats being cut and blood pouring out.

Alcohol: Drinking of wine seen in very few scenes.

Other: King David, in the scence when he called Bathsheba into his room to speak to her, he does force a kiss on her, but nothing else was shown. It does say afterwards that she did become pregnant.

Age Rating: In my opinion, my little brothers from ages 5 to 11 watched this and loved it, and also little Glory who is 2, also watched it, but the children in our family, don`t get scared and have nightmares easily. If your family does, I would say the age rating for your family would be ages 12 and up. Or, if they get scared very easily, I would move up to 13 or 14.

My Rating: 4 and 1/2 stars. I did not give a full 5 stars, because of the lack of accuracy.




  2. Nice post! Also there was a child on the ark and no children were on it! hahahah :)


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