Ben-Hur (1959 film) - Wikipedia
Ben-Hur (2016) - Rotten Tomatoes
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Ben-Hur (1925) A Silent Film Review – Movies Silently
Despite a few historical inaccuracies, less than credible character motivations (specifically regarding the mother and sister’s fate), and a sometimes abrupt and awkward narrative, “Ben-Hur” is a reasonable take on a familiar story that will likely have more appeal with the current generation, unfamiliar with the stellar 1959 version, let alone the beaufifully written, yet lengthy tome that is the original source material. The surprisingly redemptive final act alone makes it worth the price of admission, and so I recommend this film for both teens and adults alike.