'Ben-Hur' 1959 Movie Review: Original ..

Love: Among all the themes that run through “Ben-Hur,” perhaps the most prevalent is that of love—the love that Esther, a Jewish slave (Nazanin Boniadi) born in the house of Hur, has always had for Ben-Hur, the brotherly love that blinds Ben-Hur to the changes in Messala, and, lastly, the love that, once an essential part of Messala, now with its absence threatens to bring him to ruin. No greater definition of love has ever been given than that which we find in the :

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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.

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To say Ben-Hur is the biggest faith-friendly movie of the year would not be an exaggeration.

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Vengeance: Ben-Hur is bent on revenge for all the loss and pain he has endured at Messala’s hands. The Word of God is clear on this and offers a far better path, if we would only trust Him.

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Ben-Hur (1959) was directed by William Wyler and produced by Sam Zimbalist. It stars Charlton Heston, Stephen Boyd, Jack Hawkins, Hugh Griffith and Haya Harareet. Running time: 212 minutes.