February 28

Son of God


Poster for the movie "Son of God"

Son of God (2014)

PG-13 138 min - Drama - 28 February 2014

The life story of Jesus is told from his humble birth through his teachings, crucifixion and ultimate resurrection.

Director:  Christopher Spencer
Writers:  Richard Bedser, Christopher Spencer, Colin Swash, Nic Young
Stars:  Roma Downey, Diogo Morgado, Louise Delamere, Darwin Shaw, Amber Rose Revah, Andrew Brooke, Simon Kunz, William Houston, Nonso Anozie, Stewart Scudamore, Conan Stevens, Matthew Gravelle, Greg Hicks, Adrian Schiller, Sebastian Knapp, Joe Wredden, Paul Marc Davis, Paul Knops, Darcie Lincoln, David Rintoul, Gary Oliver, Jassa Ahluwalia, Langley Kirkwood, Patrice Naiambana, Joe Coen, Leila Mimmack, Rick Bacon, Fraser Ayres, Said Bey, Paul Brightwell, Sana Mouziane, Anas Chenin, Daniel Percival, Noureddine Aberdine, Idrissa Sisco


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The life story of Jesus is told from his humble birth through his teachings, crucifixion and ultimate resurrection.


Genres: Drama


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Country:   United States of America
Language:  English, Hebrew
Release Date:  28 February 2014

Box Office

Company Credits

Production Companies:  Hearst Entertainment Productions, LightWorkers Media

Technical Specs

Runtime:  2 h 18 min

[vc_row][vc_column][wpsm_woobox id=”48431″][/vc_column][/vc_row]by Ginger

Released just in time for the Easter season, Son of God is a unique cinematic look at the life of Jesus. It is a powerful epic tale of his life. This account traces the life of Jesus from his birth to crucifixion. This brings the stories of the Bible to life. This version of the tale is the best to come around since that classic starring Charlton Heston. This parental guide to the movies will refrain from making religious judgments about the film and basis its recommendation on the level of violence and age appropriateness of the film. These recommendations encourage parents to make their own judgments about the age appropriateness of the film based on their own beliefs and opinions.

Many of the scenes in this film will be familiar to those that know the Bible stories. It just takes them to the big screen to give the audience a sense of being there. This film is emotional and focuses on the impact that Jesus had on those that he touched. The film focuses on the Roman reaction to the threat that they saw in the movement that Jesus had started. There is nothing new in the film, but it is a telling of the familiar in a new and different way. The scenery, costuming, and acting are exceptional and create an excellent portrayal of these familiar stories and events.

The MPAA rated it as a PG-13 due to the gruesome crucifixion scene and other sequences of violence. There are some violent scenes as the people begin to riot in the streets. The crucifixion scene is particularly gruesome and realistic. This family movie guide believes that it is up to the individual to determine what is appropriate or inappropriate for their children according to their own religious beliefs and convictions. This is a wonderfully done take on the stories from the Bible.


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