The Revolutionary: Epic Version

DVD Release: June 24, 2014
The Revolutionary: Epic Version
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Synopsis

This fast-paced film about Jesus, made with high definition technology, shows his life and teachings in an arresting and attention-grabbing way. From his birth to his death and ascension, viewers will retrace Jesus’ footsteps and see his miracles and ministry depicted as never before on film. Shot entirely on location in Israel, “The Revolutionary: Epic Version” will take you back almost 2,000 years, reliving the dramatic events that changed the course of human history—and mankind’s eternal destiny—forever.

Dove Review

“The Revolutionary: Epic Version” is a revering and technically interesting film that will capture the imagination. From Jesus walking on water to an angel appearing to the shepherds, the effects work nicely and give the movie a modern feel. The film highlights events in the life of Christ, including: his birth, his temptation in the wilderness, his first miracle of turning water into wine, his righteous anger overturning the moneychangers’ tables, his walking on water during a storm, and his crucifixion.

John Kay Steel does a commendable job playing Christ, balancing a serious side against a man not afraid to smile. His annunciation of words is well executed and the story flows nicely, featuring both teaching and action sequences. We are more than pleased to award this film our Dove “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12+ and five Doves! The age suggestion is due to the crucifixion scenes, though they are not gratuitous. This film will leave you in awe of the life of Christ, no matter how many times you have read it or seen it portrayed!

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: H (as a place)-5; O/G used in praise.
Violence: Jesus uses a whip and overturns moneychangers' tables; the sound of Jesus being flogged; stripes seen on Jesus; crown of thorns on Jesus and blood on his face; nails in Jesus' hands and feet, blood briefly seen pouring down from hand; blood washed by rain from cross onto ground and into the water; two thieves seen on crosses.
Drugs: Wine.
Nudity: Shirtless men in loin cloths.
Other: A legion of demons leave man and enter into pigs; woman mentions her issue of blood and she is healed; religious leaders are jealous of Jesus; Jesus falsely accused.

Info

Company: Gateway Films / Vision Video
Producer: Paul Crouch
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 97 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: David Mead
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter