The Resurrection Movie Analysis

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There has been countless tales of the life and times of Jesus Crist. This movie, is a bit different than the rest of them. Why is different? Well the movie is set up from the time of the crucifixion of this character and his resurrection and the aftermath that cause a change of the religious groups worldwide. The movie follows the epic Biblical story of the Resurrection, as told through the eyes of a non-believer. Clavius, a powerful Roman Military Tribune, and his aide Lucius, are tasked with solving the mystery of what happened to Yahshua in the weeks following the crucifixion, in order to disprove the rumors of a risen Messiah and prevent an uprising in Jerusalem. The interesting about this movie is that the main protagonist is an agnostic and he doesn 't even believe in the gods of the roman empire. He prays for them because as the chief, he has to, in reality he just wants a better life at the end of his life. The problems is that he has to question his faith in order to follow his own path. The plot, it 's universal and in many sense works fine. The narrative at time is what really makes the movie insufferable. The scenes take more time than what it really needs. Director…show more content…
Anyways Felton has had some miss and try roles after the Harry Potter movies were done. This is not one of those movies in which he shines. He is probably one of those actors that has to play more role in order for the audience to forget about his iconic role. In this movie he has a supporting role and he does it well, he is a new kid trying to make a name for himself with the legion of the roman empire. He is assigned to Clavius in order to be trained. Felton at times seems lost in the plot of the movie missing some key opportunities to make his character more compelling, at the end you don 't know what happened to him of even why he played an important role if his role gets faded as the movie

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