Ben-Hur (3D)
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Ben-Hur (3D)

English, Telugu, Hindi, Tamil
AdventureDramaHistory
19 Aug, 2016
2 hrs 04 mins
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2,599 votes
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This is the epic story of Judah Ben-Hur, a prince falsely accused of treason by his adopted brother Messala, an officer in the Roman army. Stripped of his title, separated from his family and the woman he loves, Judah is forced into slavery. After years at sea, Judah returns to his homeland to seek revenge, but finds redemption.
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Verdict: A gallant effort to remake the classic. They say it`s never easy to recreate the old magic and rightly so when you are trying to remake Ben-Hur, one of the all-time classics! While most directors may have succumbed to the weight of expectations set by the previous movie, the director Timur Bekmambetov has done []... ...Read full review
The classic tale of Ben Hur (Huston) who is turned upon by his adopted brother Messala Severus (Kebbell) gets a modern-day retelling. Messala is a high ranking officer in the Roman Army while Ben Hur is an aristocrat. Their friendship gets soured and Messala falsely accuses Ben Hur of a crime that he did not commit. With everything taken away from him, Ben Hur must find the right path in life. ...Read full review
They finally got the roof fixed. In every previous adaptation of General Lew Wallaces wildly successful 1880 novel Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ, the instigating event stems from Judah Ben-Hur, the Jewish nobleman, accidentally knocking some stray tiles on to the heads of Roman bigshots as they enter Jerusalem. In 1907 (the 15-minute version), 1926 (Fred Niblos luxe and still very watchable silent), 1959 (the enormous ...Read full review
Watching the square-jawed, granite-chiselled resolve of Charlton Heston in a Roman arena, it was easy to forget that before it became about a chariot race, Ben-Hur was a bestseller book that called itself A Tale of the Christ. ...Read full review
If you think about it, Ben-Hur is a remake of a remake that also happens to be a prime example of Hollywood whitewashing, and another addition in a growing list of religious-themed films. The only conceivable way they couldve made this already seedy combination worse is if they rented a Bob Marley wig and made Morgan Freeman wea ...Read full review
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