Color of the Cross Synopsis
Christ's ordeal from the Last Supper to the Crucifixion.
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By Maitland McDonagh
This is not a film for neophytes: It proceeds from the assumption that the viewer is familiar with the events and people of Jesus' life,...
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Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
Filled with close-ups of Jesus and his apostles (all the better to hide the absence of elaborate period sets), mixing quotes from the...
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Baltimore Sun

By Chris Kaltenbach
Save for Jesus' skin color, which he shares with some of his fellow Jews, little about the story is re-imagined or re-evaluated.
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Washington Post

By Stephen Hunter
This feels like a cramped, TV-style retelling, with small groups of people, no special effects, in some ways almost cheesy.
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By Todd McCarthy
Once the revisionist frisson of a black Jesus, not to mention Mary, Joseph and Judas, has worn off, one is stuck with more mundane matters...
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The New York Times

By Jeannette Catsoulis
Though the film's final, disturbing image forces race to the forefront and belatedly raises wider issues of persecution, its most...
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Why is it I didn't know about this movie till I saw it at the theater?

By BEE2200
When I saw the title at the theater, I knew I had to see it. It was most informative and very well done. I hope that more people got a chance to see it. Trying to find it again to take the kids to...


By slipknot_maggot
This was a very offending and is not informal and it is to ignorant to take not watch it....

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Rated NR