Color of the Cross

Color of the Cross

A retelling of the events leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, based on the idea that he was a black man whose death was a racially motivated hate crime.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:108 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prayer,   faith,   prophet,  

A retelling of the events leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, based on the idea that he was a black man whose death was a racially motivated hate crime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Color of the Cross torrent reviews

Aaron V (de) wrote: Great story that is inspiring as a bright spot in a dark and troubled place. That country has been through so much and its great to see glimmers of hope for the people there.

Nap A (fr) wrote: muuy buena, la recomiendo, te hace reflexionar mucho...

Tanya D (au) wrote: I loved the twist at the end.

Milly B (mx) wrote: Hilarious isn't a good enough description of what Brendan Fraser was in this movie. He took comedy to a new level. the script was unbelievably funny. Alicia Silverstone wasn't great in this film, her acting was edgy, but again for her, the script held her up. Christopher Walken was perfectly cast as the genius, but nuts dad of Adam. The dance scene was excellently directed, showing perfect shots of Eve staring at Adam with jealousy. I love the script, and Adam first experiences 'upstairs', such as when he says "oh my lucky stars, a negro!" His eagerness about everything was so charming and mannerly, you couldn't help but loving his character. I love the soundtrack as well. I think the best line in this movie was what Christopher Walken said to the barman upstairs, who took Walken to be God, and that this line had biblical meaning, chanted, "leave me elevator alone!" Legend Brendan Fraser is hilarious as Adam, a thirty five year old man who has never been outside before because his father thought that a bomb was going to hit their house. Adam meets Eve{Alicia Silverstone} and instantly falls in love with her, though it takes longer for her to realize that she loves him too. This is an incrediby funny, but under-rated movie, with excellent acting all round, though I must say, Fraser was probably the best. Fraser's role as Adam is one of the funniest I've ever seen, a definite must-see for all those who love to laugh.

mikayla t (gb) wrote: this is one of my favorite movies

Derrick C (us) wrote: One of the best B-movies ever from beginning to end it has no sense of shame, it just does whatever to keep going.

Bryce I (gb) wrote: The cinematic technique is intriguing, and although it's unnoticeable to the audience's perspective the industrial details derived from this film are revolutionary. It's one of the most interesting concert documentaries of all time, and remains a unique experience with narrative, character, passion and creative innovation from all involved.

Jack G (ru) wrote: I'll try and remember the name H. Bruce Humberstone (yeah, doesn't roll off the tongue like Fritz Lang), since he's made one of the first and still most classic film noirs of the period. It's got the whodunnit, it's got the classy dames with more than a little motivation and guts, it's got the tough guy lead who is lookin to prove his innocence, and the smug and slimy cop out to bust him. And as great as the direction can be, how about the dialog!

Dannie H (kr) wrote: This movie gets 2 stars. Very predictable.

DeNae G (mx) wrote: I'm not a big Arthur Miller fan, but I love William H. Macy. Not his best work, AT ALL!