The Book of Ruth: Journey of Faith

The Book of Ruth: Journey of Faith

The Book of Ruth, is a triumphant love story in the face of adversity. This selfless journey of love and devotion is seen through the eyes of a young widow. Choosing to leave her homeland of Moab, she follows her mother-in-law Naomi to Israel after the death of her husband. Upon reaching Bethlehem, she meets and marries a man named Boaz, who is of the Royal House of Judah. This chain of seemingly unrelated events, sets the stage for the future kings of the nation of Israel, and the glorious coming of the Messiah. A Biblical Cinderella story from the archives of the royal Jewish bloodline, this story reveals the redemption of their inheritance through the child Obed, who was the grandfather of King David.

This movie is an adaptation of "The Book Of Ruth" from the bible. Powerful themes of tolerance and acceptance gained through love and understanding shine in this production. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jocey D (it) wrote: Big disappointment considering the stellar cast. The story had lots of potential but didn't develop into much of anything. The claustrophobic cinematography was grating and didn't help give substance to the grief or context. Some rare long shots revealed some of Maine's charm.

Eric S (br) wrote: Jesse Bradford, Reid Ewing count me in!!

Reece L (gb) wrote: Horrifying in its bleakness and overwhelmingly emotional in its focus on the titular bond between a woman and her dog, "Wendy and Lucy" is a perfectly brief account of a vital story about the self-righeousness of those who have and the desperation of those have not.

len l (us) wrote: Verry cool story line, this writher was really thinking outside the box when he made this story up!!!!!!!!!!

Kenneth L (it) wrote: Amazing animation. Stupendous sound & music. Dance as the perfect diplomat to bring back the abundance of life to the frozen wastes.

Coley G (mx) wrote: Interesting to see debates happen around science, the bible, morality, theory and time travel in a different time... What happens when you remove the authority of Christ?I just kept thinking, "who made this movie? Could they be even more obvious with their motives & thoughts?"There are moments where the film takes the feel of an after-school special. I feel like there are other movies- better than this one without that preachy feel.

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Shari W (de) wrote: I liked Benji the Hunted better, but this was good too.

Jeff B (nl) wrote: A rough among the Diamonds, Sean Connery's occasionally entertaining return to the role that made him famous single handedly pilots the 007 series into the over-the-top, almost comedic, spoof-worthy skies that would dominate the '70s. Essentially, Diamonds Are Forever plays out as a swanky harbinger of the campy Roger Moore escapades that would follow. Moore gets shouldered with this association, but - make no mistake about it - Connery kick-started it but good with this, a largely forgettable romp where the series starts to show its age. Nothing about James Bond should come as a standard issue experience, but this go-round simply starts to become imitative of the glory days. And speaking of 'age,' the leading man starts to show it--if not completely in looks, than interest. Women get flung at him with no wooing necessary and the heavies look about as formidable as Maxwell Smart. Truly, between the spa mud bath murder, moon buggy chase, horrible acting by one of the worst Bond girls ever, and the singer of "Big Bad John" adding support, this chapter amounts to being more of a comedy than Peter Sellers' Casino Royale did four years earlier. Some decent stunts and witty repartee help to gloss over what's become Double-0 formula, but most of Diamonds - from the unthreatening skeevy henchmen to a Howard Hughes-esqe plotline - ends up to be a veritable fugazi.In this classic spy caper, a diamond smuggling investigation leads James Bond (Connery) to Las Vegas, where he uncovers an extortion plot headed by his nemesis, Ernst Stavro Blofeld.A then-historic paycheck brings Connery him back into the fray and his charisma carries some of the stale goings-on. He surely morphed into an on screen older sex symbol in his '60s (The Untouchables, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Entrapment), but consider his awkward years. He looks remarkably less viral and vested than four years earlier in You Only Live Twice. Plus, when paired with Jill St. John, he's got too much heavy lifting. She delivers lines as sing-songy and unconvincing as a grade school play. Country-Western star Jimmy Dean lightens things up as a thinly veiled take on reclusive billionaire Hughes but the tone already proves lighter than a Go Go Bird feather. Bottom line: Diamonds and Rust

Adam A (gb) wrote: Though its reenacting is questionable, there is no doubt that this is one great and well put together "Escape From Alcatraz".

Karrald G (jp) wrote: A very strange movie with very strange people. Everyone is right. The world of modeling is definitely a completely different world.