Top ten reads: Jesus in fiction
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  • December 25, 2014, 10:00

(...) outcry in some Christian circles. Scorsese’s lauded film adaptation was greeted with similar hysteria for(...)

They won’t be putting it on the poster, but, as Angelina Jolie’s second film as director powers(...)

(...) of Big Eyes, the new film from director Tim Burton. Margaret Keane, the artist whose kitschy saucer(...)

Biblical George Washington: Charlton Heston in Cecil B DeMille’s The Ten Commandments. Photograph: AP Photo

(...), enjoyable romp through its quarrels, rivalries and vanities. Literature, art, film and journalism are the(...)

(...), anticipated the future. Everything we hear and see in this film points towards her genius and vision. Mary(...)

(...) must wonder what the film might been with first choices Grace Kelly and Deborah Kerr. The male(...)

(...)  You have to feel some sympathy for the folk behind the third film in this faltering family(...)

(...), the script is not significantly weaker than that for the first film. Daniels and Carrey resume their(...)

(...). In a scenario that has resonances with this year’s more mainstream The Skeleton Twins, the film sees(...)

(...) trouble to simultaneously shoot two alternative versions of the film: one in Norwegian, one in English(...)