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Ben-Hur (2016)

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Judah Ben-Hur (Jack Huston) loses everything after his adopted brother accuses the young prince of treason. Ben-Hur then returns to his homeland after years at sea to seek revenge, but finds redemption.
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Film Inquiry
The big budget, costume epic might be due for a comeback, but this anemic and unimaginative exercise isn't going to do it.
December 06, 2016
An amateurish effort that boasts direct-to-video characteristics, the latest version disappoints in almost every production aspect.
August 21, 2016
While it isn't a total disaster, the new Ben-Hur is unnecessary; the original still works as well as it did more than 50 years ago. This is nothing more than an action movie made for the new generations, which works for a while. [Full review in Spanish]
February 23, 2017
Financial Times
Rankly incompetent.
December 28, 2016
Just as Bekmambetov can't wrangle the story into a palatable feature, neither can his largely under-used actors.
January 08, 2017
Time Out
Just because you're rolling in the chariot doesn't make you Charlton Heston. That's a lesson this weightless, instantly disposable remake of the 1959 sword-and-sandal Oscar winner learns the hard way.
August 19, 2016
Chicago Reader
Though it seems unlikely to dislodge William Wyler's 1959 version, its story of a Judean prince (Jack Huston) who keeps running into Jesus of Nazareth (Rodrigo Santoro) offers plenty of action and spectacle.
August 25, 2016
San Francisco Chronicle
Something soulless and empty, with all the mystery and grandeur of the tale just gone.
August 21, 2016
Rolling Stone
The last of the summer's movie epics is a digitalized eyesore hobbled in every department by staggering incompetence.
August 20, 2016