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The Last Temptation of Christ

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The film starring Willem Dafoe, Harvey Keitel, Barbara Hershey is directed by Martin Scorsese. It is based on the novel telling the life of Jesus Christ. The process of fighting to save the human especially resisting temptation on the cross.
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Scene-Stealers.com
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April 10, 2012

All the characters in the film speak as people in today's modern society speak, and I would argue that's one of the things that make The Last Temptation of Christ so approachable.
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Common Sense Media
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September 16, 2014

Controversial epic with brutality, sex. Mature teens only.
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Chicago Reader
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March 19, 2008

Concentrating on the humanity and fallibility of Jesus in continual conflict with his divinity, the film falters as a contemporary statement mainly in its primitive view of women.
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Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
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April 25, 2011

Quietly radical and deeply inspiring . . . thanks to a fervid commitment by Willem Dafoe as Jesus, a swirling, cross-cultural score from Peter Gabriel and some thrilling interpretations of the Bible. The ending is a rare moment of transcendence on film.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

A sincere, typically ambitious and imaginative work from America's most provocatively intelligent film-maker.
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September 11, 2015

...the inherent stodginess of Biblical adaptations (to say nothing of Harvey Keitel's Brooklyn accent) ultimately manages to prevail.
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TIME Magazine
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March 19, 2008

In an age of post-Christian facetiousness, Martin Scorsese's work daringly attempts to restore passion and melodrama to the Gospel story.
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Movie Mezzanine
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April 12, 2014

Dares us to reconcile our spiritual and physical selves.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

What emerges most memorably is its sense of absolute conviction, never more palpable than in the final fantasy sequence that removes Jesus from the cross and creates for him the life of an ordinary man.
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Movie Metropolis
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May 01, 2012

Martin Scorsese's long-ripening adaptation ... provides a much-needed corrective, focusing its attention on a man who is constantly plagued by doubts.
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Variety
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March 19, 2008

A film of challenging ideas, and not salacious provocations.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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January 01, 2000

Among those who do not already have rigid views on the subject, this film is likely to inspire more serious thought on the nature of Jesus than any other ever made.
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