JOSEPH & MARY REVIEWED

“Joseph & Mary” follows a Rabbi on his quest for vengeance against King Herod. Herod has slaughtered two boys under the Rabbi’s protection and now it’s time for Jew vengeance. Kevin Sorbo and his movie wife show up with Jesus to calm the Rabbi down. The Rabbi’s rightful anger is placed against the emerging tenets of Christianity. That’s right, a small child and his parents tell a Rabbi to let go of his anger based on material that hasn’t been written down. It’s the most bizarre prequel I’ve ever seen, but I love me a good nonsensical faith-based film.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Nothing

A/V STATS

  • 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby Digital 5.1

RELEASE DATE: 7/5/16

  • 85%
    Video - 85%
  • 83%
    Audio - 83%
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    Supplemental Material - 0%
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The Plot Thus Far

JOSEPH AND MARY is a biblical drama that follows Elijah, a devout Rabbi, during a time of unrest when King Herod the Great’s slaughter of innocents claims the lives of two boys Elijah had sworn to protect. Elijah makes it his life’s mission to avenge their deaths, but when he meets a Joseph, Mary and their young son Jesus, the beliefs fueling his revenge are put into question. When the time comes to face his life-long enemy, Elijah finds himself warring within whether or not to kill or choose forgiveness.

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