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Ben-Hur – 2016 – Movie – Action|Adventure|Drama – 1080p Bluray

Judah Ben-Hur, a prince falsely accused of treason by his adopted brother, an officer in the Roman army, returns to his homeland after years at sea to seek revenge, but finds redemption.



Ratings: 5.7/10 from 12054 IMDb users


Phim Ben-Hur là tác phẩm sử thi xoay quanh câu chuyện về cuộc đời của Judah Ben-Hur (do Jack Huston thủ vai) – một hoàng tử đã bị cáo buộc tội mưu phản bởi chính người bạn, người anh em thân thiết của mình là Messala (do Toby Kebbell thủ vai) – người mà giờ đây đã được La Mã cử tới để thống lĩnh lực lượng binh lính đang đồn trú ở Jerusalem.

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Three Things You Don't Know About the 1959 Film Ben-Hur

Ramon Arias, Birmingham, Alabama business owner, is responsible for a thriving restaurant franchise under the Bravo Corporation. When he is not tending to his many restaurants, Ramon Arias enjoys watching historical films in his Birmingham, Alabama home. 176 more words

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Ben -Hur 2016

For many fans of bad movies, an initial taste was found watching the thud-and-blunder epics of the 1950’s and sixties. The 1959 version of Ben-Hur was a perfect example; it may be a spin-off from The Bible in the form of Lew Wallace’s source material, but it’s pure Hollywood all the way. 155 more words


Pelsor Adventures

November 5th, 2016

It’s been awhile since I’ve been able to hike and take in the fresh Arkansas Ozark air.  This time I left the Pops at home and took an old friend of mine from high school to some of the neat, easy to access parts of my favorite area in the state – Pelsor.   512 more words


Hail, Caesar! (2016)

2016.87: Hail, Caesar! (Amazon VOD)

Hail, Caesar! is the Coen Brother’s rather affectionate ode to the Golden Age of Hollywood. There’s little mystery to why the critics lapped this up- for anyone who loves those 1950s Hollywood classics that many of us grew up with on television, whether it be the biblical epics, innocent Westerns or musical extravaganzas, this seems like a love-letter to a lost age when the old Studio system yet reigned. 618 more words