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A.D. The Bible Continues - Season 1

Follows the book of ACTS. Shows the complete message of Christ and the transformation of Saul to Paul and how the high priest of Judea does not believe in what has taken place after the Crucifixion of Christ.
Duration: 44 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2015
IMDb: 7.5
Keywords:  #A.D. The Bible Continues - Season 1 #Adam Levy #Ciaran Donnelly #Joanne Whalley #Richard Coyle #Rob Evans #Tony Mitchell #Vincent Regan
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Los Angeles Times
April 06, 2015
With its political maneuvering and gritty feel, there's more influence of Game of Thrones than Cecil B. DeMille here.
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April 04, 2015
It's an old narrative that hasn't been modernized as much as it has been repackaged in a snappy manner. It mostly works.
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April 03, 2015
The pace helpfully quickens over the first two episodes, charting the resistance to the Roman occupiers and appearances by Jesus (Juan Pablo Di Pace) to his understandably shocked disciples.
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Media Life
March 30, 2015
The padding can only get worse as the miniseries goes on.
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Common Sense Media
April 06, 2015
The series gets points for sticking closely to its source material and promoting positive messages that, while steeped in Christian tradition, have widespread appeal -- among them faith, hope, love, and loyalty.
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USA Today
April 03, 2015
Anyone who loved The Bible and yearned for a sequel is likely to find A.D. satisfying.
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TV Insider
April 07, 2015
Handsomely produced (on what appears to be a considerably larger budget than The Bible), diversely cast-with nary a "name" actor in sight-and fresh in its approach to the texts, A.D. deserves more than most of its ilk to be called inspired.
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AV Club
April 06, 2015
A.D. does not stick with one style which hurts the overall flow of the show. Any realism is betrayed by the cheesy effects and poor direction.
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Hollywood Reporter
April 03, 2015
When you take on a familiar story like the Bible, you need to offer a reason for people to watch. A.D. doesn't do that.
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We Got This Covered
April 04, 2015
Although it's not so awful as to inspire wrath, A.D. The Bible Continues is one of those rare occasions in which I can't articulate a single logical reason why anyone, devout or not, should tune in to watch.
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Entertainment Weekly
April 03, 2015
The production is chintzy, the acting is too broad or too earnest. The writing dotes on emotions and lacks sophistication. Superficial characterizations abound.
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Uncle Barky
April 02, 2015
A.D. for the most part has a fairly solid script, although Pilate tends to go 20th century at times.
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IMDb: 7
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