You’ve never seen anything like this before. Wolves, Magical Powers, Las Vegas, and that’s just the first 30 minutes.
Described on IMDB as “A modern-day parable of Jesus. What would He encounter in today’s world, and how would we react to Him?”, which I suppose you could argue is a good idea, except for the fact that the general idea is about the only interesting thing in this movie.
Everything in this film is lacking; the acting, the effects, the writing, even the overall storyline. (Apparently it was pitched as a TV Show, but when they decided to make a movie they just kind of mashed everything together the best they could)
Unsurprisingly, Miracle Man was a box office flop, so the movie was posted in it’s entirety to YouTube, where it also received the blessing of a comments section, especially after people started watching and seeing scenes like this (yes, this is real):
My favorite thing about this movie is everything is just a little “off” from scripture, as if they were trying to be smart, but ended up with the subtlety of a jackhammer. The main character representing Jesus is named (You guessed it) J.C., and there is a scene where he raises “Lazarie” from the dead.
This film has the unenviable gift of being able to click to any point of the movie and no matter where you are, you’ll hit a cringe-worthy moment. Go ahead and try (I’ve attached the entire movie below). In case you want to start your fun with some of the more classic moments in this movie, here’s where you can start your adventure:
2:30: J.C. uses his magic freezing powers to stop two criminals.
21:33: J.C. faces the “Temptation in the Desert” (Except its on the roof of a Vegas hotel)
29:15: J.C. saves a wedding that accidentally locked the wine in a closet.
1:17:28: J.C. raises “Lazarie” from the dead.
Personally, I just want to hear what amazing moments you find while clicking through this gem. God speed.
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