The Book Of Mormon Volume I The Journey

The Book of Mormon Movie is the incredible true story of Nephi and his family as they leave the city of Jerusalem in 600 BC, cross the Arabian desert, build a ship and sail to the “Promised Land” in the Americas. Nephi’s journey is full of danger, mystery, intrigue and romance.

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  1. A Non-LDS take on the Book of Mormon Movie I did like this movie. My purpose in watching it was to get a general outline–or at least a feel–for what the Book of Mormon contains. Additionally, in fairness, the movie should be compared with other movies produced by religious houses, such as Ten Clouds (Left Behind I, II, & III, etc.). In this light, the film fairs well. The acting is reasonably believable, though occasionally modern dialogue slips into this historic drama. The effects, while probably subpar by Hollywood standards, are…

  2. A Good Effort Our family was excited to watch this DVD. We hoped it would be entertaining as well as informative. It was, but in limited ways. The entire movie was like a drawn-out roadshow. The roadshow effect was evident in the costumes, the scenery, and especially the dialogue (with the attempts at humor.) The acting and pace of the story were too slow. The director seemed to be trying too hard to make each scene preponderantly important. However, it was the Book of Mormon story, and it did make one…

  3. A non-Mormon take on the film My wife and I are about as secular-minded and far from Mormon as you can get (we’ve never lived in an area where Mormonism is prevalent or even common), but she’s something of an amateur religion scholar and so we rented this movie out of curiosity. Our expectations were rock-bottom – there’s some pretty bad and amateurish religious cinema out there. We were pleasantly surprised that the film is entirely watchable – not something I would have picked up on my own, but not the kind of thing…

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