Excerpt: Son of God is respectful towards the subject, sometimes moving with mostly solid pacing until it slows down when we get closer to the Betrayal and Agony and which while never fully recovering manages to mostly right itself.
Excerpt: …a sluggish and tedious soul-searching saga. As a faith-healing and feel-good big screen offering, Son of God deserved much better polish and prose at the center of its pronounced pulpit.
Jerry Roberts @ Armchair Cinema
Excerpt: Jesus does what is familiar to us, he heals the sick, raises the dead, feeds the multitudes, walks on water, gives inspiring sermons and gets under the skin of the Romans until they crucify him. What’s missing are the spaces in between.
Frank Swietek @ One Guys Opinion
Excerpt: Will probably be embraced by committed Christians for its obvious sincerity and fidelity to the gospels…despite its many cinematic flaws.