David and Goliath :- Watch David and Goliath on Youtube on Fire,Philistine army had gathered for war against Israel. The two armies faced each other, camped for battle on opposite sides of a steep valley. A Philistine giant measuring over nine feet tall and wearing full armor came out each day for forty days, mocking and challenging the Israelites to fight. His name was Goliath. Saul, the King of Israel, and the whole army were terrified of GoliathDavid, the youngest son of Jesse, was sent to the battle lines by his father to bring back news of his brothers. David was probably just a young teenager at the time. While there, David heard Goliath shouting his daily defiance and he saw the great fear stirred within the men of Israel. David responded, “Who is this uncircumcised Philistine that he should defy the armies of God?”So David volunteered to fight Goliath. It took some persuasion, but King Saul finally agreed to let David fight against the giant. Dressed in his simple tunic, carrying his shepherd’s staff, sling and a pouch full of stones, David approached Goliath. The giant cursed at him, hurling threats and insults…..So now you know the backdrop of the BIble story.Although it’s dense in character and plot (very dense – so if you’re not into dialouge and cerebral Biblical telling, go watch Fast and the Furious), David and Goliath flashes more on the surface than it has to offer beneath. Kinetic energy in the editing brings an instant gratification, especially in the edge of your seat sequences. There are liberties with the tone for such a somber event and protagonist that most likely doesn’t reflect the honest emotions involved, but obviously it’s easier to digest for audience. I was unsure at first, but then it had me under its spell. The film is poignant, but not quite as powerful as I wanted it. It almost made me run and give it a 10, but then I realized no wish they could have prolonged the ending.
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Action, Adventure, Drama
Release: 13 March 2015 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 5.1/10
Director: Timothy A. Chey
Stars: Miles Sloman, Jerry Sokolosky, Paul Hughes