At the crossroads of two great ancient empires, a simple shepherd named David transforms into a powerful warrior and takes on a terrifying giant. One of history's most legendary battles is ... See full summary »
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Young David, a.k.a. Shepherd Boy, has more faith in God than anyone else among his people. If no one in Saul's army will take on Goliath - the champion man-slayer among Leader Jaggar's Philistines - he will. David's soldier brothers, Eliab and Abinadab, have no encouragement for their underage sibling's foolhardy venture and do all they can to crush it; but, with no one else showing a gram of moxie to stand against the taunting giant, Saul finally permits the confrontation and prepares for the young lad's certain death - a determined boy who stubbornly approaches the giant without sword, spear or protective leather vest.Written by
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Tim Chey's "David and Goliath" fails on every level. I can't remember when I last saw so many terrible acting performances in one movie. There are some exceptions, such as the lead actor playing David, but many actors are terrible and the villains are also ridiculous stereotypes. The script is repetitive and the dialogue and acting is laughable. And to make it even more silly, there's one or two sequences involving Goliath shouting insults that's reused over and over throughout the movie.
David & Goliath offers some unintentionally funny scenes but other than that, there's no reason to watch it. It was more interesting watching with the director's commentary, although he repeated himself a lot.
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