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Carol Reed (The Third Man) directed this 1965 portrait of the relationship between Michelangelo (Charlton Heston) and Pope Julius II (Rex Harrison), who commissioned the artist to paint the Sistine Chapel ceiling. Based on a novel by Irving Stone, the script plods along, juggling the dynamics between the two men along with a somewhat perfunctory love story and distracting battle sequences. Reed seems more attuned to the nuances and great pains of the artistic process, as seen in sequences of Michelangelo working. But the overall focus of the film is unfortunately fuzzy. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A brilliant movie classic that any decent person can appreciate. I highly recommend it for families.Published 3 months ago by Darryl Mason
One of those mammoth movies produced in the period when Giant Actors roamed the Earth. One cannot rekindle that spirit and that creativity in our modern times. Read morePublished 16 months ago by michel laverdiere
Excellent film qui retrace l'histoire de Michelange, ses créations monumentales, le David et les peintures
de la Chapelle Sixtine de Rome qui sont absolument... Read more
My wife and I spent 3 months in Italy a few years ago and plan on spending 3 months in Florence this winter so we really enjoyed the movie having read the book(which is much better... Read morePublished on June 1 2013 by Amazon Customer
the painstaking recreation of the sistine chaple was a feat within itself and is wonderfully executed. Read morePublished on Nov. 10 2003