Sunday, December 13th, 2009

A newish Christmas Eve tradition

We went to see The Nativity Story in 2006 when it was released in theaters. Since then, it has become a new tradition at our house to watch it together on Christmas Eve.

I agree with Justin Taylor’s appreciation of the film:

I thought it was an excellent film-great production values and excellent acting. The reconstructions of the architecture, clothing, and landscape seemed especially well-researched. Of course a movie like this has to take some imaginative liberties, but on the whole it was pretty restrained. I’m not sure I’ve seen a better job of portraying Joseph, an oft-neglected character in nativity plays and movies.

Christianbook.com is offering the video for only $4.99 for a limited time.

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4 Responses to “A newish Christmas Eve tradition”

  1. We love this movie!! My husband's mom bought it for us! Jon kept saying how close to scripture they kept the story line!!!

  2. It is a tradition for us as well, however I took it to my mom's house last year and left it in California: 600+ miles away. :( Maybe we can rent it or something.

  3. His Servant, $4.99 is almost as cheap –I mean inexpensive–as renting. Then you'd have it and the CA one could be an extra Christmas gift to your mom.

  4. I haven't seen it yet…I'm going to have to rent it. Very neat…thank you for sharing!!

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