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(657) 6.5 31 min 2019

Jesus Is King is a short starring Kanye West, Kim Kardashian West, and Ray Romulus. A choir and Kanye West perform in the Roden Crater located in Arizona's Painted Desert.

Starring
Ray Romulus, Donald Paige, Kim Kardashian West, Kanye West
Genres
Music, Short, Documentary
Director
Nick Knight

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Music, Short, Documentary
Director Nick Knight
Stars Ray Romulus, Donald Paige, Kim Kardashian West, Kanye West
Country USA
Also Known As Jesus is King: Kanye West, ジーザス・イズ・キング, Kanye West: Jesus Is King, Jesus is King
Runtime 31M
Description A choir and Kanye West perform in the Roden Crater located in Arizona's Painted Desert.

Top reviews

Monday, 29 Jun 2020 10:01

I am sorry to say this, but the music I enjoy is not the music of the movie. As far as I am concerned, the soundtrack of "Ghost" was actually better than the movie itself. I remember being so blown away by the soundtrack that I thought it would be interesting to hear some of the other tracks that were used in the movie, especially the rock songs. I wasn't disappointed. The film is full of hip-hop, punk, and rock, and the great music helps the film stand out from other films about the AIDS crisis. The only problem I had with the soundtrack was the cheesy synth-pop music. It was not in the same league as the other music. If I was to pick one thing that really bothered me about this movie, it would have to be the movie's "Death" scenes. It is impossible to tell if they are real, or if they are staged. I don't know if the director wanted to show the audience that people can die, or if he just wanted to play it as an "artsy" move, but it just seemed so fake to me. I didn't like the fact that there was a quick cutaway at the end of the scene where the narrator (played by Morgan Freeman) is talking about "his" death, and that the ending was almost certainly faked. I think the director wanted to do something to give the film a "new meaning" at the end of the movie, but it just seemed to me like it was just another one of those Hollywood techniques that was used to sell the movie. It was obvious that this was not an actual death scene, so why didn't they just say "his" death was staged? I also don't like how the director made the viewer believe that his friend "saved him" from being "a human being" in a "torture chamber". I think the movie should have ended with the fact that "he" is not a "human being", but a "human being". I didn't find that interesting. I think this film could have been better if they had tried to show the "truth" about the "death scene", instead of trying to portray the film in an artistic way. However, it was a good movie and I recommend it to everyone who enjoys music.


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