Are you looking for inspiring movies that will help you grow in your understanding of God, the Bible and Jesus’ death and resurrection? If so, then look no further.
The following list of the best Christian Easter movies and TV shows will leave you educated and inspired. As we journey toward Easter, learn some of the lessons and evidences that surround Christ’s death, resurrection — and eternal impact.
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Easter Movies: The History
The Passion of the Christ
RATED R **NOT MODIFIED For Family Viewing** - NOT FOR CHILDREN UNDER 17. A realistic depiction of the final 12 hours of Jesus Christ's sacrificial crucifixion in Jerusalem.
RISEN is the epic Biblical story of the Resurrection, as told through the eyes of a non-believer.
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The Penitent Thief
MODIFIED FOR FAMILY VIEWING - The story of the two unnamed men who were crucified alongside Jesus and how they came to be beside him on the cross that fateful day.
A.D. The Bible Continues
Shows the complete message of Christ and the transformation of Saul to Paul and how the high priest of Judea does not believe in what has taken place after the Crucifixion of Christ. Parental Warning: Intense Scenes.
Come Follow Me
Walk with along during Peter's rocky journey, from the day he heard Jesus call his name to the post-resurrection conversation in which Jesus charges Peter to feed His sheep.
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He knows My Name
Rebekah is fascinated by the man her neighbors call Jesus and she wants to hear all He has to say. But her mother wants her to keep her distance. But Rebekah is persistent, and one day she brings Jesus home to meet her family—a simple act that will forever change their lives.
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Gospels: Open the Bible
Dramatic readings and reenactments combine with cogent analysis to bring the gospels to life for today's world.
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Behold the Man
Three scholars help prove that the extraordinary claims made by and about Jesus warrant serious consideration today. This is a wonderful title to stream during the Easter season.
Three Days That Changed The World
Though he went to church as a child, Rob, a busy designer, has gotten away from his spiritual roots. For him Easter has been just another Sunday to unwind from a busy week. But now that he is a parent, he begins to rethink church’s importance in his family’s life. Viewers travel back with Rob to the first Easter to learn its importance.
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Easter Kid Movies on Pure Flix
The Messiah: A Brickfilm
The Messiah powerfully portrays the final hours of Jesus’ life through the eyes of LEGO® characters, from the moving display of His heart at the Last Supper to the redeeming hope of His resurrection.
The Passion: A Brickfilm
The Passion: A Brickfilm accurately portrays the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection through the eyes of LEGO® characters.
The Lion of Judah
Follow the Lamb who saved the world in this wonderful story, seen through the eyes of farm animals. “The Lion of Judah” is an Easter movie that explores the Easter story in a truly innovative way.
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Watch these two classics from your favorite VeggieTales Characters: “An Easter Carol” and “T’was The Night Before Easter.” In “An Easter Carol,” Ebenezer Nezzer is out of control! Filling London with plastic Easter eggs, he's on a rampage to make Easter "bigger than ever!" In “T’was The Night Before Easter,” join the gang in Crisper County when cable news reporter Marlee Meade is hunting for a way to help others.
A lesson about forgiveness, a young man learns to trust in Jesus and witnesses the fulfillment of the greatest promise of all in the resurrection.
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Become a Pure Flix member today and spend this Easter streaming the most comprehensive collection of Easter movies – films for the whole family like “The Messiah: A Brickfilm,” “The Chosen” and “A.D. The Bible Continues.” You’ll also find varying perspectives on the crucifixion of Jesus with movies like "Risen” and “The Penitent Thief.”