Megiddo is a supernatural ride into a world teetering on the edge of the Apocalypse. It follows the rise of a Machiavellian leader bent on amassing the armies of the world for the battle of... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Megiddo: The Omega Code 2
Stone (the Antichrist) becomes President of the European Union and uses his seat of power to dissolve the United Nations and create a one world government called the World Union.
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Michael C (ag) wrote: It takes 90 minutes for this movie to give us that old Spike Lee feeling. That feeling of truth unbridled from realism. It's a fantastic cinematic moment highlighting wonderful performances from Clarke Peters and Colman Domingo. But Peters and Domingo are inexplicably not the main characters of Red Hook Summer. The main characters are Flik, a whining kid from Atlanta, and Chazz, a girl from the neighborhood. Maybe their superfluous presence could've been forgiven if they'd been played well, but Lee has chosen some of the worst child actors I've ever seen. These kids are given a lot to say, but at no point could anyone ever believe a word they said. That's the problem with the whole movie. Apart from the moment of brilliance and a few other high-spirited scenes in the chapel, Red Hook Summer is more like a story said than a story told.
Patrick W (es) wrote: This is the direct-to-VOD, poor man's Taken with JCVD in it. Van Damme tries as hard as he can to give a few dimensions and some depth to his character, a veteran mercenary and kidnap rescue expert; but the script really doesn't allow for much time and depth. This one is pretty forgettable even with a few entertaining fight scenes.
Timothy J (ca) wrote: An interesting concept. You would hope that humanity never reaches this point, but it may. Cloning ourselves for spare parts. It had a Logan's Run feel. Scarlett Johansen never looked better.
Hannah Y (de) wrote: this movie is pretty cool...it shows all the intertwining personalities that make up an extremely small town. everyone has hidden motives, and eventually people's true colors will show...thats the way it works. I'm not a fan of one of the twists in the end...but other than that its awesome.
Karen G (us) wrote: An interesting look at the livelihood of community theatre with a charming cast. This is exactly what makes Corbett and Smart such a delight to watch in almost every role they're in.
Timothy S (jp) wrote: The slick but improbably titled thriller "F/X" is like a movie geek's dream come true, a film centered around the industry in which a special effects wizard is the unlikely hero. Some of the plot developments are highly questionable, but the film is unique, old-fashioened and terrifically entertaining with a couple of engaging performances holding it all together. Bryan Brown is charismatic in his first big American movie as the everyman it's easy to root for, and Brian Dennehy steals the show as the surly detective who gets results by stepping just outside the law. It's one of the most memorable performances of his esteemed career. The screenplay is smart and fresh, and it delivers quite a few actual surprises along the way, moments that jar you because you think you know just where this film is headed. I liked the mixture of high-tech special effects and old fashioned police work, and at its core that's what gives the film its particular appeal. The ending is especially satisfying with Brown using his wit to tie up all the loose ends without, for the most part, resorting to violence. It's a nice change of pace, and atypical of movies from this era. The story hooks you from the set-up, and because Brown is so personable you follow it through all of the twists and turns. Despite the rating, the violence is kept to a necessary minimum adding to the film's retro feel. The cutting edge aspect of the film has long since dissipated with age, but "F/X" is still a solid thriller with some solid performances. A good story never goes out of style despite advances in technology, and this film has that in spades.
James H (br) wrote: The most spiritually profound work of film I have ever seen. Cuts to my core and gives me my faith in humanity.
Samuel F (ca) wrote: It is so rare a thing; to see one of those 'bank-robbing' movies and leave so satisfied with every aspect. Owen and Washington were destined to play their respective parts in the film and complement each other well. The plot was both engaging and unpredictable with subsequent plot twists being exciting and the outcome, unexpected. Without a doubt, this relatively unknown film is a 'diamond in the rough' of repetitive 'detective hostage mystery' films that seem to bore audiences to death.