The Rapture has come and gone, in its wake is a famished wasteland filled with desperate looters, marauders and scavengers. In this third installment of The Revelation Road Saga, Josh McManus finds himself in a dangerous border-town at the edge of the wild-lands. The beleaguered Mayor sends Josh on a vital mission to find the mysterious and elusive "Shepherd". Is the Shepherd a prophet or a pariah? A true man of God or a cult leader? With the aid of a beautiful survivor, Josh will discover the truth in an action-packed adventure that puts his skills and his faith to the test.
Writer:Gabriel Sabloff, Sean Paul Murphy, Gabriel Sabloff (story), Sean Paul Murphy (story), Jeffrey Peterson (story), David A.R. White (story)
The Rapture has come and gone. In it's wake, a wasteland filled with desperate bandits. Josh McManus, a drifter with a knack for fighting, must find the mysterious "Shepherd" - a dangerous mission that will put his faith to the test. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Micky L (gb) wrote: Despite being a rip off of Indiana Jones, Pirates 4 is a, ... "Decent" sequel.
David T (ag) wrote: Interesting concept with exceptional performances but just ended up being too TV movie to me.
Jamie S (it) wrote: More like a soft porn! I'll never be able to watch rugrats again thanks 2 Elizabeth Daily! Shame on you! such a pointless film
Sui G (kr) wrote: I LOVE DRUMLINE! I LOVE DRUMS! THIS MOVIE (because of the drums) was freaking amazing.
Shauna P (br) wrote: I love Stephen Baldwin.
Theresa J (kr) wrote: Could have been funnier.
Esteve B (mx) wrote: A great movie. This make my cry a lot.
Aja L (kr) wrote: Pretty cliche and a rehashed script, Soccer Dog: The Movie may be appealing to young children, but weak and tiring by the rest.
Daniel V (es) wrote: For some reason I've always liked Blood In Blood Out which was loosely based on the true story this was based. Both are the story of how the most powerful prison gang took power. The Mexican Mafia organized prison and street crime the way the Sicilian Mafia organized crime in America. Edward James Olmos directs and stars as one of the most influential members of La Eme. This one always felt incomplete, like they skipped over some stuff. Then again, that's what books are for. The movie EJO into some hot water with La Eme particularly with La Eme's use of homosexual rape as to torture an enemy, which is considered extremely dishonorable. Also, they took exception with protagonist's ultimate fate. I'll save saying for those who haven't seen it, because you damn well should.
Michael H (br) wrote: Cons on the run after a prison break; joined together by the promise of buried treasure. After the rush of a (rather unclear) breakout, the movie takes its time letting us watch the jockeying for advantage and how the convicts relate to each other and to the world they're traveling through, but aren't really a part of; they might as easily be soldiers negotiating enemy territory). Stories within the story are given time to play out in a very satisfying way; at least 'til near the end when things are a bit more rushed and a bit less rich and satisfying.
Eric B (kr) wrote: Robin Williams incredible energy and personality make this movie worth watching.
Paul D (nl) wrote: I found this to be enjoyable, but it also seemed overly long winded at times. The performances are really good, although I don't think that Mark Rylance should have beaten Stallone for the Best Supporting Actor Oscar. It is dry material, but there is a decent story in there somewhere.