The Prodigal Planet
Final and least well-known installment in the Mark IV series of fundamentalist apocalypse films. About to executed by the forces of the Antichrist, fundamentalist Christian guerrilla David is rescued by Connie, an Antichrist agent pretending to be a double agent for the Believers' Underground. Connie hopes to trick David into leading her to the dissidents' hidden base. Meanwhile, Armageddon and the Second Coming draw nigh.
- Stars:William Wellman Jr., Lynda Beatie, Terri Lynn Hall, Thom Rachford, Robert Chestnut, Cathy Wellman, Russell S. Doughten Jr., Herb Brown, Herb Brown Jr., Ray Baxter, Jay Harwood, Joanna Holt, John Garfield, Jim Shelby, Rick Town,
- Director:Donald W. Thompson,
- Writer:Russell S. Doughten Jr. (screenplay), Russell S. Doughten Jr. (story), Donald W. Thompson (screenplay), Donald W. Thompson (story), William Wellman Jr
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The Prodigal Planet torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: "Doubt", written and directed by John Patrick Shanley, is a fantastic film. However, few things keep this movie from greatness. First off, I would like to point out that the screenplay, adapted from the Broadway play, is fantastic. Although I believe some moral issues of the movie could have been more abundant, it was well written and left a big impact. However, Shanley's directorial efforts leave much to be desired. Although Shanley is able to get the best of his all-star cast anchored by a fantastic performance by Meryl Streep, he has difficulties with pacing. The main problem this film faces is the pacing and It takes your interest for granted. For about the first thirty minutes of the film, nothing of interest, or necessity happens. This caused me to withdraw from the film early on. Finally, and I can't believe I'm saying this, but I thought the cinematography by Roger Deakins really distracts from the film, and that is difficult for me to say considering that roger Deakins is my favorite cinematographer. Mainly the diagonal camera shots add nothing to the film while distracting me from the actual content.In conclusion, doubt has a really great screenplay that never reached its full potential due to below-average directing. However, what won't be forgotten about this film is the four main performances. And for that reason alone, you should check this movie out! 3.5 stars
(jp) wrote: Excellent movie. Especially to those who have been, or are close to being homeless. Those who have nothing good to say about it are probably very warm in their nice house with a big belly and a big bank account. This movie hits home in many ways. Including the arrogance of those with money, how screwed the system is and how our veterans are dumped on.This film needs to be finished though. It seriously needs a sequel. Tax the rich .....help the homeless. Even $1 can go a long way when you are on the street.
(gb) wrote: best f-ing movie and if u dont like it stop hating and jus shut up!!
(ca) wrote: don't believe the hype.
(gb) wrote: cool movie with many turns, and an apocalyptic domino effect shaking the whole foundation of the english politics- couldnt believe it could be true- but had difficulty with the british tone!!!
(kr) wrote: Release date is 2004, I believe, definitely not 1994.
(us) wrote: Some really awesome performances by some of the "forgotten" hip hop artists such as The Fat Boys and early showcasing of LL Cool J. Plus, it's Blair Underwood as a thinly veiled Russell Simmons... how could you not love that?!
(jp) wrote: The first story is not bad, the second is pretty good while the third (the best of all) is a nightmarish ride.
(mx) wrote: Minor bit of fluff beneath William Powell's talents.
(kr) wrote: Good early film noir - and Rutherford's last flick before marrying out of the movies.
(ru) wrote: One of my favorite movies. This movie has a great cast, who play their roles magnificently. Every character is well developed and relatable. The soundtrack is great, and the concept is clever. It makes you laugh at the dark side of life. I have never been more disappointed in Rotten Tomatoes.
(gb) wrote: Relentlessly dull. It's most impressive feat is making vampires vs. werewolves not awesome.