The Prophecy: Uprising

The Prophecy: Uprising

There exists an ancient manuscript still writing itself called the Lexicon. It supposedly tells of the coming of the Anti-Christ, and happens to fall into the hands of an unsuspecting woman (Kari Wuhrer). Now, she is being pursued by angels intent on obtaining the information from the book

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The Prophecy: Uprising torrent reviews

Travis K (nl) wrote: Worst movie of all time

Matt B (jp) wrote: Year One is unbearable. It's so unfunny and stupid that watching it is truly painful. Michael Cera yet again plays his usual awkward, dorky self. It's beyond annoying.

James H (mx) wrote: This was an unexpected treat - quite a decent horror flick. It wisely does not take itself too seriously. The performances are good and it is a well structured story, effective setting and fine atmosphere.

Eric N (de) wrote: Best racing movie I've ever seen. Dana Brown captured some special moments that will entertain anyone race fan or not. Can't wait to see the new movie he just finished making about his dad Bruce.

Daniel G (ag) wrote: The social drives and dyamics are so well narrated and presented i thought(at the time) of justin lin as some kind of nu-gen robert altman

Ithak N (gb) wrote: Very funny comedy crime caper with a great cast of oddball characters. Recommended to anyone would likes a good laugh!

MF J (gb) wrote: It's a weird concept of a film,a man who lost touch with his folks & reality decides to rent the house he used to live in as a kid and engage the people living in now to be his Christmas family. It's weird but somehow it's entertaining, some jokes are good but Affleck is as wooden as ever...too bad it could have been a better film.

Matthew H (ru) wrote: Conspiracy Theory isn't bad when it comes to most of the details, it's when we see the big picture that it becomes sloppy looking and barely pasted together. Roberts and Gibson have less-than-believable chemistry with an even less believable love story. The movie makes it look like Mel Gibson isn't even acting, the actor is just going through everyday life as a crazy, psycho conspiracy theorist.

kevin B (de) wrote: Use to watch thiz.when I was a kid very funny underated

Jennifer B (nl) wrote: Based on a true story

Paul A (ru) wrote: suprisingly this was a very good movie, enjoyed it , is the oldest movie i've probly ever seen too

David L (au) wrote: It has some unfortunate detours with less interesting characters in the middle, but Way Down East is a melodrama done right with strong direction, lush scenery, some hard-hitting and very emotional scenes, engaging pacing, wonderfully amiable main character magnificently portrayed by Lillian Gish, a resonant theme reminiscent to another masterpiece 'A Letter from an Unkown Woman' and a great build-up which leads to a perfectly executed, climactic, entirely satisfying and simply astounding finale. This is an unfortunately overlooked 1920s gem and probably Griffith's most underrated film.


Zachary L (jp) wrote: You are about to enter the world of the exceptionally average, underwhelming horror film.

Grayson D (ca) wrote: Murphy has been in a lot of very bad films and this is down there with the worst them.

John O (es) wrote: VERY big step up from The Living Daylights. Great villain, great action and Timothy Dalton does an outstanding job as Bond here. We've come back to the times of the Connery era!

Shayna E (jp) wrote: I remember this one. Stupidly funny..