The Prophecy 3: The Ascent

The Prophecy 3: The Ascent

The conclusion to The Prophecy Trilogy. Once again, Christopher Walken returns as the Arch-Angel Gabriel. As the War in Heaven and on Earth rages on, Pyriel, the Angel of Genocide, rises to power, intending to destroy all of mankind. The only one who stands in his way is Danyael, who was born of an Angel and a woman.

As the War in Heaven and on Earth rages on, Pyriel, the Angel of Genocide, rises to power, intending to destroy all of mankind. The only one who can prevent him is Danyael, a half human and half angel, and both Gabriel and Zouhael want his help. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Augusto N (kr) wrote: Me pergunto se teria feito diferente.

Bengel W (br) wrote: A documentary that proves that the United States of America is not a free society and that it continues to bully, its own people and the rest of the world. With the antagonism of Hitler and the power house of Communism, America marketing money is available to Darwinians to push there own self centered view. Honest questions deserve honest open answers. Nibbles: Crme Anglaise.

Wayne S (au) wrote: "Necrosis (Blood Snow)" is a pretty lame horror movie, but as a thriller it's slightly more effective. Six friends go for a weekend of fun on a snowy mountain... the very mountain in the Sierra Nevada where the Donner Party slowly froze to death and cannibalized each other back in the 1800's. An isolated lodge, a generator that's "on the fritz," and an unexpected snowstorm combine to put these six in a severe hurt, just as one of the group begins to hallucinate ghosts of the Donner Party who materialize to give him dire warnings of impending doom. Is what he sees real? Hard to say since he's a schizophrenic whose drugs don't seem to be working. Slowly we begin to suspect he may be the real threat, rather than the spectral "zombie" cannibals that occasionally wander across the screen. An ambitious indie horror flick that can't quite live up to it's ambitions, "Necrosis" ultimately fails to create real scares, but a growing sense of isolation and dread is more believably portrayed. The writers tried to make the characters real, and more than just stereotypical victims, but all the talk just slows things down and dissipates the suspense. A couple of the actors (George Stults from "7th Heaven" and James Kyson Lee from "Heroes") are effective, but they are not matched by the rest of the cast, and the dialog while trying to rise above the lame banter of the typical low-budget horror flick, most often just falls flat. Back stories aren't filled out, so why bother introducing them? There are things to like here: the snowbound lodge is a great location, the make-up is pretty effective for the obviously low budget, the filmmakers take themselves seriously, and as I said, a couple of the performances are OK. But I won't pretend this is a movie to recommend, unless your expectations are low and you're looking for a couple of hours distraction.

Iven S (mx) wrote: Why did I grab this movie from the dvd store???.... Why??.. I guess I was on a mad roll of great movies that I felt that I needed to callibrate my taste... You know get to the bottom again to understand the top. I like Sandra Bullock and I guess I was in the mood for a no brainer movie that I could get a few chuckles out of and then completely forget. Well I should have specified how many chuckles because the amount of stars I gave this movie is exactly how many it got out of me. Look I could actually review this movie but that would give it more attention that the writers of this movie gave it... so I'm just going to slowly move away from the keyboard and hope that I can forget this disaster... but not entirely so I don't accidently hire it again.

Robyn M (kr) wrote: Eye opener... who really controls the world or your basic decisions?

Orlok W (it) wrote: Not the gang's best, but good--Safari Madness!!

Carys C (mx) wrote: I haven't watched it yet but I really want ti

MarcAndr B (kr) wrote: Concept int (C)ressant, mais une fin abrupte et d (C)cevante.