God's Army IV: Die Offenbarung (Video 2005)

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God’s Army IV: Die Offenbarung: Directed by Joel Soisson. With John Light, Sean Pertwee, Dan Chiriac, Boris Petroff. A young theology student comes into possession of an ancient book of prophecies that stands at the center of a bloody battle on Earth between good angels and evil angels.

“A series of grisly ritualistic murders transpires in Bucharest, Romania. Gruff cop, Dani Simionescu (Sean Pertwee from u0026quot;Dog Soldiersu0026quot; and u0026quot;Equilibriumu0026quot; ) teams up with Interpol agent, John Riegert (John Light) to track the killer down. Meanwhile, Allison (new B-movie mainstay, Kari Wuhrer) is a church worker, who, after her priest drops dead, gets to be in possession of an ancient manuscript called the Lexicon, that is still being written by an unseen hand and holds the key to turning the tides in the war against Godu0026#39;s army and the army of Satan depending on who gets to it first. Now she is being pursued by both in this movie that has tenuous links to the previous three films at best. Entering this film I was very skeptical about a Prophecy film with no Christopher Walken in sight and to it this film set on the shelf for some time before getting a release and my expectations were low to non-existent. I was surprised then that the film was better than the atrocious part 2. Sean Pertwee in no small part, helped with the enjoyment of the film with his excellent acting, even if the story itself is lacking. The metaphysical pseudo-religious mumbo-jumbo does tend to try oneu0026#39;s patience before the film is over, and the lack of any real ending still makes this one pretty bad, itu0026#39;s just better than I had expected.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMy Grade: D+”


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