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Nostradamus (I) (2000)

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A policeman must stop a medieval cult, who plan to bring about armageddon by summoning the spirit of Nostradamus.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Nostrand
Lucy Hudson
Agent Wilcox (as David Milbern)
Astrologer La Font
Bill MacNulty (as Eugene Davis)
Joe Pilton (as Dave Brown)
John Doe
Disciple Madoc
Apprentice Mercurin
Peter Jordan ...
Red Mabus
Paul Jordan ...
White Mabus
Male Mabus
Lora Schroeder ...
Female Mabus
David Adamson ...
Agent Curtis


Rob Estes plays a homicide detective investigating a series of strange multiple murders, assisted by an oddball FBI agent, played by Joely Fisher, who is also clairvoyant. The apparent perpetrator is a time travelling assassin, come all the way from the 15th century seeking to bring about Armageddon. Written by A.Sankar <>

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Unbelievable Sci-Fi Thriller
20 November 2002 | by (Missouri) – See all my reviews

The plot is uneven and it's extremely hard to suspend your disbelief while viewing this film. It is basically a time travel plot and is really laughable. The physics of what is done in this movie are so far fetched, many physical paradoxes which the film makers obviously didn't care to think of. This film's story pretends to be realistic film and that is where it fails. If it had tried to be a fantasy film , and if the script was written by someone halfway knowledgeable in time travel theories and paradoxes, it just may have been much better.

As for a modern day cop somehow being thrown back in time to become Nostradamus...yeah right! First of all, i think anyone with common knowledge of history would know that Nostradamus obviously had a childhood and grew up in real times. He didn't just appear in France one day in his thirties and learn to speak French, become a doctor, a scribe, an astrologer, etc...

I seriously doubt many people who have seen their majority of time travel (and related) movies would think this was even remotely worthwhile to view.

As for the ending...i actually laughed it was so pathetic. It made no sense, the Amish hair style and fake beard they put on Rob Estes was just plain S-T-U-P-I-D!!! I was overjoyed when the movie was finally over, i'm just sorry i wasted 80+ minutes of my time watching it!

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