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Director:
Writers:
John Patus (screenplay) and
Paul Lalonde (screenplay)
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Release Date:
29 October 2002 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
The Continuing Drama Of Those Left Behind. See more »
Plot:
After the Rapture and the revealing of the identity of the Antichrist, a group of converts form the Tribulation Force, a secret society with the sole purpose of converting non-believers to Christianity. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
2 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Insulting and Unintentionally funny See more (52 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Kirk Cameron ... Buck Williams

Brad Johnson ... Rayford Steele

Clarence Gilyard Jr. ... Pastor Bruce Barnes (as Clarence Gilyard)

Janaya Stephens ... Chloe Steele

Gordon Currie ... Nicolae Carpathia

Chelsea Noble ... Hattie Durham

Krista Bridges ... Ivy Gold
Lubomir Mykytiuk ... Rabbi Tsion Ben Judah
Christopher Bondy ... Steve Plank (as Chris Bondy)
Christie MacFadyen ... Irene Steele

David Macniven ... Chris Smith (as David MacNiven)

Jason Jones ... Young Man in Church
Leslie Carlson ... Witness Eli (as Les Carlson)
Louis Negin ... Witness Moishe

Elias Zarou ... House Speaker
Rudy Webb ... WMF Representative
Howard Jerome ... GNN Security Guard Joe
Lorn Eisen ... Israeli Officer
Jacqueline Leung ... Woman in Church
Cindy Gomez ... Angelic Woman

Brian Kaulback ... Burned Fireman
Adam David ... George
Sandi Ross ... Verna Zee
Eldridge Hyndman ... National Guard Soldier #1
Todd Faithfull ... National Guard Soldier #2
David Ferry ... Commentator
Susanne Sutchy ... Panelist #1

Karen Glave ... Panelist #2
Roger Dunn ... Fire Chief
Nicholas Tabarrok ... Henchman (as Nicholas D. Tabarrok)

Andrew Butcher ... Looter #1
Josh Wittig ... Looter #2 (as Joshua Wittig)
Matt van Hart ... Looter #3
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert McKenna ... Older man in church
Jennifer Abee ... GNN Floor Manager (uncredited)
Todd Bendera ... Young Rabbi (uncredited)
Bob Carlisle ... Panelist #3 (uncredited)
Christine Donato ... Wife / Mother (archive footage) (uncredited)
Gary Dorsch ... Extra (uncredited)
Blair Johannes ... (uncredited)
Russ Lee ... Photographer at UN (uncredited)

Mark Bradley Morrow ... (uncredited)
Dimitri Pavlakos ... (uncredited)
Sherry Pilkins ... Extra (uncredited)
Daniel Pilon ... Jonathan Stonagal (archive footage) (uncredited)
Peter Schindelhauer ... (uncredited)
Susan White ... Extra (uncredited)
Moheb Yousef ... Extra (uncredited)
Vivian Yousef ... Extra (uncredited)

Directed by
Bill Corcoran 
 
Writing credits
John Patus (screenplay) and
Paul Lalonde (screenplay)

Jerry B. Jenkins  novel "Tribulation Force" (uncredited)
Tim LaHaye  novel "Tribulation Force" (uncredited)

Produced by
Ron Booth .... executive producer
Peter Lalonde .... executive producer
Peter Lalonde .... producer
Edwin Ng .... executive producer
Nicholas Tabarrok .... producer (as Nicholas D. Tabarrok)
 
Original Music by
Gary Koftinoff 
 
Cinematography by
Michael Storey 
 
Film Editing by
Michael Doherty 
 
Casting by
Lisa Parasyn 
 
Production Design by
Harold Thrasher 
 
Art Direction by
Dean A. O'Dell 
 
Set Decoration by
Jerri Thrasher 
 
Costume Design by
Sharon McDonell 
 
Makeup Department
Rachel Affolter .... assistant makeup artist
Vann E. Gouweleeuw .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
James Mou .... production manager
André van Heerden .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Laurel Morgan .... fourth assistant director
Michal Page .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Dave Bracken .... construction coordinator
Jason Herriott .... key scenic
Mary O'Dell .... assistant art director
Tim Young .... head carpenter
 
Sound Department
Tom Bjelic .... sound effects editor
John Bracco .... foley engineer
Jennifer Brass .... foley assistant
Alek Bromke .... adr assistant: Toronto actors
Alan deGraaf .... sound re-recording mixer
John Dykstra .... foley engineer
Helen M. Ferreira .... audio scheduler
John Gare .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael Javorik .... ProTools engineer
Cailey Milito .... assistant dialogue editor
Virginia Storey .... foley artist
Brandon Walker .... adr editor
Brandon Walker .... dialogue editor
 
Special Effects by
Mark Ahee .... special effects first assistant
Jon Davis .... special effects technician
John LaForet .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Jamie Hallett .... digital compositor
Noel Hooper .... lead digital compositor
 
Stunts
Andrew Butcher .... stunts
Randy Butcher .... stunt coordinator
Tom Farr .... stunt double: Buck
Jamie Jones .... stunt coordinator
Patrick Mark .... stunt double: Buck
Dwayne McLean .... stunt double: Ben-Judah
Ken Quinn .... stunt coordinator
Josh Wittig .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Courtney Graham .... assistant camera
Graeme Mears .... director of photography: second unit
Glenn Warner .... camera operator
Ken Woroner .... still photographer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
April Poppe .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Chris Mayo .... conforming editor
Arthur Montreuil .... color timer
Gord Ventura .... dailies colorist
 
Music Department
Jamie Hopkings .... orchestrator
Larry Norman .... composer: song "I Wish We'd All Been Ready"
 
Transportation Department
Manon White .... driver
 
Other crew
Anthony Innone .... production assistant
David Steinberg .... legal
Jennifer Stivala-Beckwith .... assistant accountant (as Jennifer Stivala)
Jennifer Stivala-Beckwith .... post-production accountant (as Jennifer Stivala)
Alan Sutton .... fire safety coordinator
Beverly Sutton .... production coordinator
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Left Behind II: Tribulation Force" - USA (original title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for violence
Runtime:
94 min
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1.33 : 1 See more »
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Trivia:
The movie was supposed to be released in theatres on 31 December 2002, but the film was never released (but only in church screens).See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: Carpathia's plane is represented by three different planes (in the hangar, in the air, and landing).See more »
Quotes:
Witness Eli:He who believes in the Son is not condemned, but he who does not believe is condemned already because he has not believed in the Name of the only begotten Son of God.
Rabbi Tsion Ben-Judah:And the Name ... of the Son of God?
Witness Eli and Witness Moishe:He is the Christ, Jesus!
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in The Passion: Films, Faith & Fury (2006) (TV)See more »
Soundtrack:
Freedom SongSee more »

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32 out of 57 people found the following review useful.
Insulting and Unintentionally funny, 23 November 2002
Author: arouet (arouetrevol@yahoo.com) from Los Angeles

This movie fails on a number of levels. As it can be viewed on strictly religious terms or as an action thriller, I will address both.

First, let's just talk about it terms of an thriller film. It fails in this regard because it simply makes no sense. People don't act in any sort of real manner. It's simply not how people would act if this were a real situation of millions of people vanishing. You would think the Bible is some book that was only known to the people who vanished and no one else. Everyone else seems to be completely in the dark and don't even make the connection this might be the "Rapture," yet, millions of Christians vanish overnight as Christians have been saying they will. I don't know about you, but if that happens in real life, me and most of the planet would be rushing to Church the next morning. It seems implausible no one would. Also, everyone goes about their business as if some mugging happened in the neighborhood. The most ridiculous thing is that most people accept the disappearance as some sort of nuclear radiation when that is the most insane excuse that could be even offered. This film is incredibly outdated, a complete fabrication of how and what the U.N. is and how it works. Acting and dialogue are unintentionally hilarious, setting off streams and fits of laughter. In one Church scene, there is a bulletin board and six pictures of people on it with the caption, "OUR MISSING" A Church and there is only six missing people? How funny is that? What was it, The Church of Satan? There's no surprises and no tension, especially among the people who are not saved and whom you know will be calling out for Jesus by the end of the picture. There's a lot of talk about the "Wailing Wall," yet what is supposed to be the wailing wall, I guess, looks nothing like the real "wailing wall," as if producers have no clue about the "wailing wall" or don't think it's important enough to make a reasonable close simulation of it. The whole movie treats it's audience as simple-minded, uneducated couch potatoes.

Seeing this as a religious film, it is incredibly insulting. This lies the main offense. It's not powerful enough to convert anyone and not realistic enough to make anyone want to know more. It's most heinous crime, though, is how it uses the Jews. If the Jews made a big-budget multi-million dollar film and a huge media campaign about how the Pope came to his senses and announces to the world how he has come to the conclusion that Jesus Christ was not GOD after all and everyone should know that and see the truth, there would be an UPROAR in the Christian community. But they seem to have no problem committing that perfidious insult onto the Jews. Rabbi Ben Judah, the most learned and respected scholar in the world, announces to the planet that Jesus Christ is indeed God and he has been wrong and now knows the truth. This is terrible, terrible injustice to the Jewish faith. Besides the fact that it is simply ludicrous to think that a Rabbi could sit on a podium in Israel and the entire world of different religions is going to sit back and take his word for it just because he thinks so and these other religions be converted (What planet is this film on? Certainly not Earth), but to put words like that in the mouth of the head of another religion and have them say how wrong they were, well, it's just hateful and disrespectful, that's all. It's also disturbing that the whole conspiracy of trying to take over the world comes from INTERNATIONAL BANKERS, which has always been another word for Jews when it is in this context. It's just another example of the total disregard for the integrity of the Jews. It feigns respect for them while denigrating their beliefs. Coupled with a preposterous plot and representation, this film fails as both an action thriller and as a religious film.

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