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Gargoyle (2004)

Two CIA agents are sent to Bucharest, Romania to solve a high profile kidnapping. But what they discover is something inexplicable. An evil gargoyle, once thought dead and banished forever, has returned with a vengeance.

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Ty "Griff" Griffin
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Jennifer Wells
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Father Nikolai Soren
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Dr. Christina Durant
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Lex
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Inspector Zev Aslan
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Father Adrian Bodesti
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Gogol
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Jason Rohrer ...
Richard Barrier
Mihai Bisericanu ...
Gregor
Bogdan Uritescu ...
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Boris
Cristi Groza ...
Ionut
Lewis Cojocar ...
Yuri
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Two CIA agents are sent to Bucharest, Romania to solve a high profile kidnapping. But what they discover is something inexplicable. An evil gargoyle, once thought dead and banished forever, has returned with a vengeance.

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Once thought banished forever, winged, fire-spitting creatures are resurrected and immediately begin wreaking havoc on a port city.


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Rated R for some violence and language | See all certifications »

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26 October 2004 (Russia)  »

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Gargoyle: Wings of Darkness  »

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In the scene where Fr. Bodesti is about to give a plane ticket to Fr. Soren, Soren is drinking from a glass liquor bottle. As Bodesti approaches, the bottle is uncorked, but when the camera cuts away and returns, the bottle is mysteriously corked again. See more »

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Father Nikolai Soren: When I first camendment here, I slowly discovered the legend was true, and thr day of their re-emergence was drawing near. This recent earthquake unearthed it, this ancient chamber, and the day of the rebirthing is now begun.
Dr. Christina Durant: So what's going to happen to me?
Father Nikolai Soren: I believe congratulations are in order - you're about to become a mother!
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"Crap, crap, crap, megacrap"--J. Jonah Jameson
11 October 2005 | by (The Great NorthEast) – See all my reviews

This is just one of the hundred million movies where the directors try to shove too much drama into a movie that's not dramatic at all. Like in the beginning, the part where the monk dude shoved the arrow into his own hand, then shot that same arrow into the gargoyle five minutes later--no sense whatsoever.

The only thing worse than the plot line is the CGI, which would be greatly rivaled by a homemade flash movie. The actors look like they're doing their hardest to portray a bunch of 70's robots; the dialogue makes so little sense it's not funny.

Many things just HAPPEN with no explanation as to how or why, such as a lady suddenly wandering around a zoo that had shut down hours ago. And when she sees this THING flying towards her, her first reaction is to take a picture, rather than what she does a full ten minutes later---power-walking (not even running) like her life depended on it--which, obviously, it doesn't.

Overall, not recommended. Makes me wish they still did new episodes of MST3K.


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