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The Fallen Ones (2005)

Not Rated | | Horror | TV Movie 10 November 2005
An archaeologist finds the mummified remains of a giant--the offspring of a Fallen Angel and a human woman. Now he has to stop the terror he has unleashed.

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Angela
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Gus
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Ammon
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Mickey
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Morton
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Joseph
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High Priest #1
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Aramis (as Robert 'Bonecrusher' Mukes)
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Giant Mummy
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Female Student (as Melissa Jones)
Merritt Bailey ...
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Five thousand years ago, in Sumer, the fallen angels had intercourse with human females and their offspring were a race of giants called Nephilim, destroyed by the great flood. The evil angel Ammon mummifies his son Aramis to save him, and hides in hell. In the present days, the archaeologist Matt Fletcher finds Aramis tomb with excavating for building a resort for the entrepreneur Morton. The engineer Angela joins the team, giving support in the diggings. When some workers mysteriously vanish, Morton hires the security force of Ammon to find the missing men. However, his real intention is to resurrect Aramis in the eclipse of the moon and dominate the human race with a new breed of giants. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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10 November 2005 (Russia)  »

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Big Mummy's House  »

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Angela's cat Osiris actually belongs to Casper Van Dien, Catherine Oxenberg, and India Oxenberg. See more »

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Scaffolding visible in background after he falls in the pit. See more »

Quotes

Rabbi Eli Schmidtt: [speaking into his recorder, translating about sheep and goats milk] Do I smell Oatmeal cookies?
Matt Fletcher: [appearing from behind a book shelf] Do you still like a little coffee with your milk?
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Referenced in Giants in the Earth: The Making of 'The Fallen Ones' (2005) See more »

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Watchable, Predictable and Forgettable
5 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

Five thousand years ago, in Sumer, the fallen angels had intercourse with human females and their offspring were a race of giants called Nephilim, destroyed by the great flood. The evil angel Ammon (Navid Negahban) mummifies his son Aramis to save him, and hides in hell. In the present days, the archaeologist Matt Fletcher (Casper Van Dien) finds Aramis tomb with excavating for building a resort for the entrepreneur Morton (Robert Wagner). The engineer Angela (Kristen Miller) joins the team, giving support in the diggings. When some workers mysteriously vanish, Morton hires the security force of Ammon to find the missing men. However, his real intention is to resurrect Aramis in the eclipse of the moon and dominate the human race with a new breed of giants.

"The Fallen Ones" has a promising idea, recalling those sci-fi horror movies from the 50's, but unfortunately it is badly executed. This low budget movie is leaded by Casper Van Dien, a promising actor in "Starship Troopers" that fell to a synonym of star of low quality films, and "The Fallen Ones" is no exception in his terrible filmography. The plot has many flaws and terrible lines, but contradictory entertains, with some laughable scenes. The funniest one is when Matt throws one dynamite banana precisely in the mouth of a 12 m (i.e., a height of a four floors building) mummy in movement, blowing up Aramis. The best in this watchable, but predictable and forgettable movie, is the beauty of Kristen Miller. My vote is five.

Title (Brazil): "Os Anjos do Mal" ("The Angels of Evil")


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