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The Prophecy: Forsaken (2005)

Video  -  Fantasy | Horror | Thriller  -  6 September 2005 (USA)
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Allison, the new guardian to the ancient manuscript, continues to try to protect it from another group of renegade angels bent on bringing on the end of the world.

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Boris Petroff ...
Daria Ciobanu ...
Maria
Georgia Nica ...
Gabrielle
Nicu Constantin ...
Throne #1
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Throne #2 (as Vali Vasilescu)
Adrian Pavlovschi ...
Hulking Throne (as Adi Pavlovschi)
George Grigore ...
Face Licking Throne
Adriana Butoi ...
Allison's Mother
Smaranda Popescu ...
Mihai Verbi Chi ...
Allison's Father
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In Bucharest, Allison is protecting the mysterious bible, "The Prophet Lexicon", where the last chapter about the apocalypse, called Revelations, discloses the name of the Antichrist in its last page. Meanwhile, the evil and jealous leader of the renegade angels Thrones, Stark, forces the hit-man Dylan to kill Allison to get the information about the Antichrist, but Dylan mysteriously feels attracted by the woman, protecting her against the Thrones. Allison seeks John Reigart for help, but Satan tell her that he is interested in the apocalypse to gather millions of souls to Hell. Alone and betrayed, Allison discloses the truth about her origins, while protecting the Lexicon. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Sometimes the interests of heaven and hell are not so far apart.


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Rated R for violence and some sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »
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Allison: It's a nightmare. A crazy dream. Any minute you're going to wake up, Allison. You're going to wake up and this whole thing is gonna be over.
John Reigart: Careful, Allison. People might think you're crazy.
John Reigart: [looking out at park] I love this park. Perverts and lunatics everywhere. I'm like a kid in a candy store.
Allison: Something tells me you're not out here trawling for new recruits.
John Reigart: Who knows? Maybe I'm trawling for you.
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Prophecy 5: still flogging a dead horse.
24 September 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

So the crew were already in Eastern Europe, so why not bust out another unnecessary sequel? Prophecy 5: Still flogging a dead horse! This one flips the bad Angel, now Tony Todd as Stark who is tall, skinny and more imposing, though he allows (orders) his undead human lackey Dylan (Jason Lee) to do most of the leg work.

Allison remains on the run in a disguise that makes her look like a 40 years older Kim Cattrall - that would have her at around 40 - Stark and the naughty angels are still after the book, Allison still hears voices and they still end up at the same mysterious house where they can all share visions and flashbacks, the same ones that padded out 4.

Same as the first 4 films now, Armageddon is looming. Some want it. Some don't. And some poor humans are stuck in the middle of it to be unwilling pawns in the action because of whatever tenuous reason the writers can conjure.

It must be said that it is not the acting that does in these two films, Jason Lee, Sean Pertwee, Tony Todd and Kari Wuhrer do the best they can to not just throw up their hands and exclaim "Didn't I just say that exact same thing in the last scene? And the one before that? And the..." The filmmaker obviously didn't have the budget, hence the location, dodgy CGI, the doubling up of meaningless dialogue and the flashbacks upon flashbacks. They didn't even use the Angel's abilities much, no superhero stuff at all here. Which all brings me back to my original rhetorical question: WHY TWO FILMS? The two films could easily have been condensed into one 100 minute flick that still wouldn't have been awe-inspiring, but would have been far less disappointing than the dull replica that picks from all of the first three films without retaining any of the truly cool - not always expensive - parts.

Final rating - 5 / 10. Not terrible, but definitely not good, merely a product that justified the release of a couple DVDs and perhaps put some actors' kids through another year of school.


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