The world falls into chaos as Nicolae Carpathia detonates nuclear devices across the globe and stages multiple devastating attacks against both the Tribulation Force and an international militia, led by U.S. President Gerald Fitzhugh.
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.
Clarence Gilyard Jr.
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Regardt van den Bergh
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David A.R. White,
It's been eighteen months since Nicolae Carpathia's rise to power, and has been captivating the whole world, including President Fitzhugh. There are some far away, who suspect he's something more, the prophesied Antichrist. After a failed attempt on the President's life, Fitzhugh must call on Buck and Carolyn Miller to uncover the mystery. Meanwhile, the rest of the Trib Force group: Rayford Steele, daughter (and now Buck's wife) Chloe, Pastor Bruce Barnes and the newest member Amanda White to uncover the mystery. Soon the lives of President Fitzhugh and the Tribulation Force will be connected in ways they couldn't have imagined. Written by
The Oval Office set used (and destroyed) in this film was originally built for Murder at 1600 (1997). See more »
At 16:39, Ray is giving a love speech to Amanda White, and she wipes her tears away, showing a gold ring on her ring finger. Five seconds later, at 16:44 Ray puts a gold ring on her same finger. See more »
President Gerald Fitzhugh:
Funny thing about a dream: When you're asleep, no matter what happens, no matter how crazy it might be, it all seems to make sense. I was there when millions of people vanished off the face of the earth. But I didn't wake up. I cheered as the world came together in the name of peace. Race, politics, and religion no long mattered.
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Let me first say that I received the "Left Behind Trilogy" as a Christmas present from my brother who, like me, has a strange love of really bad film. I watched all three movies in a row, totally uninterrupted other than leaving for much needed cigarette breaks. Never have I ever seen such unmitigated crap in my life. As a Christian, I have to say I have rarely been this offended. That being said lets get down to the film. The first two films: Crap. The third: Crap, but not quite as crappy and here is why. The production value was surprisingly good as was the photography. Big props to the folks who free-lanced on this film and managed to walk away with their creative souls intact. Now for the not so great. EVERYTHING ELSE. The acting, the writing, the browbeating of message. Just when I wasn't so sure that this was a Christian film, the script gladly supplied me with yet another prayer moment. The only time I've ever seen this many prayers was at an Irish Catholic funeral for a priest. A small little piece of advice to the religious right filming community; try subtlety. It make so much more enjoyable for the viewer.
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