Father Jenescu is struck while ministering to the poor and looks up to see a vision of Hell - a leering demonic creature. An eye blink later he sees an ordinary patrol officer trying to ... See full summary »

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Father John Royce (as Justin Louis)
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Carlito
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Father Jenescu is struck while ministering to the poor and looks up to see a vision of Hell - a leering demonic creature. An eye blink later he sees an ordinary patrol officer trying to help him. He dismisses the apparition until he sees another one in his church. Then he goes to the doctor to learn what's wrong and discovers that one must be careful who one trusts. Written by CommanderBalok

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19 May 1995 (USA)  »

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Fundamentalists, Arise
27 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A priest who ministers to the homeless and disenfranchised, is able to see the faces of tormentors as an alien species. He has become frustrated with his lack of accomplishment and begins to lose faith. Add to that the fact that he has been given a death sentence, about three months to live. He confronts the aliens but is finally able to meet one of them. Not only does this person cure his disease, he give him the power to heal himself. He begins by saving the life of a young woman who is comatose after an accident crossing a street. Of course, he now has celebrity and for a while begins to bask in his fame. He has a colleague, a young priest who sees Jesus as the only one with healing power. He suspects something isn't kosher (oops! I guess they are Catholics). This is ultimately a moral battle, but its foundation, for me, is pretty much a cliché and depends on things that I find pretty restrictive when it comes to belief. It is interesting just as an "us" versus the aliens tale but the filmmakers couldn't resist going the next step. The acting is quite good and the scenes in the street are quite striking.


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