Based on a best-selling novel Cabal of the Westford Knight by David S. Brody, this film explores the possibility that a group of Knights Templar explored New England and left clues to the ... See full summary »
Robert Paul Breen,
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Saint Peter, a reluctant but passionate leader, from the crucifixion of Jesus to his own. The film's first half dramatizes the New Testament's "Acts": early fear, the renewal of Pentecost, ... See full summary »
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Izidore K. Musallam
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Three days in a man's life, three crucial days in his long existence. Day one. Autumn 1948, Port Said. It is Hassan's first day at work but a telegram arrives and he has to set sail across ... See full summary »
Two archaeologists finally find the clue that will lead them to what they've been trying to find for the last 3 years: an ancient coin worth millions of dollars hidden by members of the ... See full summary »
During a gala museum event featuring precious Vatican artifacts, a group of men posing as Templar knights stage a daring robbery. Their primary interest is in obtaining a mechanical decoding device that can supposedly decipher the location of the Templar treasure. Archaeologist Tess Chaykin reluctantly works with FBI Agent Sean Daley to uncover the mastermind behind the plot and possibly locate the treasure. Written by
The Templar knights are shown abandoning ship in a storm and then wading ashore wearing full chain mail and a sword. Swords are heavy and chain mail is heavier. Nobody would be able to float wearing them so would have had to get rid of them quickly or drown. See more »
I read this novel less than a year ago and thought that the writing was on par with the DaVinci code by Dan Brown. I was very disappointed with the TV adaptation of this novel and felt that there was a lack of the menace that was portrayed in the book. I also felt that the kitschy score really was part of the problem. It didn't have the feel of a major conspiracy that the author of the novel had done a very good job of conveying. Raymond Khoury has to be disappointed with this film. Not to mention the waste of the talent in it.
Overall, the writing was stiff, the action was condensed and not well explained. The level of intrigue surrounding the Church's involvement really made it seem that the writers were afraid of offending anyone in the catholic church, or anyone who is catholic. Unfortunately the premise of what the book was about centers on a religious cover up much like the DaVinci code did.
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