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Did very little for me, but I have seen much worse
Curiosity got the better of me which was what made me see Countdown: Jerusalem in the first place. I was expecting little as it was from the notorious The Asylum. Actually compared to Titanic II, Transmorphers, AVH:Alien vs Hunter, 2010: Moby Dick and Alien Origin it is not as terrible as those and some of their other efforts. Some of the acting is decent, there are some good locations and the effects are actually while not great among some of the better ones in quality from The Asylum. Music was also not so good, but at the same after watching it didn't stay in your head very long. However, the stock footage and the lack of extras makes it all too obvious of how low in budget Countdown: Jerusalem is, while the direction is lazy and the lead actor very bland. Countdown: Jerusalem is a badly written film, with trite dialogue, badly underdeveloped characters and a story that feels so disconnected and convoluted with no suspense or thrilling moments and the religious aspects did feel rather heavy-handed. So all in all, The Asylum have done much worse and I have also seen worse, but Countdown: Jerusalem still did little for me. 3/10 Bethany Cox
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