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Creed of Gold (2014)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama, Thriller | 12 August 2014 (USA)
A cloak & dagger adventure about the Federal Reserve and the international financial conspiracy that threatens the world. Three heroic college students uncover the plot...and risk their ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Taylor Lindsey ...
Adam Smith / Mr. Smith
Ellen Lawrence ...
Kirsten Stanford
Nicholas Willeke ...
Cody Williams
Vanessa Ewing ...
Jenell Slone
Alexander Ganahl ...
Byron Tackitt
William Greene ...
Stuart Wornwall
Jay L. Wile ...
Gerald Steinberg
Lorraine Knox ...
Mrs. Smith
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David M. Auge ...
Police Officer
Andrew Bolzman ...
Wornwall's Hitman
Philip Bolzman ...
Russian Agent
Janet Brookman ...
Nurse
Don Brown ...
FBI Boss
Daniel Burks ...
Coffeehouse Waiter
Peter Copu ...
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A cloak & dagger adventure about the Federal Reserve and the international financial conspiracy that threatens the world. Three heroic college students uncover the plot...and risk their lives to expose the secret syndicate. "Gripping drama" says Dove Fnd.

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Spun-off from Mr. Smith Goes to the Fed (2012) See more »

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Not A Nice Try
4 August 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Amateur hour. The writing is the main problem. It's stupefying and generic. Can't tell if the actors are any good because even if they were Oscar winners they would have problems reading life into these color-by-number, 2-dimensional characters. The conspiracy theory in this movie is uninspired, intellectually lazy and far-fetched. This film is a couple steps above a student project as it appears they had the budget to do some nice location shooting. There's not much of a backstory to the lead characters whereas they would have benefited by this by becoming more likable to the audience. More than anything this film reminds me of movies made for a Christian audience except focused on hitting the Fed as being the evil mover behind the modern economy.


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