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Leap: Rise of the Beast (2011)

In the near future, the world leaders have given up their power to Vatican City. While most rejoice at the thought of world peace and religious tolerance, Shane Turner and his Leap Crew ... See full summary »

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Benjamin Baker ...
Luke
Alexander J. Bonds ...
Matt Clark ...
Bad Guy #8 (as Matthew A. Clark)
Rachel-Ann Fisher ...
Theresa
Jon Jordan ...
West
Walter Leathers ...
Kidd
Kevin Lonam ...
Thade
Charles Michael Rash ...
James
Chelsea Raugust ...
Crystal
Chris Tempel ...
Wulf
Yelena Tsiribko ...
Courtney
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In the near future, the world leaders have given up their power to Vatican City. While most rejoice at the thought of world peace and religious tolerance, Shane Turner and his Leap Crew aren't buying into it. It's not long before they identify the papal power as the Beast of Revelation and speak out against it. In response, the Vatican sets out to hunt down the Leap Crew. The end has begun Written by Chris Tempel

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The Time Is At Hand

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15 May 2011 (USA)  »

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$2,000 (estimated)
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Leap: Rise of the Beast was the first feature length film completed to be shot on the Canon 550D. It was also the first movie graded with Magic Bullet Colorista Free. See more »

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Follows Leap (2010) See more »

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Tripe
14 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

Honestly, I couldn't get through enough of this to even decide if it deserved a rating at all. As much as I am a fan of the end-times genre, and trust me, I've seen most of them, from the Omen to Left Behind, and everything in between. Budget isn't always an issue, but this one showed it's budget, or lack thereof, and its one fight scene I saw was quite ridiculous. Yes, you can make a great film on a small budget, as long as the story is there. But this lacked any production value at all, and even the acting was poorly done. Whether it is biblically sound, I don't know, because it was too horrid to even make it to the point. I wish luck to those behind this film in their future endeavors, but please, make sure you actually have production skills.


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