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 ...
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Ted and Lynn Murphy lead a simple suburban life. They have three wonderful children, their own small business, and good relationships with friends and neighbors. But that life is turned ... See full summary »
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The Vatican took control, just as the Bible said and now they're hunting down all who oppose them. When the Leap Crew disappears, Blake Owens and his team take up the mission of sharing the... See full summary »
Alexander J. Bonds,
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
I haven't bothered to post a review before, but after 15 minutes of this tripe I felt compelled, especially as it has an overall rating of 9.4- which is totally misleading. This has an interesting story-line, but was made on shoestring budget and it looks it. The film has appalling action scenes, appalling actors and appalling dialog, in fact overall it's appalling. I was kind with a 2 rating- save yourself the trouble and avoid like the... (Armageddon- plague!). I could go into an exposition of the plot, but this isn't where the movie falls down- I read the plot summary rather than watch the whole movie- I couldn't, it was that bad. It's production values that are missing here. I and my friends could have shot and edited this on home video and it would look better. The opening fight scene, where the leader of "the Leap crew" comes to the aid of a cornered victim about to be beaten by a policeman and burly thug is without doubt the worst I've ever seen. Just because an aspiring filmmaker thinks they know how to do action, does not mean that they can or should do action.
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