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The Watchers: Revelation (2013)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | 9 October 2013 (USA)
Creatures, who claim to be from another planet, interact with world leaders. But their plot is exposed and their true nature is revealed by a nine-year-old girl. Now they seek to endanger her and all those around her.

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Sarah Pennington
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Peter Kenner
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Joshua Sanders
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Ethan Ward
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Bana
Annie Williams ...
Mia Andrews
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When a group of creatures, who claim to be benevolent aliens from earth's distant past, reappear, Dr. Peter Kenner struggles to reconcile their existence with his once held religious views. He turn to his uncle, a retired scientist and man of strong Christian faith, for help and insight. Meanwhile, Sarah Pennington seeks protection for her young daughter, Kara, believing extraterrestrials are bent on abducting Kara as they did her husband three years earlier. Kara, a spiritual and highly intelligent nine-year-old, has a very special gift - one that threatens to expose the nature of the extraterrestrials. Josh Sanders, Pete's uncle, is the focal point that brings Peter, Sarah and Kara together - all under the influence and advice of the mysterious stranger, Ethan. Are these beings really ancient aliens sent to protect humanity as they claim to be? Or are they, as Josh believes, fallen angels set on deception as the world approaches the last days? Written by Tom Dallis

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Better then most religious themed movies
4 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Movie is a b roll movie it was done on the cheap. But don't hold that against the movie. The acting not the greatest. Is obvious that several scenes were only filmed once but on a 50k budget you can't fault the movie for that one.

Story covers several themes based in history. Special effects nothing's Spectacular but enough to help the story.

Myself I'm all about the story itself. If it's acted well etc it s just a bonus but a nice one to be sure. The story was well thought out and well executed. Unlike many religious movies that go into ow you have to believe blah blah. I didn't really feel any of that religious bias in the story. It is Christian movie with a few out there theories but it was a unique one and strangely actually plausible. Unlike most movies like this one.when looking back at history it doesn't how to put it it picks its theoretical bs well.

Don't know if you will choose to watch this movie I know I had not planned on doing so. But I was pleasantly surprised. Ya the acting and camera work made some parts seem jumpy but don't hold it against the movie.

To me a movie is all about taking a story and making it visual rather then paper as reading a book to help you picture the story better. A tool and the story is the important part and this story was a good one.


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