After a ferry is bombed in New Orleans, an A.T.F. agent joins a unique investigation using experimental surveillance technology to find the bomber, but soon finds himself becoming obsessed with one of the victims.
Det. John Hobbes is convinced that when killer Edgar Reese is executed, all of his troubles are over. But when people he knows and people on the street start to sing the same tune that Reese sang in the gas chamber, and those same people taunt him, he is told that maybe the cursed fallen angel Azazel is behind it all. Azazel is cursed to roam the Earth without a form, and he can switch bodies by any contact, making him hard to track. When Hobbes is forced to kill a man possessed by Azazel, he must clear his name while protecting his family and others from the evil, vengeful Azazel. Written by
Ben Borg <email@example.com>
The movie was pretty much predictable from beginning to end. The ending was predictable too. I guessed the ending almost from the beginning and definitely mid way through the movie. I also feel the movie made the demon's abilities to jump bodies too easy and made him basically invincible from the beginning of the movie, making this movie predictable. If they made him a bit more vulnerable while he was in a human form, it would have been more unpredictable and exciting. I think if they also elaborated on the demon's origin, it would have drawn the watchers closer to the movie. I know the reason why they made the demon easy to jump bodies and why they made him pretty much invincible, but i think it made the movie almost pointless and predictable. And the girl that helped Denzel, u would think that should could have had a bigger part in the movie and made it more interesting. This movie was not scary but had the potential to be.
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