In this third sequel to Apocalypse: Caught in the Eye of the Storm (1998), Mitch Kendrick, a lawyer who never fully accepted the Devil, is thrown in a faux trial to frame and convict a Christian in a world where followers of Jesus are persecuted and killed.
Helen Hannah, the Christian leader of "Apocalypse" "Revelation" and "Tribulation" is being put on trial in the One Nation Earth Court of Justice. Mitch Kendrick is a lawyer assigned to defend her, and Victoria Thorne, his ex-lover, is the attorney. Not only is the entire trial scripted, but Kendrick is on the fence about whose side he's on.Written by
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Leigh Lewis as Helen Hannah is the only actor to appear in all four films. See more »
Willie Spino & Zack both got blown up in the O.N.E. building in "Revelation." See more »
[after interviewing Macalousso]
This is a real god. A god of signs, and wonders. A god who loves humanity, doesn't think we're sinners, wants to teach us how to love each other, and take care of *this* world, *now*. This is Franco Macalousso, our bright and shining star. This is a god for today, and for the future.
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Eschatological movie making a visual portrayal of teleological events
Although there have been a number of movies attempting to portray these events, and so many of them have been very poor, this movie does an excellent job! One must have a strong intellect and an open mind to understand why this is such a great movie and the actors do a very good job. Unfortunately most who have discussed this movie are commenting on the content rather than the production. Because they disagree with Biblical themes, this movie tends to hurt their puerile little feelings and, they intensely dislike the movie on that prejudice. They claim that evangelicals are judging them...while they are clearly judging those of whom they accuse! They claim short-sightedness...which they demonstrate in their lack of objectivity. And many claim intellectual insults...while they err in their spelling. Sad, but typical of the declining U.S. culture. As George Bernard Shaw once stated: "some people think they are thinking when they are really just rearranging their prejudices".
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