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The Prophecy: Forsaken (2005)

Young Allison continues to run from Satan's evil angels while hanging onto the ancient Lexicon that foretells the identity of the Antichrist, joined by a hit man who has a change of heart and comes to her aid.

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Joel Soisson

Writers:

Gregory Widen (characters), John Sullivan (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Boris Petroff Boris Petroff ... Father Constantin
Kari Wuhrer ... Allison
Daria Ciobanu Daria Ciobanu ... Maria
John Light ... John Reigart
Jason Scott Lee ... Dylan
Tony Todd ... Stark
Georgia Nica Georgia Nica ... Gabrielle
Nicu Constantin Nicu Constantin ... Throne #1
Vasilescu Valentin ... Throne #2 (as Vali Vasilescu)
Adrian Pavlovschi Adrian Pavlovschi ... Hulking Throne (as Adi Pavlovschi)
George Grigore George Grigore ... Face Licking Throne
Adriana Butoi Adriana Butoi ... Allison's Mother
Smaranda Popescu Smaranda Popescu ... Young Allison
Mihai Verbi Chi Mihai Verbi Chi ... Allison's Father
Dan Sandulescu Dan Sandulescu ... Priest at Funeral
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Storyline

In Bucharest, Allison protects the Prophet Lexicon, a mysterious, self-writing bible whose last chapter on the apocalypse (Revelations) will soon disclose the name of the Antichrist on its last page. Stark, the evil and jealous leader of renegade angels called Thrones, forces Dylan, a hit man, to kill Allison to get the information about the Antichrist, but Dylan mysteriously feels attracted by the woman and protects her from the Thrones, instead. Allison seeks John Reigart for help, but he tells her he is interested in the apocalypse to gather millions of souls to Hell. Alone and betrayed, Allison learns the truth about her origins while protecting the Lexicon from Stark. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

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Sometimes the interests of heaven and hell are not so far apart.


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Rated R for violence and some sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »

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Trivia

This and The Prophecy: Uprising (2005) were filmed simultaneously. See more »

Goofs

The positions of Stark's feet on the glass floor don't match between shots. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
John Reigart: The last chapter of the Bible is called Revelations. It promises the end of life as we know it. If that's the case, you might want to ask yourself: Is that really such a good thing?
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Connections

Follows The Prophecy: Uprising (2005) See more »

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Lovescreen
Written by Baker, Goei, Ward, Wright
Performed by Fred Baker
Mixed by JD Andrew
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Tony Todd was awesome, movie......not so much
31 October 2005 | by corblimey79See all my reviews

This fifth film in the Prphecy series picks up the tale of the secret battles between hell,heaven,and earth caught between them. Allison (kahri Wuhrer) now possesses the Lexicon. An ancient text that can reveal when the Antichrist will appear. But renegade angels are on the hunt for the book. Her only hope may be a mysterious assassin named Dylan (Jason Scott Lee) Alright you guys get the gist of the story well here is what I thought personally I lost interest in this series after the second film....So...some of you may disagree with me...I felt this film was a bit slow and boring the acting was decent enough although I thought that Kahri Wuhrer's character could have been better written but the story fell flat in many spots...I thought that they didn't give you enough details to make this film interesting...one minute of back story at the beginning just wasn't enough to delve me into this story.. Although I did find the brief explanation on the different ranking of Angels interesting....Tony Todd delivers an excellent performance as an evil Angel bent on stopping Armagedon so that the Angels can be gods favorites. I give this film a sad 2 buckets of gore for the boring story the only thing that justifies this film is its decent acting


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6 September 2005 (USA) See more »

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