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Archaeologist Nicholas Zavatero and his student find a vase with antique inscription on where Noah's Ark is hidden in the underlying monster called Tama. They decide to go looking, but things get out of control.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Renée O'Connor ... Dr. Ava Greenway
Tim DeKay ... Dr. Nicholas Zavaterro
Tommy 'Tiny' Lister ... Sgt. Gentry (as Tommy Lister Jr.)
Amanda Crew ... Joanna
Carlos Leon ... Belus
Bill Parks ... Russell
Richard Gnolfo ... Wilson
Tommy Nohilly ... Coles
Vlado Mihailov Vlado Mihailov ... Martinez (as Vlado Mihaylov)
Mike Straub Mike Straub ... Hutch (as Michael Straub)
Stefan Shterev Stefan Shterev ... Insurgent #1 (as Stefan Shtereff)
Bashar Rahal ... Insurgent #2 (as Bashar Rahad)
Hristo Mitzkov Hristo Mitzkov ... Belus' Lieutenant (as Hristo Motzkov)
George Zlatarev George Zlatarev ... Iraqi Captain Backhar
Velislav Pavlov Velislav Pavlov ... Laborer
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Archaeologist Nicholas Zavatero and his student find a vase with antique inscription on where Noah's Ark is hidden in the underlying monster called Tama. They decide to go looking, but things get out of control.

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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

9 August 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Genesis Code See more »

Filming Locations:

Sofia, Bulgaria

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Sci Fi Pictures See more »
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1.33 : 1
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Any locating system which uses the position of the sun (such as the shadow of a staff) can only be accurate on specific days of the year (usually there are two such days) as the sun's apparent motion takes it from one solstice to another. See more »

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Disappointing
10 August 2008 | by bobomilSee all my reviews

Despite the presence of several veteran actors, Monster Ark amounts to little more than below-average horror shlock. The premise is mildly interesting - the recovery of an ancient manuscript suggesting that the Biblical Noah performed a prior task for God; constructing a previous Ark to serve as a prison for a monster unleashed by the Darkness (they don't go much into what exactly the Darkness was, because this is not a "thinking" movie). Needless to say, the monster is freed by the notably self-absorbed archaeologists to wreak havoc. All of this amounts to little more than a vehicle for a bad CGI-generated monster (who apparently has steak knives for forearms) to leap around hacking at people. It is also impervious to any man-made weapon, but often flees, anyway. Luckily, there is an ancient brotherhood created to protect us from this thing... though they seem pretty useless as far as the plot goes. The script deals with the numerous religious concepts raised by the usual half-hearted science-vs-religion lines, but nobody seems overly sorry about the fact that their mindless ambition has unloosed a killing machine - and possibly even the apocalypse- on an unsuspecting world. But this is supposed to be a horror film (not at all scary) with some action (not very exciting). But what do you expect from a film that supposedly takes place in Iraq but is shot in Bulgaria? Sure, there's a war on, but... A few brights spots - "Tiny" Lister stomping around snarling and shooting guns in an unintentionally funny role as a U.S. Army major, and the only two characters I didn't find annoying, Professor Nick's two students: lovely Amanda Crew and amusing Bill Parks (filling the token roles of young hottie and sarcastic nerd, respectively). It would have been more entertaining (and, oddly, more believable) as one of those teen-slasher films. Instead we get a ridiculous CGI creature leaping around the "desert" while a pack of idiots figures out what to do about it. It's nice to know Xena's side-kick can still get work, but do yourself a favor and pass on this one.


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