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Countdown: Jerusalem (2009)

Not Rated | | Sci-Fi, Thriller | Video 24 February 2009
Countdown: Jerusalem is a video starring Kim Little, Clint Browning, and Russell Reynolds. A journalist searches for her daughter as a series of catastrophic disasters push a destabilized society toward the brink of global war.

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... Allison
Clint Browning ... Joseph
Russell Reynolds ... Itzhak (as G. Russell Reynolds)
Mark Hengst ... Mark Thompson
Audrey Latt ... Mary
... Cindy
... John Cosgrove
Vivian Brunstein ... Adi (as Vivi Brunstein)
... Tina
... Lavi
... Abraham
... Detective Strand
... Agent Malcolm Grant
... Gianni
Alexander Hatzidiakos ... Romano
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A journalist searches for her daughter as a series of catastrophic disasters push a destabilized society toward the brink of global war.

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The end isn't near... It's here.

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Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Most of the Israel interiors were actually filmed in Los Angeles, including the hotel, terrorist base, and mob scene. See more »

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Arriving at Israel from the US, one would land at terminal 3 of Ben Gurion airport. The exit depicted in the movie is a scenery from the Eastern part of Jerusalem, and the taxi is from the "Rehavia" company, a Jerusalem taxi company. See more »

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Hard to Follow - no plot, very little words.
8 April 2009 | by See all my reviews

This movie is very hard to follow. The plot is so hard to follow that you don't know what is going on most of the time. Very few words are actually spoken and you find yourself trying to guess what is going on. I'm a Christian and I know a lot about the Bible and what they are trying to tell. At least the Left-Behind movies have a great plot. if you want to see a good movie about the "End-Times" watch those movies.

The acting wasn't bad at all, except for the lead character (this may have been the due to bad direction). The cinematography was not bad, either. Music is good. It's just such a bad plot and/or direction that you never know what's going on! One phrase in the movie says: "You need to connect the dots." For some reason, the makers behind this movie expect the viewers to connect the dots. I'm sorry, that should not be our job! if I wasn't a Christian, I wouldn't have a clue about what this movie is trying to say! Bad movie, don't wast your time on this!


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