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Rumors of Wars (2014)

PG-13 | | Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller | 2 May 2014 (USA)
A student keeps a journal while a one-world government takes over the world. Years later, a soldier finds her journal and questions everything he believes.


Paul Tomborello


Paul Tomborello (screenplay), Phillip Abraham (co-writer)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Ben Davies ... Shaw 408
Jennifer Cooper Jennifer Cooper ... Roxy
Eric Roberts ... Zurn
Michael Joiner ... Agent Harris
Jason Burkey ... Bryan Keep
Jaci Velasquez ... Beth
T.C. Stallings ... Commander
Shannen Fields ... Nurse
Joseph Scott Anthony ... Professor Diedrich
Morgan Ayres Morgan Ayres ... Phoenix
Michael Ulmer Michael Ulmer ... Webb266
Kelsey Sanders ... Claire
Jamie Grace ... Vivica (as Jamie-Grace)
Lee Garrett ... Lee Richardson
Mac Powell Mac Powell ... Enlin


Rumors of Wars is a film with two converging storylines. The first centers around aspiring college journalist Roxy, who searches for answers as she investigates end-time prophecies for a term paper. She records her research in a diary, and her findings have more of an impact that she ever imagined when her diary is discovered years later in the rubble of a post-apocalypse society filled with decay and violence. The book, its pages containing the truth of what really happened to the world, finds its way into the hands of a New World Army officer named Shaw. But what will he do with this newfound truth? Written by Bearfruit Films

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In the end, we all worship something.


Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for violence

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A story that needs to be told grounded in our reality.
6 May 2021 | by bentramSee all my reviews

Listen the movie isn't a blockbuster, or has good acting or good effects or any of that but the story is something everyone needs to hear and be aware if because this is our future in some respect. I just wish someone with alot of money could make this end time story current with great acting and effects that everyone will be intrigued to see and ground it in our actual reality at how this one world government is trying hard to be formed as well as how they will control us all with the mark which will most certainly be some iteration of an rfid chip. If you know Bible prophecy you can watch the news and almost piece it together how its coming to pass. If I were a millionaire I'd certainly make this movie and I'd probably be hunted and killed because of how many people and organizations it outs in opening peoples eyes to what they are doing. Low budget movies don't do the message justice and just makes people think its some fictional dravonian story. Its going to be real and alot more complex and involved than these movies can portray with such a small budget.

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2 May 2014 (USA) See more »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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