RACHEL, a Jewish-American doctor, and JAKE, an Arab-American government bureaucrat, go on a goose chase across the Middle East trying to solve the mysterious death of Rachel's treasure ...
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A young American woman is found dead on a beach in Ireland under mysterious circumstances. Her best friend, refusing to believe it was an accident, travels to the remote fishing village to investigate what really happened to her.
Darren Keefe Reiher
The seemingly random killings of an assassin puzzle her former lover, a wealthy Greek crime boss whose organization is jeopardized by his love for her, and the detective following her rising body count.
RACHEL, a Jewish-American doctor, and JAKE, an Arab-American government bureaucrat, go on a goose chase across the Middle East trying to solve the mysterious death of Rachel's treasure hunting brother. From Los Angeles to the deserts of Jordan and the ancient city of Petra, they find themselves hunted by a doomsday group called the Armageddonites who believe Rachel and Jake possess the missing Dead Sea Scroll that could bring about the end of days. Caught in the middle of a plot to hasten the end of mankind, Rachel and Jake need to solve the murder, find the scroll and find trust in each other.Written by
To viewers of Castle (2009), Rachel's line "I don't do guns" is an amusing in-joke to Stana Katic's role as homicide detective Kate Beckett, who not only carried a gun, but was quite adept at using it. See more »
Near the end of the film Beltran and Jake are each driving and each state that they are in Petra. It is not until after this that they pass the sign for Petra. See more »
They're keeping the body for now, which gives us some leverage. You think she's one of 'em?
No. No way.
You can't go by looks. A lot of religious nut jobs seem perfectly normal; my first wife.
Next paycheck says she's no cult member.
How about her brother? Paycheck on him not being a loony?
Nope. No bets on the brother, but she doesn't know anything.
All right. When's her flight?
Take her to her brother's hotel. Show her his room. Maybe something will click.
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Watching this movie is like watching a prolonged episode of "Castle" without Nathan Fillion. The concept is a good one, the visuals are great. The story is cliche, and the acting is wooden. Perhaps with a good writer and a director who can get more than a mail-in performance from the actors, this could have been a modern day "The Man Who Knew Too Much." Instead, we get "Kate Beckett Gets Lost in the Desert". A waste of an actress's talent and celluloid.
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