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Darren Keefe Reiher
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Lydia Dean Pilcher
Sarah Megan Thomas,
Losing his girlfriend because he was at an auction dramatically getting the magical philosopher's stone instead of a date, he needs a vacation - New Orleans but finds himself busy saving Earth from the curse of the Judas chalice/vampires.
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
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When the driver Cronin comes to pick up Jake after he was left on the side of the road he wants to go after Rachel and Beltran. He says they are looking for a blue Honda Civic. Rachel and Beltran are in a Silver Honda Civic. See more »
Wow, this was not what I expected from Stana Katic. The main 'plot' of the movie seems to be how many scenery shots they can get of the Middle East. Although beautiful, that's most of the movie, with a little story thrown in as an afterthought.
The story itself was dull and extremely predictable. It's like it was written by a fourth-grader that wants to be a playwright some day.
It also felt a Lot like Castle in tone. All they needed was Fillion, better writing, and it could have been a Castle movie.
At least in this, Raza Jaffrey couldn't act his way out of a box (which would have been more interesting to see). Even Katic's performance was stiff and almost emotionless.
Except for the panoramic views, it was just plain terrible.
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