2 FBI agents trying to arrest several crooks find that they have an ancient Japanese artifact of enormous power. They then try to stop the crooks from delivering the stone to the criminal mastermind who is a rich business man.
After the passing of his estranged father, Nick Simon returns home to settle his small estate. But in rummaging through his father's belongings, he and an appraiser unknowingly trigger an ancient Sumerian doomsday device. To make matters worse, it's just been stolen! Now, amid every natural disaster imaginable, Nick and Angie must recover and reverse the stolen device. But with the fate of the world hanging in the balance, will they be able to stop it in time?
Rule number one: don't make it a japanese folkore based movie if you don't knox your basic japanese history and your actors can't pronounce the two most used japaneser words in the story. "Shogun" pronounced as "Show Gun" and "chikara (power) pronounced "shikara" (an asian cousin of Shakira maybe?).
The rest of the movie is a train wreck and despite Nemic having been part of more crappy SyFy movies than you can shake a cattle prod at, none was as lkame as this one. He should have stayed away, he was the only decent bit in it.
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