Omega Code

Theatrical Release: October 15, 1999
DVD Release: March 28, 2000
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Synopsis

As timely as a movie can get, with our world facing a new millennium and a man-made enigma called Y2K, The Omega Code presents a plausible scenario about a new world order, the rise of the Antichrist, and the earth’s final moments before Christ’s return. The world, ignoring the prophecy of The Revelation, makes a ruler out of a self-proclaimed messiah who has charmed the nations. He is of course, the Antichrist. A prophetic code is discovered hidden within the Torah. This concealed code is the key to unlocking the mysteries of mankind’s future. Guess who wants to possess it.

Dove Review

Although there are some weaknesses in the development of the script, Executive Producer Paul Crouch (TBN host and founder) and producer son Matthew Crouch have given moviegoers a film that causes discussion. It is thought provoking. These neophyte movie producers have provided Believers with a suspenseful psychological thriller worthy of inviting friends, family and coworkers. Although the theory that the Bible is one big “code book” is controversial, The Omega Code is a film that eventually displays the power and diety of our Savior, Christ Jesus.

Content Description

Adult subject matter; intense imagery, including brief visions of demons; some violence, including several killings and a brutal beating. May be too frightening for those under 12 years-of-age. However, nothing is done to be exploitive, but is there to further the story.

Info

Company: Providence Entertainment
Writer: Hollis Barton and Stephan Blinn
Director: Rob Marcarelli
Genre: Drama
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Phil Boatwright