Apocalypse

Theatrical Release: May 16, 2005
DVD Release: May 16, 2005
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Synopsis

Army after army descends into the valley of Armageddon in central Israel. Millions of people suddenly vanish. It’s a media event unlike any in history, and the whole world is glued to their television sets. At that moment a great charismatic leader arises and performs a miracle of astounding dimensions. Is he the long-awaited messiah? The whole world is convinced he is. Only Bronson Pearl and Helen Hannah, co-anchors of the World News Network, are in a position to uncover the truth. But as Helen discovers the true identity of this great leader, she is torn between her love for Bronson and her new-found understanding about Christ and the Antichrist. With global police in hot pursuit, there is but one chance to warn the world as it rushes headlong into the apocalypse.

Dove Review

This is another classic end-of-the-world movie brought to you by the same people that made the Left Behind movie series. It follows the Book of Revelation to a T. First there is the start of a war that threatens to wipe out all of mankind, and the whole world is at arms with each other. Just as the world is on the brink of total destruction, nearly half of the world’s population disappears into thin air. No one knows what happens and everyone panics. A man stands up and says to the world that he was responsible for the miracles and that he is the Messiah. There is resistance but it is put down by this new leader’s minions. But in the end some good shines through when the very same broadcast that made Hannah a believer is shown to the whole world.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: War-like violence, people rioting in the streets. The whole movie is set up like a live news broadcast, so the violence you see is like that which you would see on the news.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Cloud Ten Pictures
Writer: Peter LaLonde
Director: Peter Gerretsen
Producer: Paul LaLonde
Genre: Action
Runtime: 94 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Kadie Lukens