The Moment After 2: Awakening
In the New World Order, who can you trust? The government? Ragtag militia? Religious “fanatics?”
After a dramatic escape from death row, former FBI agent Adam Riley (David A.R. White) reunites with his friend and mentor Jacob Krause (Brad Heller), leader of The Way, and his small remnant of Christians. Little do they know the forces out for their destruction. Global Alliance leader Commander Fredericks (Monte Perlin) has forced Adam’s former partner Charles Baker (Kevin Downes) to hunt them down while a ragtag militia, led by “Captain” Jackson (Lonnie Colon) spy on them for their own gain. As events lead to an explosive confrontation, all will be forced to an awakening of the real struggle…for their very souls.
Here is a futuristic vision of biblical ideas. The Christians, who follow “the way”, must avoid the soldiers of the Beast’s totalitarian government. If captured, they face death. All people can no longer use money but must use the credit system of the Beast. Those who try to spend cash to buy food are identified as Christians. This story reveals the nightmares future generations face who accept this evil government’s mandates. There are some violent scenes but it is not constant violence. Some blood is seen and though not gratuitous we need to note it. This movie is based on the book of Revelation and the rule of the Antichrist and we do gladly award it our Dove Seal.
There is betrayal in the film and Christians are hunted down. Again, there is some violence in some scenes and parents should be aware of this. We are rating it a two in the violence area below in the content description. Had it been a rating of three, it would have prevented us from awarding it our Dove Seal. The sacrifices in this story of those who die for what they believe in are notable and noble.