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Revelation
     

Revelation

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Director: Andre Van Heerden,

Cast: Andre Van Heerden, Jeff Fahey, Nick Mancuso, Leigh Lewis

 

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A law enforcement officer must decide if he follows the law of man or the law of God in this Christian-themed thriller. Thorold Stone (Jeff Fahey) is an high-level agent with One Nation Earth (or O.N.E.), the global law enforcement group founded by self-proclaimed messiah and international despot Franco Macalousso (Nick Mancuso). Stone has been out of sorts and unable

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A law enforcement officer must decide if he follows the law of man or the law of God in this Christian-themed thriller. Thorold Stone (Jeff Fahey) is an high-level agent with One Nation Earth (or O.N.E.), the global law enforcement group founded by self-proclaimed messiah and international despot Franco Macalousso (Nick Mancuso). Stone has been out of sorts and unable to focus on his work ever since his wife and children disappeared along with millions of others not long ago -- an event some believe to have been the Rapture. One day, Stone is sent out to investigate a school bus accident believed to have been caused by "The Haters," an underground Christian group led by Helen Hannah (Leigh Lewis). But as Stone looks into the facts of the matter, he learns that O.N.E. agents were behind the sabotage, and thinks he may have found evidence to back up his suspicions in the form of a computer disc he's found at a secret O.N.E. post. Stone turns to eccentric computer genius Willie Spino (Tony Nappo) to decode the disc's contents. Len Parker (David Roddis), Macalousso's second in command, has discovered that Stone has the missing computer disc and is determined to silence him before he can find out what it contains, with the leader's "Day of Wonders" looming over the horizon. Revelation (also released as Apocalypse II: Revelation) also features Carol Alt and Bruce McFee.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/31/2004
UPC:
0043396085831
Original Release:
1999
Rating:
PG13
Source:
Sony Pictures
Time:
1:40:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Scene index; Trailers; Feature interviews; Theme song; Actor's bios; Web link; Spanish language option

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
2. Vanished [1:42]
3. The Haters [19:19]
4. Belief [19:01]
5. Reunion [7:04]
6. Faith [9:28]
7. The Plan [11:28]
8. Temptation [10:21]
9. Test of Faith [17:16]

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Revelation 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I seen it along time ago when I was at a catholic school and saw it again two times at TBN and also seen Judgment, but never seen the other 2. The other Christians get left behind because they rejected the redeeming grace of Christ. The sad parts is where the dad puts his christian son to prison and when Helen's brother and the blind woman received the mark of the beast. I like to buy it. This is a great tool for those who don't know the gospel.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is a general outline of events which will in fact occur on planet earth in the not too distant future. Much within the script is conjecture or simply ficiton, however the most important point is clearly conveyed. There is a world leader coming called the ''anti-christ'', who controlled by Satan will deceive multitudes into following himself. The budget for Revelation is obviously small, however the production value is great. I found the story gripping and the dialogue vital for the purpose of this film. Those persons who are followers of the truth will find this movie to be a useful tool to engage the lost soul. The response to this movie can only be one of two things, conviction or denial. The latter resulting in mocking, the former in eternal life!