Revelation 2003 Horror Movie Review
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This had a Da Vinci Code feel, though it was out before it… and was MUCH better. It was easily understandable, and a fun ride. There are moments you definately don’t see coming, and the story itself is a great idea. It’s low tech, and all the cgi and such, is really beleiveable. Nothing over powers in this film. It is a good old fashioned character peice. You can get attached to them, and still be pulled deep into the story without too many effects or computer images. I highly enjoyed this film. James D’Arcy is definately an unrated actor. He was very good in this.
About Revelation (2003)
Natasha Wightman, Udo Kier, Diran Meghreblian, David Urban (II), Uri Roodner,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
111 minutesDirector: Stuart Urban,
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