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Director: Scott Charles Stewart

Writer: Peter Schink, Scott Charles Stewart

Starring: Paul Bettany, Dennis Quaid and Charles S. Dutton

Review By: Scotty

Well this was a movie and goes to show I will watch anything.  I thought the movie looked ridiculous when I saw the preview in the theatre and even as I pressed play now on my On Demand menu I knew what I was getting into.

The story takes place at a diner/gas station in the middle of nowhere and God has lost faith and mankind and sent a pestilence upon the earth to correct his mistakes.  People turn into zombies after being inhabited by the angels of heaven and try to rid the earth of mankind; but one angel named Michael(Paul Bettany) sheds his wings to fight the good fight and ends up at the diner protecting this group although his main purpose is to protect the mother of an unborn child.  This child holds the key to the survival of mankind.

A few people get killed and the baby is born but now Michael is confronted by his brother Gabriel (Kevin Durand) who is doing the will of God and trying to destroy this child.  Big fight, Gabriel wins but Michael comes back after God realizes his mistake and protects the survivors.

This movie was terrible besides a couple of scenes involving an old lady and another involving an ice cream man.  Do not waste your time.

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  1. April 28, 2011 at 2:56 pm

    You forgot to mention that you can actually see the only two good scenes by watching the trailer. That way you only waste 2 minutes of your life instead of 2 hours! 😉

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