The final chapter in the Omen series(until the Omen IV came out as a TV movie on Fox that was as scary as a flea.)This film starts off promising with a sequence involving the Ambassador to St. James meeting a grusome demise and Damien(well played by Sam Neill) taking over that position and is on a crusade to kill all the male babies born on a certain date which is the Nazarene coming back to Earth to destroy the Son of Satan. The movie has everything going for it but it falls apart by the ending by not tying up the loose plot holes that this film has and the ending is anti-climatic as it seems forced. Overall, this film has the feeling of an Omen sequel but it cannot match the the first two films in the series.
This lavish and epic musical benefits for a terrific performance from Madonna who is in her element and the supporting players who brings this musical to life. Underrated director Alan Parker(The Commitments, Angel Heart) brings to the screen the stage musical of Eva Peron(Madonna) and her life from a low class girl, who became a mediocre actress and then wife of Juan Perron. Antonio Banderas provides not only a great voice but a charamastic performance as well. Evita, made musicals enjoyable again as musicals were considered a thing of the past . Ambitious yet wonderful.