Omen III: The Final Conflict (1981)
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The second sequel to the 1976 horror hit The Omen finds Damien Thorn assuming the full mantle of the Antichrist and preparing for a final, all-out battle with "the Nazarene." Now in his thirties, Damien (Sam Neill) has elevated the family business, Thorn Industries, into the world's biggest multinational corporation. A little bit of black magic paves the way for Damien to become ambassador to England and the head of an international youth council. He soon uses this platform to amass an army of
Mar 20, 1981 Wide
Sep 5, 2000
Twentieth Century Fox
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...the moment The Final Conflict turns to dialogue and a plot, it loses its inspiration.
The bad news is that Damien has a whole movie to get through before he gives up the ghost, and that the movie is a grisly one.
Neill is fire and brimstone incarnate, but he can't seem to seal the deal.
The Omen trilogy comes to a close with this expectedly uneven installment...
The gas had pretty much run out of the Omen franchise by the time of this second sequel, and yet THE FINAL CONFLICT is quite an interesting film ...
Grim, disturbing devil doings continue.
The Omen III is a decent demonic thriller, but it's not the Beelzebub's knees.
The third best of the Omen films, but still a satisfying conclusion to a great trilogy.
it's getting silly now
Pretty damn funny.
Damien grows up ... and the series grows dead.
The Final Conflict, from 1981, is really quite a bad movie, not actually awful enough to ever have achieved cult status...
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