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Judgment (2000)

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A woman accused and her lawyer risk their lives to defend the rule of God in this Christian drama, the third sequel to Apocalypse: Caught in the Eye of the Storm. In the near future, a One World government led by the despotic Franco Macalousso (Nick Mancuso) rules the globe, and he's taken it upon himself to stamp out fearless Christian activist Helen Hannah (Leigh Lewis), whose followers oppose his leadership. Macalousso has Hannah arrested on charges of crimes against humanity, and attorney Mitch Kendrick (Corbin Bernsen) is given the assignment of representing her in court. Victoria Thorne (Jessica Steen), Kendrick's former girlfriend, has been selected to prosecute Hannah in a trail orchestrated to conform to Macalousso's dictates. But the longer Kendrick spends preparing his defense of Hannah, the more deeply he's touched by her message, and he chooses to ignore his orders and defend Hannah's beliefs by refocusing the case on the existence of God, rather than the supposed crimes of Hannah. Apocalypse IV: Judgment also features Mr. T as J.T. Quincy, one of Hannah's supporters.
Rating:
PG-13
Genre:
Drama , Mystery & Suspense , Faith & Spirituality
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Studio:
Cloud Ten Pictures

Cast

Corbin Bernsen
as Mitch Kendrick
Jessica Steen
as Victoria Thorne
Victoria Thorne
as Leigh Lewis
Mr. T
as J.T. Quincy
Nick Mancuso
as Franco Macalousso
Michael Copeman
as Judge Thornton Wells
Leigh Lewis
as Helen Hannah
Marium Carvell
as Selma Davis
Patrick Gallagher
as Jake Goss
Arnold Pinnock
as Dave Sands
Nicole Leroux
as Dawn Blushak
Sandra Caldwell
as Sherri Quincy
Doug Lennox
as Tyson Kennan
Tony Nappo
as Willie Spino
Steve Jackson
as Alan Cantona
Jason Michaels
as Eric Shearer
Yank Azman
as Colin McMahon
David Gardner
as Seth Kendrick
Ola Sturik
as Kathleen Walker
Karen Glave
as Stacy Gruber
Roman Podhora
as Carl Sweig
Craig Eldridge
as Bailiff
Nicholas D. Tabarrok
as Man in Gallery
Andrew Moodie
as O.N.E. Security Guard
Scott Clark
as O.N.E. Agent
David Sparrow
as Big Man
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All Critics (1)

With good production values and a Battlefield Earth level of overacting, it manages to be as engrossing as it is silly.

Full Review… | August 12, 2002
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½

Judgment is placed in the post Left Behind era, and it's worse than Left Behind the movie. It started off alright, but the last 15-20 minutes, a LOT of stuff didn't click, and the movie basically fell completely apart. Corbin Bernson, Nick Mancuso, and Jessica Steen were fair in their acting, and so was the lady that played Mrs. Hannah, but all of the others really needed some lessons. There is 'action' - just BARELY enough to give it a PG-13, but some of it's really dumb. The storyline is ok, and there is a really great idea behind this movie, but it was directed/acted in a way that made this movie stink overall.

Benjamin Harlow
Benjamin Harlow

The ultimate destiny of a soul, the fate of the innocent and an incoceivable judgment against God himself

Lorissa Woolley
Lorissa Woolley

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