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The Seventh Sign takes the end of the world and turns it into some sort of Revelation-themed escape room.
Moore, as impassioned as her performance might be, is hopelessly miscast as Abby.
Not to be confused with Ingmar Bergman's masterpiece The Seventh Seal (as if!), The Seventh Sign is an ofttimes admirable yet mostly silly supernatural thriller.
Many of the performances are over-dramatic, the plot is difficult to follow, and the movie takes itself so seriously that it's often tempting to laugh at it. All in all, The Seventh Sign is a mess.
Stinky brat pack crap.
Demi, this is why I don't miss you.
Pretty funny, but I don't think that was the idea.
The film's moral message that the world can be saved with hope, seemed like just so much mush.
David Bannon: Remember it all, write it down, tell it; so people will use the chance she has given them.
"An ancient evil has been awakened and there is nothing you can do to stop it... except pray"
The Seventh Sign is a horrible and dumb religious based thriller. It is kind of packaged as a horror film, but there is nothing about it that is scary or seems to try to be scary. The scariest thing about it is the bad performance from Demi Moore and the garbage dialogue you have to sit through. I thought, at the least, this would be a fairly interesting movie. It's about the apocalypse and takes its plot directly from the Bible; obviously it takes some liberties, but it should still be interesting. But no, it is just an awful, awful movie.
Demi Moore plays an expectant mother who has already lost one baby during pregnancy in the past and she isn't about to lose another one. Then a weird guy moves into their garage and she starts getting very suspicious of him. Then a bunch of crazy end of the world shit starts happening and I could not have been less interested.
This movie doesn't seem to really try to do anything that could relatively be called interesting. It's all so dull; from the performances to the dialogue to the characters. The 90 minute run time felt like 190 minutes. This movie really isn't worth a look. Don't let the plot description lure you in because the plot description is the best thing about it.
Could Demi Moore's coming childbirth have something to do with the coming apocalypse? The signs seem to point to just that ... all seven of 'em! Not bad exactly, but not exactly good either.
Oh man this was terrible. God sure goes through a lot of trouble to end the world for demi moore to just painlessly give her life to her baby to save mankind. For no reason the 'Guf' becomes magically full again, and that's that. It started with potential and by the end it felt like the filmmakers had to end it and make it a happy ending when it really shouldn't have.
Spooky things happen on the way to the apocalypse. There's an eerieness throughout in this well-crafted thriller.
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