The Prophecy: Forsaken2005
The Prophecy: Forsaken (2005)
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Critic Reviews for The Prophecy: Forsaken
But we do learn that the Devil likes to eat Twinkies, so there's that at least.
The only thing I missed in the second film was Doug Bradley in one of his more notable non-Pinhead roles.
Didn't the first few Prophecy movies have Christopher Walken in them? That seems like 400 years ago, doesn't it?
Audience Reviews for The Prophecy: Forsaken
Yet another mundane and formulaic paranormal thriller, The Prophecy: Forsaken has no passion or originality. Continuing the story set up in the previous film, a church layman named Allison must protect an ancient manuscript called The Lexicon from a new faction of angels intent on using it to discover the identity of the Antichrist. Tony Todd gives a solid performance, but overall the acting's weak and colorless. The directing is also poor, and doesn't carry any intensity or suspense. The Prophecy: Forsaken is a generic and trite film that adds nothing to the series.
After the first 2 or 3 of these, the production value goes WAY down.
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