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The Prophecy: Forsaken (2005)

The Prophecy: Forsaken (2005)





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Forces of good and evil are in hot pursuit of a book with tremendous supernatural powers in the fifth installment of the The Prophecy franchise. A young woman named Allison comes into possession of an unusual book. Allison discovers the strange volume is the Lexicon, a book with great spiritual powers that will predict the coming of the Antichrist. Soon minions of both heaven and hell are chasing Allison, hoping to get their hands on the book; few mortals seem to believe her, though, with the exception of a lawman (Jason Scott Lee), who attempts to protect her against the agents of the afterlife. The Prophecy: Forsaken also stars Jason London, Tony Todd, and John Light.
Drama , Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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John Light
as John Reigart
Tony Todd
as Stark
Kari Wuhrer
as Allison

Critic Reviews for The Prophecy: Forsaken

All Critics (4)

But we do learn that the Devil likes to eat Twinkies, so there's that at least.

Full Review… | February 11, 2006
Reel Film Reviews

The only thing I missed in the second film was Doug Bradley in one of his more notable non-Pinhead roles.

Full Review… | September 22, 2005
7M Pictures

Didn't the first few Prophecy movies have Christopher Walken in them? That seems like 400 years ago, doesn't it?

Full Review… | September 17, 2005

...much more an action picture than its predecessors and as such, the element of supernatural suspense the franchise has going for it is all but lost.

September 3, 2005

Audience Reviews for The Prophecy: Forsaken


Wuhrer does another fine job picking up where she left off the last time, but the devil is so laid back and out of character here it just doesn't work for me. The story loses steam because of it, making this the worst of the five movies.

Don Schick
Don Schick

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.

Dann Michalski
Dann Michalski

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Another pointless sequel, but it held my interest a little more than the last one. The plot is ok but there are a lot of holes. Characters aren't developed too much and there are many boring slow bits. Hopefully this will be the last Prophecy sequel.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

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