Megiddo: The Omega Code 2
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  • The characters are paper thin, the plot is downright silly, but it is an enjoyable ride, one of the more enjoyable Christian films in my opinion (much more watchable, than, say, the horrendous Left Behind films which do nothing but put you to sleep)

    • by James Fleming
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      If you’re the kind that likes to watch TBN and laugh at just how insane and silly these people really are, then you will probably enjoy Megiddo: The Omega Code 2. Although it proclaims itself as a sequel to the Omega Code, it isn’t really a sequel (although both star

      Michael York). It is really a stand-alone film and, for my money, is a much more fun and amusing film than the Omega Code. Where as the Omega Code had a lot of silliness about the Bible Code, here we get to see the fundamentalist dream of the End ...

      • Times displayed in all of its low-budget CGI glory. The acting is bad, but if you are into B-movies it is enjoyable to watch. Whenever you see Michael York playing as the Anti-Christ you should expect a whole lot of melodrama and theatrics and York delivers, you can tell that
        he is relishing every moment of it. The characters are paper thin, the plot is downright silly, but it is an enjoyable ride, one of the more enjoyable Christian films in my opinion (much more watchable, than, say, the horrendous Left Behind films which do nothing but put you to sleep).



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