Left Behind II: Tribulation Force

2002

Action / Drama / Fantasy / Sci-Fi / Thriller

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IMDb Rating 5 10 3,624

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Clarence Gilyard Jr. as Pastor Bruce Barnes
Jason Jones as Young Man in Church
Kirk Cameron as Buck Williams
Krista Bridges as Julie / Tom's girlfriend
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94 min
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94 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by xshitz 1 / 10 / 10

You've gotta be joking!

This film is not entertainment, but unabashed Christian propaganda. Actually, it's just a thin, endlessly hokey, unintentionally hilarious farce where a handful of white American Christians save the world. Kirk Cameron is particularly loathsome during a scene where a skeptic leaves a church during a religious pep-talk given by a Cosby-Show-preacher. Cameron's character tries to convince the skeptic that he must be saved by quoting the Ten Commandments to him and showing the guy how he is but a gnat in the eyes of God because he's broken a few of the commandments. I'm sure Ralph Reed, and the rest of them, were lapping this stuff up, but it was as stilted and forced a moment as I've ever seen on screen. Of course the anti-Christ is a foreign person -- no American could fit that bill -- who speaks with a comic Russian accent. Good for a laugh, this film in its DVD form would also make a great drink coaster -- non-alcoholic, of course -- when you're done viewing it. This is film-making at its most contrived and forgettable.

Reviewed by Winds_of_Destination 1 / 10 / 10

Thank God it was good

Aside from movies based upon the life of Jesus Christ, there hasn't been one good Christian film. Until now. Left Behind II is based on the events right after Left Behind, throwing us deeper into the slowly changing ruled by mastermind Nicolae Carpathia, who is quick to gain power. The performances are better in the film; its nothing special, sadly, but is not so cheesy. It has its clichés, but in the end, you've forgotten them. My favorite was Gordon Currie, who has so perfectly become the Antichrist in the book series that it'd be difficult to see another in the role (aside from maybe Cillian Murphy). But when it comes to sticking to the book, the movie does sidetrack a bit. The love story is shortened significantly and the entire ending of the book is left out, but it sticks much closer to the book than the first. Some of the newer scenes were awesome, my personal favorite being Carpathia shaking the hand of Rayford Steele. The scene is so creepy and thrilling, I'm glad they decided to add it in. The showdown is also nice, although I didn't like the whole angel subplot during it. Overall, I am glad to say the movie is good. Certainly not great but it so much better than its predecessor or successor, and should've been released on the silver screen. 6.9/10.

Reviewed by wes-connors 1 / 10 / 10

Something Wicked This Way Comes

This story follows the rapturous "Left Behind" (2001). "A week after millions of people vanish into thin air, a desperate world turns to United Nations President Nicolae Carpathia (Gordon Currie). Basking in the new found adoration and trust of the people, Carpathia seems to have the entire planet at his command. But thousands of miles away, a small group, aware of Carpathia's true and sinister identity, is trying desperately to share their knowledge with anyone who will listen," according to the DVD sleeve description. "Calling themselves the 'Tribulation Force', world-renowned television journalist Buck Williams (Kirk Cameron), Pastor Bruce Barnes (Clarence Gilyard), airline pilot Rayford Steele (Brad Johnson) and his 20-year-old daughter, Chloe (Janaya Stephens), embark on a dangerous mission to open the eyes of the world to the truth." Readers, this will be my last user review… may God strike me down if these "Left Behind" movies aren't pure trash… Really... This entry serves only to pooh-pooh its own Christian revelations. * Tribulation Force (10/29/02) Bill Corcoran ~ Kirk Cameron, Brad Johnson, Janaya Stephens, Gordon Currie

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