2008It is the imminent future. The world follows one government and one man. It is a world of peace, yet some still fight the authorities. 105 Min.
To crush the dissent, the ruler arranges a trial of unprecedented proportion. A trial in the world court to be televised to a global audience. A trial that would see Helen Hannah, a Christian and a champion of the resistance, convicted and executed for hatred of the human race.
Everything is prepared and only humiliation and death await the accused. There is only one small problem - Mitch Kendrick, the defense attorney, has been tricked into representing Hannah, and now hunts for any way out.
In a clever twist he puts not Hannah, but her leader, the real scourge of this new world, to the test. Suddenly it is the biggest trial of history with the guilt or innocence of God himself hanging in the balance.
While appearing loyal to the new world order, Kendrick at first defends Hannah's God for his own pride. But as he listens to her, he realizes that she might be telling the truth.
Threatened by a hired assassin and the world leader himself, Kendrick still fights for more answers. Memories of a misunderstood father, the love of a tortured woman, and the glare of the world all bear down, as the trial rushes to a conclusion.
Within the final verdict lay the lives of the innocent, the ruling against God, and the destiny of a lost soul.
Stars Mr. T.
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|Director:||Andre Van Heerden|
|Producer(s):||Andre Van Heerden, Peter Lalonde, Paul Lalonde|
|Categories:||Prophecy/End Times, Drama, Cloud Ten Pictures|
3 members reviewed: Judgment
- Brandon J
The whole Apocalypse series is Great. It is a must watch series. Starting with Apocalypse, moving to Revelation, then to Tribulation, then to (My Personal Favorite) Judgement. They are all Must Watches.
- Reed B
I like lawyer movies, and this one has a very interesting twist, being involved in the reign of the Anti-Christ. But who cares if it's a good movie or not? It has Mr. T!! And Corbin Bernsen isn't too shabby, either.
- Scott S
The legal arguments were thought-provoking, and the conclusion hit the nail on head. Corbin Bernsen and Jessica Steen were amazing.