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  • Summary: Never before has modern technology uncovered such profound mathematical complexities as revealed within the Bible Code. The Omega Code combines recent discoveries of the Bible Code phenomenon with edge of your seat suspense and psychological horror to weave a millennial tale of international intrigue. (Providence Entertainment) Expand
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  2. Negative: 8 out of 9
  1. Reviewed by: David Van Biema
    Given its budget, the quality of its writing, acting and production is remarkably high--about miniseries level.
  2. Reviewed by: Kathleen Craughwell
    A hokey doomsday/millennialist thriller.
  3. Reviewed by: Joe Leydon
    By turns laughably simplistic and confoundingly muddled as it charts the "final battle" between good and evil.
  4. Reviewed by: Tom Keogh
    Dreadful suspense piece that has "Mystery Science Theater" appeal written all over it.
  5. Proof positive that heavy underground buzz doesn't necessarily imply merit or even intrinsic interest.
  6. Reviewed by: David H. Jones
    Code Word: Bad!
  7. Reviewed by: Cody Clark
    This wretched jumbo helping of Christian Fundamentalist agitprop takes itself entirely too seriously to be anything but ploddingly dull.

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  3. Negative: 7 out of 10
  1. RickC.
    Feb 12, 2008
    The best Casper Van Dien Christian end times movie ever made! This is some high quality stuff people. Look at the cast, Erick Avari, Casper Van Dien, Michael York, and eternal badass Michael Ironside. Heavy duty Hollywood actors in an admittedly low budget flick, but one full of wholesome Christian action, lots of slayings, and thankfully a lack of blood & gore. York puts in the best cinematic performance since "Austin Powers" and his memorable cameo as the assault gunner for Earthforce from Babylon-5. His acting grandeur is almost arthurian in execution, and he is believable as the vessel for the antichrist. Ironside continues to impress as the unrelenting hit man/bodyguard/get stuff done guy working for York. Casper really cuts his acting teeth here with a brilliant performance that makes his wonderful role in "Starship Troopers" pale by comparison. This kid is going places, just you watch. He is oscar-bound. Rent this DVD and get some popcorn and the family, morality tales don't get any better than this! I wonder if you can get it on Blu-Ray? Expand
  2. jackj.
    Nov 30, 2005
    What a joke. Movie has no flow to it, and incredibly innacurate. No mention of the rapture, mark of the beast, armaggeddon. And it seems the movie ended abruptly, what'd the final code do?? usher in jesus or set off a white nuclear bomb? blew. Expand
  3. JimJ.
    May 22, 2006
    Why would anyone go to see a movie that claims to be accurate when the author didn't even get basic details correct (e.g., Scrolls found in 1947 not 1950s). 60 Minutes also showed that it was all a hoax from the start. It may be a sell out, but only in the sense that Judas sold out and Pilate gave into what the crowd wanted. It's all about the money and bending into pressure. Expand

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