Left Behind II: Tribulation Force

"Terrible"

Left Behind II: Tribulation Force Review


Remember how all the faithful vanished in Left Behind? Well, they're still gone in Left Behind II, which is somehow even worse than the original film, although we are all out of room on the ratings scale to actually go any lower. I doubt of course that this review will sway anyone determined to see the film, but I'll try any way. It's an ultra-low budget affair, filled with cornball dialogue, impossible plot points, and atrocious acting. The story has the Left Behind survivors dealing now with the rise of the Antichrist (Gordon Currie), who's actually the head of the UN, determined to, well, do whatever it is the Antichrist does during the end of the world. Will Buck Williams (Kirk Cameron) stop him? (He is a journalist, after all!) Rest assured, there's at least one more Left Behind movie already in the can and at least 12 books in the series...


Facts and Figures

Run time: 30 mins

In Theaters: Wednesday 25th September 2002

Production compaines: Cloud Ten Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 1 / 5

IMDB: 5.4 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Bill Corcoran

Producer: Peter Lalonde, Nicholas Tabarrok

Starring: as Buck Williams, as Rayford Steele, Clarence Gilyard as Pastor Bruce Barnes, as Chloe Steele, as Nicolae Carpathia, Chelsea Noble as Hattie Durham, Krista Bridges as Ivy Gold, Lubomir Mykytiuk as Rabbi Tsion Ben Judah, Christopher Bondy as Steve Plank, Christie MacFadyen as Irene Steele, David Macniven as Chris Smith, as Young Man in Church, as Witness Eli, Louis Negin as Witness Moishe, as House Speaker, Rudy Webb as WMF Representative, Howard Jerome as GNN Security Guard Joe, Lorn Eisen as Israeli Officer, Jacqueline Leung as Woman in Church, as Angelic Woman, Brian Kaulback as Burned Fireman, as Young Man in Church

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