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La Profecia Iii El Final De Damien [Blu-ray]

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Año: 1981

Director: Graham Baker

Intérpretes: Sam Neill, Rossano Brazzi, Don Gordon, Lisa Harrow, Barnaby Holm

Calificación Moral: No recomendada para menores de 13 años

Duración: 108 minutos

En esta terrorífica tercera entrega de la saga de La profecía, Damien Thorn (Sam Neill) es en apariencia un bondadoso benefactor que ha salvado al mundo de una recesión. Pero, cuando se convierte en Embajador de los EE.UU en Inglaterra, Damien cumple una terrorífica profecía bíblica que desencadena la mayor orgía de destrucción de todos los tiempos.


Damien Thorn (Sam Neill), De 32 Años, Es Un Ser Cruel, Frío Y Calculador Que Ha Sido Engendrado Por El Diablo Y Cuyo Único Objetivo Es Dominar El Mundo. Con Tal De Conseguir Sus Propósitos Está Dispuesto A Matara Todo El Que Se Cruce En Su Camino. Sólo Un Abnegado Sacerdote (Brazzi), Cuya Misión Es Destruir Al Anticristo Y Que Tiene En Su Poder Las Siete Dagas Sagradas De Megiddo, Se Interpone Entre Damien Y Su Deseo De Sembrar El Caos Y La Destrucción

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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas So much potential 4 de septiembre de 2016
Por Theresa A. Doyle - Publicado en
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So much potential turns to 80s cheese. Case in point, when "the Nazarene" appears at the end, all gauzy and glowing, im saying, "Why did he have to go all Herod/ Metallica on the UK and kill all the male babies born in the same day?" Being the antichrist he certainly must know that Christ (as it reminds in on screen font) returns as King and not as an infant. And why all those knives from Megheto, if one stab-and-remove from some English tart did the trick. Sam Neill is always fun to watch with his twinkling wink. However this time I wasn't charmed. I felt bad for both him and the audience. Watch the tv show Damien instead. Barbara Hershy is creepy AF and Hershel from the Walking Dead rounds out the cast nicely.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Directing During the Fox Hunt Scenes 7 de noviembre de 2013
Por KG - Publicado en
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Completely devoid of the earlier plot elements of the previous productions. Verbatim, Thorn Inc controlling food supply and artificially creating food shortages, and the necessity for all seven daggers to be used in order to destroy Damien. The end of the film couldn't have been more anti climatic as well with Christ receiving a 3 second cameo. Jesus should've eviscerated Damien with light and/or had a lofty diatribe scene in which to leave the viewer satisfied due to the climatic build up posed by the earlier movies. The only reason I am giving the film a five star rating is because, as a fan of the technical aspects of filmmaking, the fox hunting scene was incredible due to its intricacy. The length of the dolly shot and the lighting, both during the chase and when Damien is returning, are marvelous. Bravo to the director for that particular part of the movie, I only wish the dialogue and plot had been commensurate to the directing.

I also wonder what was edited out during production and if the film was butchered due to time constraints. For instance, where the f did "The Watch" come from? Was Damien seeking apostles when he was playing polo and receiving accolades in college? How did he amass such a covenant? How did they meet? Where was that location? Was there a party at some remote, isolated mansion before they descended into a rock quarry? Or are these just the people who were on the geldings during the foxhunt? But wait there were only about 40-60 people at the hunt, how did a thousand people end up there? Are they from the Agency?....etc. So many questions... Oh well.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas "My God, Damien...!" 18 de febrero de 2014
Por metalhead Ted - Publicado en
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The third, and final chapter ( we don't count the made-for-tv #4)
takes us to the lush countryside of England and into the secret private world of The Antichrist, Damien Thorn.
He is now 33 and ready to slowly take over the world. Everything is in place and there is even a scene where he speaks with "The Nazarene" (who in his warped vision has been crucified backwards on the cross in the form of a twisted statue) Certainly blasphemous, Damien is evil and enjoys every minute of it!
He literally rapes and pillages and tries in vain to prevent Christ from returning to Earth(conveniently London, just blocks away from Damien's office- ok, it was a bit hard to believe). Early on, we see the very British Prime Minister who has just been mad dogged into setting up the most elaborate suicide in the history of cinema.
All with a simple typewriter ribbon , a .45 caliber pistol , and a well-timed press conference. After watching it in slo-mo on my flatscreen, I rejoiced as the blood splattered and if you watch closely, a little flap of his scalp falls from the wall behind him. Sam Neill is brilliant and his screen debut proves he is still amazing today. If you are a fan of The Omen, this is one to see right before bedtime , but you may want to keep that Bible on the night stand and put the dogs outside!
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The final showdown 28 de julio de 2010
Por S. Harris - Publicado en
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We finally get to the third film in the Omen movies. Damien is now 32 and the head of Thorn Industries, then going to being the US Ambassador. With this movie, it was told that in the first movie that the Antichrist would rise in the world of Politics and usher in his father's rule. Although there's one thing that stands in Damien's way and that's Jesus Christ that is shown in the constellations signaling his second coming. Not only that but some priest have managed to recover the daggers that were supposed to be used on Damien in the previous two movies, the first time by his dad, then the second time by his uncle, neither of them being successful. When Damien learns of Jesus Christ's second coming, he then tries to do what he can to give himself a upper hand in the confrontation with him, as he orders to have any new born babies born on a date between certain times. By the time that confrontation comes about, I was hoping that there would be more of a confrontation between Damien and Jesus Christ, knowing how the first two films had leading up to this point though I believe that it could've been handled a little better. Overall this gets 3 stars out of 5.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The last of Damian Thorne 15 de abril de 2015
Por 1Gruvychixn - Publicado en
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This is the last movie of the Damian Thorne saga and he just couldnt claim the earth for his father Satan.

This is just my take on this movie. I d prefer not to have scintillating
and clever banter about religion.

Damian Thorne at his worst. He had great plans for taking over the earth but he was bought down because of his inflated ego.

In the end he was bought down by one of his young prodiges.

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