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Omen III: The Final Conflict

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Now ambassador to England, Antichrist Damien leads a global manhunt for his age-old enemy.

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  • Actors: Sam Neill, Rossano Brazzi, Don Gordon, Lisa Harrow, Barnaby Holm
  • Directors: Graham Baker
  • Writers: Andrew Birkin, David Seltzer
  • Producers: Andrew Birkin, Harvey Bernhard, Richard Donner
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Spanish (Mono)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: September 5, 2000
  • Run Time: 108 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004TS0I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,476 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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In comparison to "The Omen" and "Damien - Omen II", The Final Conflict is rather weak. It doesn't bring the mounting tension of the earlier films to the satisfactory conclusion one would expect, and Sam Neill's portrayal sometimes lacks a certain intensity. As a horror/thriller film, it's not particularly successful either. The horrific elements are restricted to a handful of scenes and the characters (Dean, Kate, the priests who assist Father DeCarlo in his hunt for Damien) aren't always fleshed out the way they should be. But there are some nice touches, like Damien's monologue in his dark "chapel" and the grand foxhunt sequence. Jerry Goldmith's score is an interesting mixture of bombast and subtlety. And Rossano Brazzi is always enjoyable to watch.
I found the ending awkward and somewhat muddled, and contradictory to key plot points made in the previous films (notably, the importance of having all 7 daggers when trying to destroy Damien) but the film is worth at least a viewing.
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Of course nothing in the Bible says that the anti Messiah needs special knives to be killed. Of course nothing in the Bible says that Messiah will come back in a one on one appearaance for the anti Messiah, and of course the world that is described at the time of His return is nothing like the world shown in the movie. This movie is pure drivel and slow and boring as hell to boot.
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A Kid's Review on November 20, 2004
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I adore this movie. It is my favourite in the trilogy. For a low-buget film, I'd say they did a pretty good job. People complain about the acting and direction all the time, but some of the actors weren't very experienced at the time and it was the director's first film. I congratulate them for making such a good movie.
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The first film, THE OMEN, is one of my all-time favorite movies, but the sequels go from watchable (DAMIEN: OMEN II) to downright baffling.

By the time we get to this film, THE FINAL CONFLICT, it appears that the filmmakers have completely lost touch with their source material and have no idea what they're doing.

Did any of them bother looking at the Book of Revelations?

I understand budget restraints and such, but how can you literally change biblical prophecy to fit their lame story?

The people who saw the original film and were filled with dread understood the coming evil embodied in the demonic child.

By the time they get to THE FINAL CONFLICT, they've got to be scratching their heads.

The Second Coming of Christ is going to be a tad bit more cataclysmic than featured here.

And the fate of the Antichrist is completely baffling.

THE FINAL CONFLICT is like making a movie about Adolph Hitler and he's assassinated in 1936.

Think about it.
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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!
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I expected Damien the anti-Christ to be further along in his diabolical plans before he would die. Damien is just an ambassador to the UK when he is killed. Instead of bringing the world to the brink of an apocalypse, he is out fox-hunting in the English countryside. With so little of importance at stake, the "final conflict" between Damien and Christ is rather feeble and anti-climactic, like getting a Pinto when you expected a Porsche.
This is especially disappointing because the second film was setting up a plot line in which Damien's company would have a strangle-hold on the world's food supply. I was hoping for global chaos in Omen III -- food riots, revolutions, etc. Omen III briefly reminds us of what Damien's company is trying to do but then drops that plot line completely. Hence the third film does not seem to be organically connected to its predecessor. Indeed, no characters from Omen II except Damien get screen time in Omen III. It's as if with Omen III someone else took over writing the screenplay and decided to take it in a different direction.
It also is odd that Damien was supposed to be such an assiduous student of biblical prophecies but overlooked the prophecy that appears on the screen at the end of the film. What, was Damien's bible missing a few pages of Revelations?
There are some well done scenes, but this film does not measure up to the first two films. Still, it is fun in its own trashy way.
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