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A Christian artifact is fought over by forces of good and evil throughout the centuries. Many people have died trying to unlock the secrets of the Loculus. Now, in the present time, a wealthy family is closer than ever to unlocking its power. The family and the world itself will have to deal with the consequences.
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An ancient relic called the Loculus has been fought over by the forces of light and darkness for 2,000 years. Missing for centuries, the sacred artifact mysteriously reappears in the present as a powerful secret society begins slaughtering innocents to obtain it. Billionaire mogul Magnus Martle (Stamp) is desperate to find and destroy the relic, reluctantly aided by his estranged son Jake, a computer decoding expert, and Mira, a student of alchemy. To succeed, they must combine the ancient arts of sacred geometry, astrology and alchemy with modern cyber skills and cryptography.
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...The bathroom scene is right on the edge of your seat, intense!
Okay, so this is fiction but not particularly good fiction at that.
The film is also quite violent. Some very well-made films such as "Glory" or "The Passion of the Christ" or "Saving Private Ryan" are very violent. Unfortunantly, "Revelation" is not a well-acted masterpiece.
As for a new "messiah" being conceived on the floor of church/pagan temple on Patmos, that was particularly cheesy. The conspiracy theories involving the Catholic Church, Isaac Newton, and various organizations are growing a bit old as well.