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The time is coming. The seals are breaking. Judgment is at hand. As the signs of the apocalypse come to pass, only one woman can stop the impending supernatural doom in this taut and riveting thriller. Demi Moore stars as Abby Quinn, a young woman who discovers that she and her unborn child play a terrifying part in the chain of events destined to end the world. Already troubled with a difficult pregnancy, Abby grows more distraught once she and her husband (Michael Biehn, The Terminator) rent their studio apartment to David (Jürgen Prochnow, In The Mouth Of Madness), an enigmatic drifter. As Abby becomes ensnared in a series of otherworldly experiences, it becomes apparent that David is carrying out the mythical prophecies of Judgment Day ... and that she has been chosen as the instrument of the Seventh Sign. But can Abby (or anyone) stand between the wrath of God and the future of humanity?
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I have been a fan of the genre, ever since I saw "The Omen" back in 1976. If you like these types of movies, you should also check out "Revelations". This movie, "The Seventh Sign" is not as good, in my opinion as The Omen, Omen II, Omen III:Final Conflict, and Revelations. However, it is well-made and the acting performances were very good. Perhaps one of the most solid performances from Demi Moore in her career. Michael Biehn and Jurgen Prochnow also lend their talents here.
The end of the world is coming, according to the signs. River water turning to blood, ice in the desert, and the moon changing colors are all signs that the end is near for mankind. The premise here is that the supply of souls in heaven has run out, and when the first soul-less baby is born, the destruction of mankind will be irreversibly set in motion.
The story takes place in Venice, CA. Of all places for mankind to prevent the apocalypse it had to be here, right? Well, you have to be willing to buy into it, naturally. An exotic setting, perhaps somewhere in old world Europe or the Middle East would have been my preference, but California is what we have. Abby and Russell Quinn play a young couple who is trying to have a child. Their first attempt ended in stillbirth. One day, a stranger claiming to be a linguist arrives in town and asks to rent the couple's garage loft. Not long after, a mysterious priest starts meddling in the couple's affairs, doing everything in his power to ensure that Russell's client (he is a lawyer) faces execution for his crimes.
This is a pretty good movie. If you have seen those other movies above, and you liked them, you will most likely like this one.