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The Omega Code | 1999 | PG-13 | - 0.5.0

A wealthy businessman (Michael York) steals a code that deciphers prophecies contained in the Bible and tricks a young motivational speaker specializing in mythology (Casper Van Dien) to assist him in his quest to rule the world. Also with Catherine Oxenberg, Michael Ironside, Jan Tríska, Gregory Wagrowski, Devon Odessa, William Hootkins, Robert Ito, Janet Carroll, George Coe, Ravil Issyanov, Ayla Kell, Walter Williamson and Ross McKerras. [1:39]

SEX/NUDITY 0 - A few brief kisses.


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VIOLENCE/GORE 5 - A man is shot (we see blood on the side of his head) and we later see him lying in a hospital bed with a bloody bandage around his head; also, about five other people are shot and killed (we see some blood on two victims' shirts). We see a "spirit" coming out of a man's back; his hand is covered with blood after he feels the back of his head. A man grabs a girl and threatens her with a gun, but he lets her go without harming her. We see men with guns kicking in doors and shooting into rooms. Several instances of threatening with guns; a few people are shot at but not hit. A man is punched in the stomach and face while being interrogated (he has a bloody mouth and a little blood on his face); he spits blood in his captor's face. A man is punched and thrown over a table, a man knocks another unconscious and a man wrings another's hand. A car chase with reckless driving; a few cars run into each other. A man rolls over the hood of a car that nearly hit him. A man dreams he is being chased by a truck and sees skulls floating around him. We learn a man killed his father and that a boy's mother was killed in a car accident. We see video clips of people rioting (we see some punches, shoving and shots fired into the air).Two building explode; we see a corpse with a bloody head wound in the rubble and a woman with a little dirt and blood on her face. We briefly see a bird picking at an animal carcass. We see a small pool of blood next to two corpses. We see papers with some blood stains.


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LANGUAGE 0 - None.


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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Biblical prophecies, good vs. evil, the end of the world, responsibility, faith.

MESSAGE - Faith will save you; it's easy to be fooled into following evil.

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