The Apocalypse is a film made by Christian film company Faith Films (no profit to be gained in this field). My dad selected this film along with a few others for our Father-Son Christmas Movie Marathon. Although my dad exceeds me in many fields (particularly in those involving science and mathematics), I pride myself in the ability to pick a good movie. This movie, my friend, would not be my top choice.
I like to review my movie using a criteria that I have set up, here it goes: STORY: A meteor the size of Texas is about to hit Earth. Sound familiar? (the answer would be Armageddon). SOUND: The background noise provides a fog over the dialog delivered by the less-than-talented cast. CAST: Like I said before, less-than-talented. DIRECTOR: Let me put it this way just to be fair, he's no Steven Spielberg. PRODUCTION VALUES: Low budget, at best. 4 types of scenery: house, car, church (no surprise), and a park. Special effects involve flaming tennis balls being shot at a bunch of campers in the beginning of the movie.
The only way my dad and I found this movie slightly tolerable was through the magic of the fast-forward button found on our DVD player remote. If you are a Christian person who desires a Christian movie, please look elsewhere. This movie has no Christian in it at all (except for a miserably 10 minute long church scene). I live in a Mormon neighborhood, and I doubt that they watch this movie on Sunday morning sermons (at least I think Mormonism is a part of Christianity, I'm not a Christian). Dearest reader, I am now at my knees begging you to avoid this movie at all costs...PLEASE!
Review by Anarchy7451 from the Internet Movie Database.