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      The Seventh Sign

      R Released Apr 1, 1988 1 hr. 37 min. Horror List
      15% 20 Reviews Tomatometer 49% 10,000+ Ratings Audience Score Prior to his death on the crucifix, Jesus Christ (Jürgen Prochnow) was offered a drink of water, a kind act turned away by a Roman soldier. These events play a profound role in occurrences during modern times, which some construe as signs of Christ's return and the apocalypse. While Abby Quinn (Demi Moore) believes the end is coming and that her unborn child may be in danger as a result, Father Lucci (Peter Friedman), a Vatican agent, is doubtful no matter what evidence she presents. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Jan 16 Buy Now

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      Khushnood A Seventh sign was overlooked by critics upon release in 1988, even here on Rotten Tomatoes, the plot is mentioned " an evil has awakened ", that is incorrect, makes you wonder if movies are watched before passing reviews. Nevertheless, this movie is a fine supernatural chiller with religious roots. It has engaging performances with a unfolding mystery that keeps you riveted, atmosphere is well crafted with dark spooky imagery, Demi moore & Jurgen Procknow deliver some intense moments on screen. This movie deserves much more credit Rated 5 out of 5 stars 04/14/23 Full Review Thomas S I love this movie. You neg-heads just didn't get it, which is sad. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 04/10/23 Full Review Steve D Frustrating and dull. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 03/02/23 Full Review kevin c Demi Moore plays a pregnant woman who is looking forward to giving birth after previously miscarrying. A stranger renting a room from her predicts that giving birth to her child will unleash the seventh sign which will end the world. I've always dug this movie, it took itself seriously and emitted a pretty creepy vibe to it with its religious overtones. Michael Biehn and Jurgen Prochnow costar. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member It kept my attention and was very well written. Demi and Michael are great actors. Very believable. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 04/23/22 Full Review Audience Member Ok biblical end of the world based on Jewish texts of Joel, Jewish mysticism and St. John's Revelations. Nothing great but ok. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/27/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Sara Michelle Fetters MovieFreak.com Moore, as impassioned as her performance might be, is hopelessly miscast as Abby. Rated: 1.5/4 Nov 5, 2018 Full Review Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times [Moore] provides a strong center to the film, but the rest of it, alas, is all over the map. Rated: 2/4 Jan 1, 2000 Full Review Matt Brunson Film Frenzy Not to be confused with Ingmar Bergman's masterpiece The Seventh Seal (as if!), The Seventh Sign is an ofttimes admirable yet mostly silly supernatural thriller. Rated: 2/4 Nov 2, 2020 Full Review David Bax Battleship Pretension The Seventh Sign takes the end of the world and turns it into some sort of Revelation-themed escape room. Nov 5, 2018 Full Review Mike McGranaghan Aisle Seat Many of the performances are over-dramatic, the plot is difficult to follow, and the movie takes itself so seriously that it's often tempting to laugh at it. All in all, The Seventh Sign is a mess. Rated: 1/4 Sep 10, 2018 Full Review Frank Swietek One Guy's Opinion Rated: 1/5 Mar 30, 2007 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis Prior to his death on the crucifix, Jesus Christ (Jürgen Prochnow) was offered a drink of water, a kind act turned away by a Roman soldier. These events play a profound role in occurrences during modern times, which some construe as signs of Christ's return and the apocalypse. While Abby Quinn (Demi Moore) believes the end is coming and that her unborn child may be in danger as a result, Father Lucci (Peter Friedman), a Vatican agent, is doubtful no matter what evidence she presents.
      Director
      Carl Schultz
      Executive Producer
      Paul R. Gurian
      Screenwriter
      George Kaplan, W.W. Wicket
      Production Co
      TriStar Pictures
      Rating
      R
      Genre
      Horror
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Apr 1, 1988, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Apr 16, 2012
      Box Office (Gross USA)
      $16.5M
      Sound Mix
      Surround, Stereo
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