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      The Mark

      2012 1h 38m Action List
      Reviews 35% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings Chad (Craig Sheffer) is implanted with the world's only working biometric computer chip. The chip has the power to change the world, and Joseph Pike (Gary Daniels) intends to steal it and use it for his own agenda. Read More Read Less

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      Audience Member Seems like a generic version of left behind. The remake version of Left Behind. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 02/19/23 Full Review Audience Member When your grandparents ask if you want to watch a movie they ordered from a Christian say no. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/26/23 Full Review Audience Member Couldn't even watch the whole thing. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/31/23 Full Review Audience Member Synopsis: War veteran Chad Turner (Craig Sheffer) was guarding a top secret project involving a microchip that is inserted into and powered by the human body...when, out of nowhere, he gets the chip injected into himself! Cooper (veteran actor Eric Roberts, In the Blink of an Eye) visits him in the hospital and informs him that they must immediately fly to Berlin for the G20 Summit to introduce the new chip. Though Chad immediately makes friends with airline stewardess Dao (Sonia Couling) and journalist Jodi upon boarding the flight, it seems that there are terrorists aboard who will stop at nothing to get their hands on that new microchip! Chad remembers what his brother, who was a Christian, told him: Every life has a purpose. The soldier knows what it is, and what he must do...but it's easier said than done when not only do you have terrorists after you, but you're thousands of feet in the air! Produced by Pure Flix, makers of What If...?, The Imposter, and Jerusalem Countdown. Artistic Merit Plot: 4/5 "End times" movies usually seem to have weird plots that make me wonder whether or not the end will happen anywhere close to the way they say it will, but this one seems a bit more grounded in reality. Though the film is a bit slow for the first third, after that, things really pick up! It's as intense as an old-school movie serial, no question! However, the cliffhanger ending will make you want to get the sequel ASAP, which might prove hard unless you already have it. Production Values: 4.25/5 Other than one set that looked like something from a high school play, and the fact that the SDHs (subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing) have a couple of typos and don't even appear during a crucial part of the movie--though, thankfully, they don't lag anymore! Yay!--the movie is quite well-produced, and is not the kind of schlock-fest that C Me Dance was. The action sequences and acting were especially impressive. Moral Content Positive Elements: 4.5/5 The main moral of this story is that every life has a purpose (Psalm 139:14), which is an important lesson regardless of your beliefs about the "end times". Also, as you'd expect, faith in God is respected (Psalm 14:1; John 14:6), and at least one character who didn't believe at the start of the film finds salvation by the time the credits roll (James 5:19-20). A flashback shows someone giving up his own life for that of his sibling (John 15:13). Sex: 5/5 None. Nudity: 4.5/5 A unnamed, non-speaking female character appears briefly in a somewhat short skirt with slits on the sides that reveal even more. Language: 4.5/5 One usage of the British profanity "b-----ks". Violence: 1.25/5 When the Dove Foundation can't even give it their approval for ages twelve and up, you know you're dealing with a rather violent film. Though there is absolutely zero gore, several people get killed--including some innocent ones--and blood stains are quite prevalent. We see quite a few fisticuffs, guns blaze more than once, and someone's dead body is even sent down a chute. I can't see how the MPAA would not have rated this "PG-13"; the only reason they didn't was because the studio never submitted it for a rating. Drugs: 4/5 Alcoholic beverages are consumed by the villains, and you can see what appears to be wine bottles in the background in one or two scenes. Frightening/Intense Scenes: 0.5/5 Along with what I described under "Violence," even the opening title sequence, which describes stock markets plummeting and other worldly perils, are a bit scary. Later in the film, it is reported that natural disasters are hitting the entire planet, and the movie ends with a scene implying a city is on fire. Even the fact that the whole movie revolves around a plane being hijacked may be too reminiscent of 9/11 for some folks. This is definitely not for the VeggieTales crowd. Conclusion: What a riveting movie. If you think Christian movies are all dry Biblical epics or boring family dramas, you should definitely check this out; it's better-produced than usual for a Christian film. However, I would think twice before renting this for a family movie night or an elementary school lock-in; the themes, intensity, violence, and all-around dark tone makes this inappropriate for the younger set. It may not sound right for a Christian movie to be "for mature audiences only," but even the Bible isn't all kid stuff. Based on what I've said above, you should know whether this if for you/your kid(s) or not. Score: 4/5 Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/16/23 Full Review william s There are alot of things to overlook in this flick but I was ok with most.....think Air Force One meets the Left Behind serise. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member Another entry in the Christian end-times genre. Whether you believe or not, if the focus is on story and not just message, these can be fun action-adventure outings. Unfortunately, The Mark tries a bit to hard to deliver the message instead of letting it unfold throughout. It is a bit uneven throughout especially in dialogue (again message vs story) and with the exception of the leads, the acting tends towards the amateur - noticeably and distractingly. Which is too bad because it does have a decent plot and Sheffer and Roberts definitely have the ability to pull it off. I was glad to see a sequel coming, hopefully they can address some of the shortcomings. A bit tighter and it would have been a much better experience. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/19/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis Chad (Craig Sheffer) is implanted with the world's only working biometric computer chip. The chip has the power to change the world, and Joseph Pike (Gary Daniels) intends to steal it and use it for his own agenda.
      James Chankin
      David A.R. White, Russell Wolfe
      Original Language
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Mar 2, 2020
      1h 38m