Kids read from comic book #2 and the film is the story, apparently a series of tales. Vinnie Jones is a bad guy who is immortal (making a series easy). He teams up with Danny Trejo to destroy the universe with a slow moving "free flying quark" machine...red quarks anyway. It is about the size of a basketball with a couple of tubes coming out of it. No need for mile long silly accelerators. They need the power of the cross amulet and set a trap for Callan (Brian Austin Green) a good guy fighter with a crew of people which include a bunch of girls who can take a punch to the face, but can't lift their legs above their waist (okay one can.) The fighting choreography was bad. They did their best not to show any real fighting with single moves and cut-aways. The acting and dialogue was sad. The film was made for a nine year old who watches a lot of violence and killing. There seems to be an ultimate war of good vs evil involving magical amulets and high technology, but they avoid any theological references...a faith based action thriller for people without faith. One of the more boring action films I have seen.
Guild: Mild swearing (bastard, damn). No sex or nudity.
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