6 April 2014 | Uriah43
This movie picks up immediately after a phenomenon known in certain Christian circles as "the Rapture" has taken place. All true Christians have vanished from the face of the earth leaving all those left behind wondering what has happened to them. To get answers two FBI agents named "Adam Riley" (David A. R. White) and "Charles Baker" (Kevin Downes) are assigned the case. At the same time a young Jewish rabbi by the name of "Jacob Krause" (Brad Heller) also seeks some answers and after researching the Bible becomes one of the 144,000 witnesses for Christ as foretold in the book of Revelation. Meanwhile, life begins to change for the worse for everybody. Now, rather than disclose the rest of the story and risk ruining the film for those who haven't seen it I will just say that this is one of the better Christian movies dealing with this particular subject. While I don't believe it fully portrayed how difficult and chaotic things would be it does detail some of the prophesied events in an adequate manner. For example, in this particular movie the "mark of the Beast" is depicted as a small computer chip which is called a "B-chip" and is inserted in the right wrist. Be that as it may, I liked this film and I recommend it to all of those who enjoy movies in this genre. Above average.