The Omen III - The Final Conflict details
|Starring:||Sam Neill, Rossano Brazzi, Don Gordn, Lisa Harrow|
|Studio:||20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
The Omen III - The Final Conflict
|Rental release:||04 Jun 2001|
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The final conflict.By Paul Gager from Pontefract, England , 27 Mar 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]The final installment of the trilogy sees Damien now into his early 30's and is played in this film by a young Sam Neil. Suprisingly i actually found this better than part 2 but still not a patch on the first one. Sam Neil does a good job playing Damien but the film just seems to lack ideas and when the ending finally arrives it was a huge let down...where was the 'go down with a fight' attitude you would expect from Damien?
Worth a watch just to see how the trilogy ends thats all.
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Enjoyed this more than I and IIBy Bassman71 (696 reviews) from Didsbury, England , 17 Jun 2013Damien all grown up now, wants World domination, Second Coming also on its way, mayhem. Despite the ridiculous plot I found myself enjoying this more than I did parts I and II (sacrilege I know!). Sam Neill is excellent as the adult Damien and carries the part off with an arrogant swagger although the set pieces arent as good as the earlier films. The ending is a little flat but the music from Jerry Goldsmith is fantastic.
A Satanic letdownBy RJNeb2 (1012 reviews) from London , 20 Mar 2013Somehow the thought of the anti-Christ as an unsuspecting child was much more sinister. Now that Damiens all grown up, you can pretty much see hes evil incarnate and so theres little suspense in this third outing. Worst of all, the plot tries to make us buy (a) that theres a Second Coming of Christ and (b) that mass murder of babies makes for good cinematic entertainment. You tend to watch these films for their grisly deaths: the ones on view here are decidedly underpowered in comparison with its predecessors.
they don't make films like this any moreBy stefv (58 reviews) , 21 Dec 2012Creepy film with infanticide, Satanism and the young Sam Neill. A proper horror that will stay with you and show fox hunting in a new light.
not a bad filmBy cheesekake (1497 reviews) from uk , 18 Dec 2012the first omen was totally brilliant the second one pretty good, this third one isn't too bad, but i think they're kinda milking it, don't get me wrong love Neill and his work and he does keep this film floating but defo is pushing it having a 3rd one
Good film.By Diane70 (7 reviews) from Manchester , 04 Aug 2011Still as good to watch as the first time round.!! This film never gets boring and just as good as the other two.