The Final Inquiry is one of those movies you are glad you ran into.
Jerusalem, Roman World
Tiberius, Peter the Apostle
Daniele Liotti, Dolph Lundgren, Hristo Shopov, Mnica Cruz, Christo Jivkov, Max von Sydow, Vincenzo Bocciarelli, Fernando Guilln Cuervo, F. Murray Abraham, Francesca De Sapio, Maria Pia Calzone, Anna Kanakis, Enrico Lo Verso, Ornella Muti, Giulio Base
I had such low expectations for this movie, but was glad to have been proven wrong.
I know about the negative reviews this movie has gotten and some of the criticism is well deserved while some of it is a bit unfair.
Regardless of what anybody says, the film remains a fabulous watch for history movie lovers, Christians and, believe it or not, non-Christians will find it quite interesting.
It begins with the earthquake that was felt in Cyprus by Emperor Tiberius of Rome around 35 A.D.
The sky turns dark and the emperor becomes increasingly curious.
Tauro, a secret investigator he has chosen, is immediately summoned from a campaign where he's undertaking Germanic tribesmen.
His job is to get to the bottom of these events, although the Emperor thinks they have something to do with a certain man named Jesus.
What they'll discover will forever change their lives, but Caligula does not seem to like it.
Rest of review coming soon.
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