Watch the trailer. Left Behind finds commercial airline pilot Ray Steele Nicholas Cage struggling to keep his passengers calm and his plane afloat after the Biblical Rapture strikes mid-flight. Anyway, this movie was absolute cancer.
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It should have more passion, more intensity. It should have more bees. All are based on the apocalyptic novels by Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim LaHaye. Director Vic Armstrong , a longtime stuntman making only his second feature and his first in a couple of decades , had a larger budget than the original's, and a more established star in the lead. None of that shows up on screen. The "big" set pieces look small and chintzy, the lighting is hard and flat, and the pacing is a monotonous back-and-forth between an airplane in the skies across the Atlantic and the chaos on the ground below. As the awesomely named Rayford Steele, a philandering airline pilot who sees the light as the end is nigh, Cage needed to bring the wild-eyed, full-bore crazy.
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