Nostradamus (2001) Movie Review

Nostradamus (2001)

2001 | Documentary
52 minutes /

User Score: 60/100

Synopsis:

Who was Nostradamus? What are his predictions about the future? A documentary about this mysterious man who, according to some investigators, could predict huge events like the Second World War.

Nostradamus Review

The battle for the future has begun.  Only the past can save it.  While pursuing their suspect, Michael is mysteriously transported back to 16th century France.  There he confronts Garamond (Finton McKeown - Walking Ned Divine), leader of the Sixth Order.  Michael discovers the nexus between past and present has been erased through the use of a secret time machine created by Leonardo da Vinci.  An enemy of the Sixth Order, La Font (Michael Gwynne) helps Michael escape and reveals that he, Michael, is actually the legendary Nostradamus.  La Font explains the Sixth Order’s plan to eliminate certain souls and bring about Armageddon - the final confrontation between good and evil.  Michael returns to the present day, only to discover that no one knows him, except the psychic Lucy.  Now a battle for the future has begun and only he stop it.


About Nostradamus (2001)

Title: Nostradamus
AKA: Nostradamus: Beyond the Prophecies
Year: 2001
Runtime: 52 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Documentary
Reviewer:
Score: 1.5 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 5
Starring: Chad Bantner, Brad Douglas, John Hogue
Writers: Joel Bailey, Ed Foster

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