Nomads (2002) Movie Review

Nomads (2002)

2002 |

User Score: 67/100


Jack is the nomad of the film's title. He is a homeless street performer who brings Shakespeare's soliloquies...

Nomads Review

Lesley-Anne Down (Night Trap),  gives a riveting performance (L.A. Weekly) and Pierce Brosnan (The World Is Not Enough)  proves himself a top talent (Judith Crist) in ‘the moststylish supernatural-themed chiller’since Carrie (Variety)! Writer/director John McTiernan (The Thomas Crown Affair, Die Hard), assisted by a haunting score from OscarĂ‚(r) winner* Bill Conti (Rocky), delivers a chiller thriller [that’s] brimming with menace and suspense (Judith Crist)!  They creep. They kill and no one knows who they are or where theycame from. But when these rootless, demonic spirits descend on a determined doctor, all hell breaksloose. Bitten by a dying madman named Jean Pommier (Brosnan), Dr. Eileen Flax (Down) becomes the vessel for his turbulent and insane thoughts. Thrust into his last days, she is shocked to discover the existence of mysterious and murderous demons on a quest for destruction and begins her own quest to somehow stop before she joins Pommier in his horrifying fate!  *1983: Original Score, The RightStuff

About Nomads (2002)

Title: Nomads
AKA: Nomad
Year: 2002
Type: Movie
Score: 2.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 3.3/5 stars from 6 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 6
Starring: Ray Bickel, Richard Dean, Joe Black, Joe Quillin, Kanoa Jones, Susan Bickel, Matthew Pinkerton, Jeff D'Agostino, Amanda Revell, Leslie Holmes, Jeff Nicholson, Don Sneed, Arizona Winters, Samuel Ceridon, Chris Mast, Bob Gumbrecht, Steve Krening, Timothy Reed, Jenna Messer, Theron LaBounty, Cathryn Farnsworth, Kari Kwinn, Mariah Martin, Sarah Faith D'Agostino, Ken Kovar, Jim Griffin
Writers: Matt Eggers
Director: Matt Eggers

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