Watch: Omen III: The Final Conflict 1981 123movies, Full Movie Online – Now come into his full knowledge and power, the Anti-Christ in the body of Damien Thorne is about to strike his final blow. The Christ-child has been born again, on the Angel Isle, Great Britain (Scotland, England & Wales). The plan is simple, kill the Christ child to prevent him from growing up to bring the return of Christ and death of the Anti-Christ..
Plot: Damien Thorn has helped rescue the world from a recession, appearing to be a benign corporate benefactor. When he then becomes U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Damien fulfills a terrifying biblical prophecy. He also faces his own potential demise as an astronomical event brings about the second coming of Christ.
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Sam Neill was great, even with some of the cheesier dialogue, as Damien. Feels a bit of an underwhelming conclusion to a trilogy but still was entertaining in a shocking way, going places not many films go… **3.0/5**
Slay The Nazarene!
The Final Conflict is directed by Graham Baker and written by David Seltzer and Andrew Birkin. It stars Sam Neill, Rossano Brazzi, Don Gordon, Lisa Harrow, Barnaby Holm and Mason Adams. Music is by Jerry Goldsmith and cinematography by Phil Meheux and Robert Paynter.
The third and final part of “The Omen Trilogy” sees adult Antichrist Damien Thorn (Neill) now as a massive mover in industry and about to shift towards politics. As he surges towards the top, with a biblical prophecy about to come true, the second coming of Christ and a religious order look to be the only hope for mankind.
Although it’s undeniably the weakest of the trilogy, this does however close things down without utter embarrassment. Bringing to attention Sam Neill as an actor to note, where he is splendidly sinister, we are however burdened with a too long running for what is a surprisingly bloodless affair.
The dark shades in the narrative are strong enough to keep us hooked in (yikes, infanticide), but there’s too many unanswered questions and ignorance of continuity requirements from the previous two films. While it ends on a hopelessly twee religious Christmas card crescendo.
Ultimately it’s more a case of being one for fans of the series only, where the story reaches the conclusion for those who began the journey back in 1976. For casual observers, though, the lethargic nature of this particular beast is likely to bore and grate. 6/10
This was great i think,, you have Damien all grown up,, not a kid anymore,, this is pretty cool i think,, now you have all that evil in an adult, which by the way is very scary, Sam Neill does a wonderful job in this, and is very creepy evil at the same time. Add to the fact that the plot was very good too,, you have the monks trying to kill Damien for one,, then you have Damien trying to kill all of the male babies born of the 24th of March,, makes for a very interesting race against time for Damien. If you follow the trilogy though the timeline is quite off, but i guess when they made the first one, they didn’t realize it would become a franchise,, but nonetheless, over the past week i have watched all 3 of the Omen’s and have seen the new one in the Theatre’s when it came out,, i think the trilogy is very good with the story tied together the way it is, overall i give this part 3 a definite thumbs up.
Banana Peel Humor and Grown Up Romance
The horror in this movie is so bad it’s funny! Every time a monk gets anywhere near Damien the poor guy falls off a bridge or drops down a hole or just slips on a banana peel or something.
On the other hand, the smart and pretty lady reporter gets her hands on Damien right away, without any trouble. It’s said that Sam Neill who plays Damien and Lisa Harrow who plays Kate Reynolds were actually falling in love for real as this movie was being made. It really shows! Aside from being just gorgeous, Lisa Harrow was a good actress. You can see that her character has at least three sides to her. As a reporter, she’s intrigued by Damien’s vast wealth and growing political power. As a mother, she’s frightened of his influence over her troubled teenage son. And as a woman, she can’t help responding to the sheer excitement of his darkly sexual charisma. But what makes this interesting is that the story line always treats her character with respect. Her sexual feelings don’t cancel out her heart or her intelligence, they just make her more mature and sympathetic.
Why is it that major stars like Julia Roberts and Meg Ryan never play anyone half as interesting as this?
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 48 min (108 min)
Director Graham Baker
Writer Andrew Birkin, David Seltzer
Actors Sam Neill, Rossano Brazzi, Don Gordon
Country United Kingdom, United States
Awards 1 win
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex, Panavision C-Series Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Technicolor
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Panavision (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format 35 mm