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Format: DVD
Sku: 214870220
UPC: 043396343504
UPC 14: 00043396343504
Rating: Game Rating Code
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"When the Last Angel Falls, the Fight for Mankind Begins."|When the Last Angel Falls, the Fight for Mankind Begins.
At a remote desert truck stop, the fate of the world will be decided. Evil's armies are amassing. Armed and united by the archangel michael, a group of strangers become unitting soldiers on the frontlines of the apocalypse. Their mission: to protect a waitress and her unborn child from the demonic legion.

"The film has enough entertaining action and sly humor to please its target audience.  Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter
"Often resembles a prime John Carpenter thriller...  Keith Uhlich, Time Out New York

Editor's Note
Scott Stewart's supernatural thriller LEGION, scripted by Peter Schink, concerns a group of strangers in an out-of-the-way eatery who become the first line of defense when God, believing the human race is no longer worthy of Him, decides to end their existence. This motley crew's only spiritual ally is the archangel Michael, played by Paul Bettany. Dennis Quaid, Tyrese Gibson, Charles S. Dutton, and Lucas Black co-star in the Screen Gems production.


Video Features DVD, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 2.40:1, Dolby Digital (5.1), English, Subtitled, French, Dubbed & Subtitled

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Sony
Video Release Date Release Date: 1/3/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 100 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2010
Video UPC UPC: 00043396343504
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: (unknown/unconverted)

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  2.40:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Dennis Quaid
Video Cast Info Jon Tenney
Video Cast Info Charles S. Dutton
Video Cast Info Lucas Black
Video Cast Info Paul Bettany
Video Cast Info Tyrese Gibson
Video Cast Info Adrianne Palicki
Video Cast Info Willa Holland - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Luce Rains - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Cameron Harlow - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Danielle Lozeau - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Bryan Chapman - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Kaye Wade - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Stephen Oyoung - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Tyra Danielle - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Django Marsh - Voice
Video Cast Info Josh Stamberg - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Kevin Durand - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Kate Walsh - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Chuck Hicks - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Doug Jones - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Denny Pierce - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Jeanette Miller - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Scott Stewart - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Marjorie Ergas - Production Manager/UPM
Video Cast Info Richard Mayberry - Makeup
Video Cast Info Spin - Optical/Digital Effects
Video Cast Info Svetlana Britt - Makeup Designer
Video Cast Info Glenn Hetrick - Makeup
Video Cast Info Yancey Arias - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Chris Douridas - Music Director
Video Cast Info Merritt Yohnka - Stunt Coordinator
Video Cast Info John Lindley - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Randy Moore - Special Effects Supervisor
Video Cast Info Gabrielle Petrissans - Set Decorator
Video Cast Info Peter Schink - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info John Frizzell - Composer
Video Cast Info James Grayford - Assistant Director
Video Cast Info Veronica Brebner - Makeup
Video Cast Info John Medlen - Stunt Coordinator
Video Cast Info Inc. Look Effects - Optical/Digital Effects
Video Cast Info The Orphanage - Optical/Digital Effects
Video Cast Info Katie Douthit - Hairstylist
Video Cast Info Scott Stewart - Director

Professional Reviews

"[T]here's a rock-solid sincerity to most of the performances. Bettany conveys the right note of stoic selflessness..." 01/22/2010

Total Film
3 stars out of 5 -- "It's an antidote to the sombre apocalypses of THE ROAD and THE BOOK OF ELI." 02/25/2010

Variety 6 of 10
Heavily armed archangels, flesh-chomping demons, humongous insect hordes and other unsettling signs of the apocalypse are on graphic, garish display in Legion, a dramatically muddled but surprisingly involving Bible-themed fantasy thriller that imagines Armageddon in a dingy roadside diner, a la "The Prophecy" meets "The Petrified Forest." Even when the blood-and-thunder hokiness of the over-the-top plot tilts perilously close to absurdity, the admirably straight-faced performances by well-cast lead players provide just enough counterbalance to sustain aud curiosity and sympathy. Expect strong (if not quite miraculous) opening-weekend biz, followed by extended afterlife on homevid and cable...First-time feature helmer Scott Stewart, co-founder of f/x company the Orphanage, begins with a bang -- several bangs, actually -- in a prologue that vaguely recalls the opening of James Cameron's original "Terminator." No less a luminary than the archangel Michael (Paul Bettany) plops down into a dank Los Angeles alley and, after painfully shedding his wings and loading up with automatic weapons, commandeers a cop car for a race against time...Working from a fanciful script he co-wrote with Peter Schink, helmer Stewart strikes a sometimes effective, sometimes awkward balance between f/x-amped sequences of slam-bang action -- the diner is repeatedly attacked by Gabriel's minions during "Night of the Living Dead"-style onslaughts -- and intensely emotional, dialogue-heavy scenes enhanced by handheld camerawork...Ironically, "Legion" could miss out on attracting some ticketbuyers who might, under different circumstances, be drawn to the pic's subject matter: churchgoers who flock to religious-themed dramas like "Fireproof." They're the ones who'll be most upset by the abundance of F-bombs in the dialogue, and the very idea that God ever should be second-guessed...Tech values are largely impressive, though the editing of some fight scenes causes more confusion than excitement. - Joe Leydon

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