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    Babylon A.D.

    In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, a battle-hardened mercenary, Toorop, lives by his own code and the credo kill or be killed. When he takes the high-risk job of escorting a woman from Russia to American, he does not know that she is host to an organism that a cult wants to harvest in order to produce a genetically modified Messiah.
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  • Actors of "Babylon A.D."

  • Characters of "Babylon A.D."

    Toorop. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Played by: Vin Diesel
    Sister Rebeka. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Played by: Michelle Yeoh
    Aurora. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Darquandier. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Played by: Lambert Wilson
    Finn. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Played by: Mark Strong
    Killa. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Gorsky. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Dr. Newton. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Played by: Joel Kirby
    Jamal. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Karl. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Played by: Radek Bruna
    Assistant to High Priestess. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Played by: Abraham Belaga
    Neolite Executive. Character of Babylon A.D.
    Played by: Gary Cowan
  • Directors of "Babylon A.D."

    Mathieu Kassovitz. Director of Babylon A.D.
    Mathieu Kassovitz
    Birthdate: 3 August 1967, Paris, France
  • Creators of "Babylon A.D."

    Maurice G. Dantec. Director of Babylon A.D.
    Maurice G. Dantec
    Birthdate: 13 June 1959, Grenoble, France
    Mathieu Kassovitz. Director of Babylon A.D.
    Mathieu Kassovitz
    Birthdate: 3 August 1967, Paris, France
  • Critic Reviews of "Babylon A.D."

    Orlando Sentinel
    July 29, 2014

    The movie has a nice look -- gray, rusted metal exposed to Siberian and Bering Strait snow. What it lacks is coherence and a compelling reason for us to take this often-abrupt journey with Aurora, Toorop and Sister Rebeka.

    At the Movies
    November 07, 2008

    Skip it aggressively.

    At the Movies
    November 07, 2008

    I unfortunately had a seat that faced the screen and I have two hours of my life that I will never get back.

    MovieTime, ABC Radio National
    October 03, 2008

    With his face like a squashed doughnut, and physique like the tyres of a huge truck, Diesel just doesn't inhabit the same planet as Rampling or even Kassovitz himself.

    September 02, 2008

    This is a case of a potentially epic tale being pruned and diced to the point where its underlying ideas are reduced to trite clichés.

    AV Club
    September 02, 2008

    Even if it never finds an audience outside L.A., someone ought to write a book called When Dull Films Happen To Clever Production Designers.

    Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
    July 29, 2014

    Babylon A.D. is a plodding incoherent fiasco, though an oddly compelling one.

    Radio Times
    July 29, 2014

    Despite all its noise and bluster, this big-budget blockbuster is actually a rather slight dystopian sci-fi thriller.

    Georgia Straight
    June 10, 2013

    Ultimately, Babylon A.D. is more of an advertisement for an extended and fixed cut, than an outright failure.

    Matt's Movie Reviews
    January 05, 2012

    To put it bluntly, Babylon A.D. is a cluttered mess. Characters have been under developed, realtionships have no chemistry, and its conclusion feels rushed and leaves too many unresolved questions.

    Common Sense Media
    September 16, 2010

    Violent actioner is dull, dreary, and defective.

    August 01, 2009

    A joyless mess of a movie.

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