Babylon A.D. – Movie Review
This is one of the many bad movies I’ve watched over the last few days, and I won’t be spending much time on them. Â Babylon A.D. is set somewhere around 40 years in the future, where America has closed it’s borders for fear of terrorism and everywhere else is pretty much a warzone. Â Vin Diesel plays a retired U.S. Army something or other who is now a mercenary. Â He’s hired to take a woman from a convent to New York, but there is something special about this woman that everyone wants to get their hands on her.
I think the story is based on a book, and that would probably be ok, the story wasn’t terrible, the action sequences weren’t that bad, it was mainly the acting from everyone involved. Â One remarkably bad actor (as always in my opinion) was so heavily made up I didn’t recognize it was Gerard Depardieu until the credits.
Summary: You can skip this movie and see Chronicles of Riddick instead and have way more fun.