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The Trump Prophecy is a movie starring Chris Nelson, Paulette Todd, and Karen Boles. A fireman and public servant Mark Taylor hears a special message from God about change in our nation. When Mary Colbert, a networker and connector...

Genres
Drama
Director
Stephan Schultze
Starring
Don Brooks, Karen Boles, Paulette Todd, Chris Nelson

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Stephan Schultze
Writer Mary Colbert, Jimmy Hager, Mark Taylor, Rick Eldridge
Stars Don Brooks, Karen Boles, Paulette Todd, Chris Nelson
Country USA
Also Known As Commander
Runtime 2 h
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A fireman and public servant Mark Taylor hears a special message from God about change in our nation. When Mary Colbert, a networker and connector of Christian ministries, hears Mark's message she feels called to start a national prayer movement which grows to thousands of people across our nation praying together for the leadership of America and a return to the godly principles we were founded upon. The Trump Prophecy tells the story of Mark Taylor and Mary Colbert through the election of 2016 followed by a reflective time hearing from leaders in various sectors of faith, business, finance, military, and world affairs who respond with their perspective on what it takes to make America great again.

Top reviews

Saturday, 30 May 2020 11:20

I just finished watching this movie for the first time and to be honest, I was very disappointed with it. The story was terrible, the characters were not well developed and the ending was very abrupt and unclear. I could not connect to any of the characters and I found myself losing interest in the story in a lot of places. I guess it was because I had no idea what I was watching, but it did not feel like a documentary. I could not connect to the characters and the story and it just felt so amateur. The story is hard to follow and there were some scenes that were very hard to understand. I was hoping to see more of the characters and get to know them a little better. The film was very dull and boring and I was not really sure what it was about. I have seen many documentaries on the Trump phenomenon, but this one was not very interesting to me. It was not like I was at all interested in what was going on, I just wanted to get through it and be done with it. I felt that this movie could have been better. It did not have enough of a story and did not have enough character development. I am not a fan of Trump, but I will admit that I do like him. I do not really like politicians and believe he will be the most corrupt president in history. It was not clear at all what the point of the film was. It was not a documentary. It did not connect with me and I did not feel like I had any connection with any of the characters. I just could not get into it and I could not see the point of it. It was not a great movie, but it could have been better. If you like documentaries, I recommend this movie to you, but I do not recommend this movie to anyone.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 22:43

The Trump Prophecy is not a gripping drama, nor is it a profound meditation on the times in which it was made. It's not a documentary, either. It's not a musical, either. It's not a comedy, either. It's not even a drama. The story is about three men who lived their lives as if they were in a dramatic play and are now living their lives as if they were in a political drama. In each case, they are sharing a bathroom together. When one of them dies, their time is up. The men in question are about to meet their maker and are at odds over how to proceed. One is a former KGB agent, the other is a disgraced politician. Their roles in life were never a coincidence. They knew that there would be some sort of conclusion, but they didn't really want to think about it. They are about to meet their maker, and that is what drives the story. As they argue, one man offers to do the killing himself. What follows is a series of escalating scenes and counter-scenes, all with the actors playing roles as if they were playing them. The roles are similar, but not identical. What seems to be an abrupt shift in mood from the onset of the scene to the end is not a switch in mood. It is a transition in the way that the actors are acting. It is the director's way of showing us that these men are playing roles, not roles. Each is a mirror image of the other. What they are playing is not a drama, but a game. There is a reason for this. The men in question never planned to play a dramatic role. They were only given a mirror image of roles. These roles are not dramatic, but a kind of game. They are playing roles. And this is what drives the film. When you are not sure of the outcome of a scene, the director takes the role of the actor. The way that he does this is not to make the actor act, but to make him act. If you watch the film closely, you'll notice that the actors are acting the way they are playing roles. It's not just the way that they are acting. It's how they are acting. And this is what drives the story. These men are not actors. They are playing roles, not roles. They are playing roles, and the roles are playing roles. The actors are not acting. The roles are not acting. They are acting. In the end, the film ends on a note that is familiar to everyone in
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 22:35

Here in Australia we have the "Sheng rui" (simplest translation) - a group of Chinese people who live in Australia and actively support the Chinese people in their struggle against the Chinese Communist government. These Chinese people are mainly high school students and university graduates. They go to Melbourne to protest for democracy and human rights. But sometimes they are scared to go out on the streets. One day a young Chinese man named "Charlie" (Chang) falls in love with a Australian woman named "Gretchen" (Li). She is a very wealthy business woman. At the beginning of the movie we are not sure if she is actually a "sheng rui" but later we find out that she is a sheng rui. She is probably the most rich person in the group. She has all the money and doesn't need to work and save to live in luxury. But when she falls in love with Charlie, she starts to think about her own wealth. And this is where the plot of the movie starts. We see the sheng rui try to save the life of Charlie. They argue and try to help him and try to convince him to leave his girlfriend. They even threaten her with his business and with the police if she doesn't change her mind. But the only way they can make her change her mind is to make her leave the group. And this is where the movie starts to become a serious drama. But I think that the movie is more of a drama than a drama about political issues. It is about love and how you can never be happy without the person you love. I think the best thing about this movie is that it is a bit slow. You see a lot of emotions and you don't know how to relate to any of the characters. The story is just about two people falling in love, but it is very well done. It's like watching two people in love. It's interesting and it keeps you thinking. The cinematography is amazing. I can't believe that I am watching a movie that was shot in Malaysia. It's incredible to see the movie in a different country. And the music was very good. The score is so beautiful and inspiring. It's great to hear Chinese music being played in Australia. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a good movie. You don't need to have a college education or even a really high IQ to see this movie. You just need to be open-minded and have a nice attitude.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 14:19

I saw this movie last night at a local theater. I love it, and I was so excited when I saw it. I couldn't wait for it to come out on DVD. I just watched it a second time and it was even better. There are so many different parts of this movie that I enjoyed so much. I love how the movie is narrated. It was awesome, I can't say enough about it. I love how the movie starts out with a huge blow-up of a World Trade Center building. I was also really into the first part of the movie. It really shows what life is like in the city, how easy it is to get into trouble, and how the actions of the people, especially the older generation, are really making a difference. I really liked the part when they get on the plane and the older generation begins to walk into the plane with their belongings and the young people carry their bags. I also love how the older generation takes the younger generation aside and gives them advice. I also like how they use the young people to tell them what to do. I really like how they talk about how young people have no morals. It really shows that they're really going against what they know to be right. I also liked how they really get into the personality of the older people. I really liked the scene where they go to a party and they meet the older generation and they talk about how it's a place to have fun and to be happy and to have fun. I also like how they play a part of how the people are really supporting the younger generation. I also liked how the older people really do care about the younger people. I also liked how they really have their own values. I really enjoyed the part where they really do know what's right. I also really enjoyed the scene where they are in a mall and the older people come and tell them what they need to do. I also really enjoyed how the older generation helps the younger people get into the car and make sure they have all the necessities. I really enjoyed how they really don't get mad or yell at them. I also really liked how they are actually happy with what they're doing. I really loved the part where they go to a party and the older generation is there. I also really liked how they get to go to a restaurant and try to get to know the older generation. I really like the scene where they are going to a car dealership and the older generation gets angry because the younger people aren't going to buy what they want. I also really like


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