The Rapture (1991)

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Directed by: Michael Tolkin

Stars: Mimi Rogers, David Duchovny, Darwyn Carson

Language: English | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Webrip

Description: A telephone operator living an empty, amoral life finds God and loses him again.

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7 Responses to The Rapture (1991)

  1. Wendel says:

    Mimi Rogers had a host of good films that went direct to video and nobody ever saw. This is one of them and Reflections on a Crime was another.

    • Richard says:

      It didn’t exactly set the box office on fire, but the Rapture definitely was not a direct-to-video film. I saw it at the Seven Gables Theater in Seattle during it’s initial release.

  2. Richard says:

    This was an AWESOME movie. It’s one of those movie that reads exactly opposite to different people. If you are a fundamentalist Christian, you might watch this movie and think “Wow, a great movie that treats the Rapture absolute seriously and as described in the bible” and if you were a rationalist you might think “Wow, a great movie that shows what a deteriorating mind actually imagines seeing while her world collapses around her.”

    You really can read it either way. I love this movie

  3. Paul says:

    I’ve always found Mimi Rogers fascinating. The fact that she was older than Tom Cruise, I thought of her as a ‘milf’ before milf was even a concept or a word.

    Glad to have this in high def, thank you Rarelust.

  4. Vinnie H says:

    I remember this one. Mimi shows off her nice stack and gets b*nged.

    She has a dull office job and uses sex for a hobby before she finds God.

    Thanks, RL!

  5. Frank says:

    First, I’ve never seen a movie where the sex was so depressing. Second, having been raised in a life destructive cult (Jehovah’s Witness) I loved the theological/ethical/personal quandary the main character has to deal with. It can be tough when ‘belief’ meets reality. And to end up in purgatory demanding answers from God…. priceless! Thanks Lusty:)

  6. George Hargensen says:

    Excellent film! Really thought-provoking.

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