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Creed of Gold 2014 123movies

Creed of Gold 2014 123movies

Aug. 12, 2014102 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A cloak & dagger adventure about the Federal Reserve and the international financial conspiracy that threatens the world. Three heroic college students uncover the plot…and risk their lives to expose the secret syndicate. “Gripping drama” says Dove Fnd.
Plot: A cloak & dagger adventure about the Federal Reserve and the international financial conspiracy that threatens the world. Three heroic college students uncover the plot…and risk their lives to expose the secret syndicate. “Gripping drama” says Dove Fnd.
Smart Tags: #student #college #college_student #federal_reserve #conspiracy #banker #secret_organization #corruption


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Premise sounds good, but ,,,,,
The premise of this movie sounded really good and being a fan of thrillers, I thought this was a must watch. Wrong. The acting was so bad it was impossible to get involved in the plot. On top of that, the total lack of subtlety when something secretive or dangerous was about to happen made the movie look very amateurish – which is obviously is. There is not much more I can write about it as I only watched it for twenty minutes. I just could not take any more of it.
Review By: jsbrowne8 Rating: 1 Date: 2017-07-15
Scooby Doo Teens Battle the Illuminati!
If Creed of Gold had one ounce of subtlety, style, or credibility, it would qualify as evil propaganda. Fortunately, it is merely wretched.

A cabal finances the Bolshevik Revolution with gold bars. A Russian reporter finds out, stashing the secret in a library stack before being gunned down by a young man in a Spy vs. Spy outfit (all the henchmen look like members of an intramural diving team). The paper (curiously in Latin not Cyrillic alphabet) is found decades later. Though the consortium could not know anything had been found, assassins materialize instantly to silence the finder dressed in trench coat and fedora two sizes too large. He leaves a wife and son who flee to America. Wife speak perfect English except articles pronouns pass paper to son seconds before takes train to college. The sprawling bucolic campus, whose name sounds like a Hogwarts house, manages to be around the corner from addresses in downtown Manhattan. We know this from the same establishing shot repeated four times.

The son, cleverly named Adam Smith, takes over with his amoral lab partner Kirsten and super-programmer sidekick Cody. These very white college freshmen grew up in inner city gang culture, which will come in handy. Black-garbed goons lurk behind every tree, plus stairs of any house they might be needed. Within a few days the scrappy kids break through impenetrable security firewalls, wander past guards at the Federal Reserve and FBI (both riddled with the consortium’s agents), perform feats of forensic accounting unimagined by any CPA, engage in car chases passing the same 42nd street corner over and over, and (spoiler alert!) get the bad guys arrested on the tarmac, bypassing probable cause laws and the years it would take to build a case against a scam that makes Bernie Madoff look like Harold Hill.

The screenplay makes it crushingly obvious the writers know nothing about business, finance, accounting, law enforcement, data processing, computer software, college, geography (to name but a few) and therefore simply invent facts out of whole cloth to support the conspiracy theory their plot advances. Refuting the scores of howlingly baseless facts, which come so fast my pause button is worn out, would require a documentary longer than the movie itself.

To call the film’s ethnic theories idiotic would be flattery. While the film never comes right out and says the Jews are the “group” that controls the world, those who advance that theory in the real world certainly do. It takes malevolent delusion to convince one’s self of these things, along with the kind of willful ignorance that supposes inner city gangs contain handsome whites or Slavic immigrants talk like Tarzan. For two extremely brief moments, the film self-identifies as a Christian movie. I would hope to see some disavowal from actual Christians.

Review By: eqmanson-68588 Rating: 1 Date: 2017-08-09

Other Information:

Original Title Creed of Gold
Release Date 2014-08-12
Release Year 2014

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 42 min (102 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Drama, Thriller
Director Daniel Knudsen
Writer Mark A. Knudsen
Actors Taylor Lindsey, Ellen Lawrence, Nicholas Willeke
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
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Original title Creed of Gold
TMDb Rating 10 1 votes

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