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CREED OF GOLD is a well-structured suspense thriller. It keeps the audience intrigued throughout. It’s a low budget movie, but it has a good look. There are a few static moments, but they are very few and far between. Whether or not someone believes the movie’s conspiracy theory won’t diminish the movie’s entertainment value. The good news is that CREED OF GOLD has no sex, nudity, profanity, or unwarranted violence. However, it does have suspense, action, adventure, and sometimes too much exposition.
(CCC, BB, V) Very strong overt Christian worldview, with strong moral points, but focused on the conspiracy theory that the bankers who started the Federal reserve caused the Russian Revolution and all the dire circumstances of our recent history; no foul language; threats of violence, assassinations, shootings, but nothing on screen with blood; no sexual content but there is a brief kiss; no nudity; no overt alcohol; no smoking or drugs; and, nothing else objectionable.
CREED OF GOLD starts out in Russia with a man who is a reporter finding out there are three trains full of gold coming to Russia to instigate the Bolshevik revolution. After a long chase, he’s killed. Years later, the man’s son is killed for possessing the list of names of the people who financed the Russian revolution. His wife sent their son to America to escape the conspirators trying to get the evidence.
In America, the son goes to a prestigious university and takes the name Adam Smith. In his course on the Federal Reserve, he sits next to Kristin Stanford, whose father is on the Federal Reserve. They pair up to do a term paper on the Federal Reserve. Adam wants to expose the Fed’s tangled weave of intrigue and manipulation.
In the process, he alerts the power brokers behind the Federal Reserve unwittingly. They decide he must be removed. He decides to recruit his best friend and computer nerd, Cody, to expose the Federal Reserve. So, the game is afoot. While being imprisoned and shot at, Adam witness to Kirstin about Jesus Christ. With the clock ticking, can Adam bring down the international money syndicate before they kill him?
CREED OF GOLD is actually very well structured. It keeps the audience intrigued throughout the whole movie. It’s a low budget movie but it has a good look to it. There are a few static moments but they are very few and far between. Whether or not someone believes the Federal Reserve is evil and all bankers are nefarious won’t diminish the movie’s entertainment value. The good news is that CREED OF GOLD has no sex, nudity, profanity, or unwarranted violence. However, it does have suspense, action, and adventure, and sometimes a little too much exposition.