I must admit, I am a Vin Diesel fan—Pitch Black and Chronicles of Riddick among my favorite (and I actually hate to admit it, but I liked his Kindergarten-Cop-like Pacifier too). Both Pitch Black and Riddick were laced with faith and God-talk and it looks like his latest flick Babylon A.D. may be as well (trailer above).
IMDB has the plot summary as thus:
Veteran-turned-mercenary Thoorop takes the high-risk job of escorting a woman from Russia to China. Little does he know that she is host to an organism that a cult wants to harvest in order to produce a genetically modified Messiah.That was enough to get me interested, so I did some research on the novel from which the film is adapted. Turns out it is cyberpunk fiction—and called “theo-fiction” by the Sydney Morning Herald—by Maurice G. Dantec, who has other novels Wikipedia labels as “Christian-Futurism” (which is linked to esotericism which seems to have connections to gnosticism). Now, I’m not sure what to make of all that, heh. Any of my bloggy friends want to take a stab? Whatever the case, considering the language in the trailer above, it’s bound to have enough to bring God-talk into these open spaces.