Omen 3: The Final Conflict
So this is the Way the World Ends...
'The Final Conflict' is the definitive cinematic metaphor for the somewhat stridulant whimper that supersedes the proverbial cathartic bang. After five years of spectacularly violent and exotic 'accidents', Graham Baker rules that the bloodthirsty devotees of the series deserve a work with the ambition of Dante's 'Paradiso' and the story telling wherewithal of a deranged mute. For this film to be anymore anticlimactic you would have to delve into the nomenclature of universal paradoxes, providing that the mere thought of a climax so hopelessly anti doesn't drive you totally mad.
Full marks to Jerry Goldsmith, though. His score for this film is so rich and textured that you'd think he was working for David Lean.