On a surprising note, Jeruzalem was able to pull out a good formula in the genre of one-point-of-view draggy shots as a whole. This apocalyptic-inspired film manages to maintain its horrific mystery with some interesting facts from the bible and was able to send shivers from the spines at some point. The film was able to conservatively utilized creatures in ots setting so as to avoid being goofy and lackluster. Sub-plots may be unnecessary but it has somehow added to the film’s mystery. From a very magnificent view of Jerusalem down to some great casting, Jeruzalem may be your underrated B-movie film that may disappoint the majority but will please some as well. 3.5/5 stars.

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