New York, Christmas Eve, 1999 – at the dawn of the new millennium – a subway construction crew unearths an eight hundred year old Celtic skeleton and a mysterious key. Archeologist Karen Goodleaf is called in to determine the meaning of the discovery. News of the discovery reaches a Middle East monastery where the warrior monks knowns as the Knights Templer – an ancient sect entrusted with protecting holy relics – choose their best pupil, Lukas (Dolph Lundgren) to face the diabolical threat. —IMDb
Quite a jumbled mix of American Tribal mysticism, Judeo-Christian Templar mythos and a cop genre that doesn't completely pay off. Lundgren also has had better material from which to play, especially when the choreography has more rehearsal time and better planned photography (the nuclear cooling tank sequence was ripe for excitement and action invention). Good 2nd unit and final act, but too little, too late.