In the radiation-infected aftermath of World War III, one man's desperate attempt to find his wife in the wastelands that were once the United States inspires his fellow survivors to fight for humanity. The bomb has dropped, and in the blink of an eye, America has been plunged back into the Stone Age. Money is worthless, food is scarce, and those who once thought they were fortunate to survive the initial attack are now slowly being consumed from the inside out, the victims of an all-consuming nuclear scourge. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
- Stars:Eugene Hutz, Holly Weston, Vicky McClure, Gary Weeks, Brian Tee, William Katt, Harrison Page, Chad Mathews, Cullen Douglas, Emily-Grace Murray, Philip Boyd, Mike Lutz, Branden Waits, Davis Neves, William Colquitt, Tony Weeks, Jason-Shane Scott, Tara Frix,
- Director:Damon O'Steen,
- Writer:Gary Weeks
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(it) wrote: A lot of amateur moviegoers will not understand this film despite how simple it really is. This has nothing to do with its storyline, which is told non-linearly. It has to do with Egoyan's style as filmmaker. The film is Canadian and should be viewed as such. What's great about this film is the way the story unfolds. It takes its time, which is the way any mystery film should do. This gives the audience a chance to ponder, think critically, and come to their own conclusions. Egoyan's gives his audience a chance to feel frustrated for not understanding. He also gives them a chance to feel grateful for not understanding despite the fact all the clues to solving his mystery were laid out I front of them. To an extent, what we have here is Canadian noir.
(kr) wrote: This movie was amazing. It had funny remarks and I think Sean William Scott plays a good idiot.
(fr) wrote: I know some people have problems with this one, but I can't seem to think of any! This is actually my favorite Blade movie... I LOVE this movie!
(es) wrote: Relying more heavily on Christopher Walken's character and acting than the first, this movie seems to improve upon what made the first the classic some consider it to be. In my humble opinion, that is.
(gb) wrote: I so love these guys, I don't tire of it at all! Major laughter. Cute old farts!
(jp) wrote: This is a pretty savage satire of the class system in the UK, and is as relevant now as it was at the time of its making for the most part, although it has dated in some respects. No one is let off easily here, apart from the hapless buffoonish hero. A great cast manage to flesh out characters that in other, lesser hands, might have just been mere archetypes. Its understanding of the British social structure of the post-war years coupled with its wicked sense of humour makes it great viewing
(ca) wrote: Juliane Assange is showed more or less as Mark Zuckerberg in "The Social Network", that is not very well, to use an euphemism. The movie may be realistic and well done, but in the end it's not very entertaining and results a bit boring.