A feature length thriller/horror set in post-apocalyptic London starring Danny Dyer, Tamer Hassan, Simon Phillips, Ronan Vibert, Sebastian Street, Daisy Head, Rita Ramnani and John Mawson. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Last Seven
Seven strangers wake up on the deserted streets of London with no knowledge of how they got there. Before long someone -or something - is picking them off, one by one....
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Shane B (nl) wrote: Pretty good movie, not as good or as funny as Ghouls rule but still good. If your kid love Monster High like my daughter does they'll love it
Jerome Y (fr) wrote: Love a good comeback! :-)
Jack S (au) wrote: A bunch of pathetic characters with pathetic lives. Adam Scott's character made me want to vomit.
Daniel P (it) wrote: While there was lot about this movie that I liked--Greta Gerwig is always great, it's stylistically quite watchable, and its humour is just sardonic enough--overall it had nothing to say, and there was nothing novel in its approach; though quite a "real" film, it really was just the blow-by-blow of a breakup, and not a particularly interesting one at that. It's a competent movie, but unfortunately, nothing more than that.
Chris J (it) wrote: I loved every moment.
Jamie C (br) wrote: Just like most 80s/90s action stars they make thier name then make a few bad movies, Disappear for a few years then come back with good movie but it goes unrecognised, This movie isn't pretty its plot won't be anything you haven't seen before but it's gritty and gross in places and it works, Gibson puts in a good performance and even though I expected more action I wasn't dissapointed as the story was told well even if it felt quite silly but it's one of the best Gibson films most will never see and that's a shame.
Brian C (au) wrote: Very enjoyable and fun. Lots of gore, and silliness. Great characters and some truly great scenes. It is not overly original though (read as the same as Texas Chainsaw Massacre - The Guv'na Edition), but still very fun.
Chad R (gb) wrote: Great movie for any age.
Alex F (nl) wrote: Really funny comedy with a simple yet heartfelt story, still there are some really random and out of place scenes that make you wonder what's going on, but that doesn't keep it from being hilarious.
Helen S (fr) wrote: As Ray Porter watches Mirabelle walk away he feels a loss. How is it possible, he thinks, to miss a woman whom he kept at a distance so that when she was gone he would not miss her. Only then does he realize what he has done to Mirabelle, how wanting a square inch of her and not all of her has damaged them both, and how he cannot justify his actions except that... well... it was life.
Nicki M (au) wrote: Saw this years ago, not a bad 90's film. Unusual subject matter for a mainstream film, but not too tacky.
Erin M (de) wrote: This movie is only good forThe SF scenery
Ninni S (jp) wrote: Aavistuksen tyls, mutta hyvin nytelty.
Andrew B (us) wrote: Ingmar Bergman's exploration of war is just as disturbing and affecting as you may expect, but its psychological subtext runs to levels much deeper than almost any "war" film. Max von Sydow's character in this one might be one of the most interesting male characters Mr. Bergman has ever written.
Carlos M (kr) wrote: An extremely complex film noir full of mystery and intelligent twists that keep us always guessing and trying to put together the pieces of the puzzle, while its brilliant script is only matched by Polanski's excellent direction and Jack Nicholson's nuanced performance.
Joseph H (nl) wrote: weird and funny movie.
Erik H (fr) wrote: something about this really didn't connect with me. i'm not sure why. was it fun? yeah. had some nice gore. just felt like a "maybe i'm too old for this" kinda movie. i think i had some kind of assumption of what it would be like after seeing the scary poster for the sequel as a child, but the movie was just nothing like that assumption, i'll tell ya what.
Jeffrey M (ru) wrote: Briskly paced, consistently funny, and just clever enough, The Art of the Steal is a film that tries very hard to emulate the best heist pictures. It doesn't fully succeed, but it does surpass what other similar films have tried to do, mainly by relying on its talented cast.With Art of the Steal, we find an over-the-hill motorcycle daredevil and semi-retired art thief, Crunch Calhoun (Kurt Russell), thrust back in to the game for the heavily clichd "last job", teaming up with his estranged brother. Like the best comedic heist films, namely Oceans, we find a unique cast of characters, all with their niches, and all with their quirky flaws. Where the film succeeds is with its tone. It doesn't take itself too seriously, and it doesn't simply go through the motions either. It earnestly tries to be something different. The on-screen chemistry and banter among its cast is pretty excellent, with a solid script backing them up. The direction is energetic, and keeps the film at a very kinetic pace, in keeping with the overall feel of the film. The heist schemes themselves aren't always especially realistic, but are far more grounded than can be found in other heist films, with a solid attention to detail. Where the film got a bit misguided, however, was in the last act, trying to do too much, and getting caught up in its own supposed cleverness. Still, it boasts a great cast, consistent humor, and a plot that keeps you engaged.Solid all around. 3.5/5 Stars