Ever Since the World Ended (2001)
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Ever Since the World Ended is a faux documentary with a twist, a rudimentary yet fascinating record of remembrance and reconstruction.
The performances in the film are so remarkable it's easy to ignore the implausibilities that surface. But even as its self-aware approximation of the doc format startles, Ever Since the World Ended lacks vigor.
Continually tickles the mind while leaving a heavy lump in the chest, establishing and sustaining a unique low-key tone of mystery and dread.
It's an intriguing idea, ingeniously done (on a scant budget), but you have to swallow a good many implausibilities too, along with some variable improv.
Audience Reviews for Ever Since the World Ended
This is aself0indulgent indie flick about how a small group of people living in San Francisco are dealing in a post-apocalyptic world. A virus killed off most of the world's population, leaving te once booming metropolis of San Fran at a population of approx 180. This is obviously shot in DV, 90% are straight interviews of "survivors". A nice indulgence for those of us who like to ponder the intellectual side and the intricacies of a dystopic empty future, so I really liked it, but there is nothing here to rile any other sort of audience. It's "The Blair Witch Project" of dystopian sci-fi.
Some of the worst actors ever in a movie and the stupidest most pointless awfulest documentary type movie I have ever seen, whose idea was it to make this total piece of garbage, its all made up what is the point, and its boring
Although the acting is top notch and the idea of this type of film is intriguing, this movie is extremely ugly and hard to watch for its duration, however small.
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