Exit Humanity Reviews
Worth a shot for fans of the genre but even so, there's not enough here to elevate itself above the mediocre or even hope to achieve the classics it so desperately tries to.
And crap, is the lead still screaming? Oh... yes... yes he is... *sigh*
The story itself was dialouge heavy and vignettes/montages where stretched like some french film. A lot of time is spent dealing with the protagonists loss of his family. The family was never developed to any degree (Not even sure if there names were revealed) So, instead of empathizing with the hero, he just looked like a cry baby. It got so bad at one point that I fell asleep for 10 minutes and didn't miss anything.
So, it's worth a watch for cool production aspects, decent acting, and if you can survive the self pity crap, there is a decent story.
The animated sequences are jarring and stand out. The "journal" vehicle is also pretty tired and obnoxious. The music is fine and so is the cinematography for the most part, although it does push the shaky cam thing about as far as I can stand. It's never too dark which is something that seems to happen a lot in recent movies.
just wasn't holding my attention. Stopped watching about thirteen minutes into the movie. jumped around and it didn't seem like anything all that compelling was waiting so I quit it. Probably won't finish watching this movie.
Decent effort, some good concepts, but hire new writers and someone to veto the bad ideas. Try again.