The Last Man (2002)
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Could a creepy nerd have a chance with a supermodel even after a virus wipes out most of the world's population? This film answers that question and many more. Alan (David Arnott), geek extraordinaire, hopes that his sex life will take a turn for the better when he discovers sexy Sarah amid the post-apocalyptic ruins. Instead, he is forced to endure a series of humiliating acts in his of tighty-whiteys while fending off the much more dashing suitor Raphael (Dan Montgomery).
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Critic Reviews for The Last Man
What might have emerged as hilarious lunacy in the hands of Woody Allen or Mel Brooks (at least during their '70s heyday) comes across as lame and sophomoric in this debut indie feature.
Alan and his fellow survivors are idiosyncratic enough to lift the movie above its playwriting 101 premise.
If The Last Man were the last movie left on earth, there would be a toss-up between presiding over the end of cinema as we know it and another night of delightful hand shadows.
Intended to be a comedy about relationships, this wretched work falls flat in just about every conceivable area.
It's the end of the world as metaphor for how we scuttle relationships, and it's a remarkably apt one.
Ralston has a clever conceit behind this low-budget effort.
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