The Last Man Reviews

  • Feb 16, 2021

    Confused, and full of pseudo-deep voice overs. Doesn't seem to care if it makes sense.

    Confused, and full of pseudo-deep voice overs. Doesn't seem to care if it makes sense.

  • Nov 09, 2020

    Keitel and Christensen are unfortunately trapped with a half-baked screenplay and a sedated director in this foreign apocalyptic project with some effective cinematography and potent ideas.

    Keitel and Christensen are unfortunately trapped with a half-baked screenplay and a sedated director in this foreign apocalyptic project with some effective cinematography and potent ideas.

  • Oct 14, 2020

    OMG... Was hoping this would maybe be loosely based on Mary Shelly's fictional novel of the same name (which it clearly is NOT), but tried to give it a fair chance all the same... All that I got out if it, is that Hayden Christiansen truly cannot act - ARGH! He is terrible! Harvey Keitel leaves much to be to be desired in his own lack of acting chops here as well... how did he ever get so far in his acting career? That is, unless old age has gotten the better of him - he is also terrible! I'm actually in the process of watching it (or should I say, trying to stomach it) and am maybe only 1/2 way thru when I felt the urgent need to leave a 'fresh' review before I force myself to forget that I ever saw it - well, part of it bc I'm about to turn the God awful thing off only 1/2 way thru! Right now the 'sex scene' has just played & even that wad a disaster! That seemed as though it was nothing more than a 'filler", to pass the time bc most movies have one and/or to stretch the thing out to meet some minimum time requirement to be considered as a movie instead of a 'short'... all the same, right now it just makes me want to puke bc it's just that bad! It also makes me think back, have I seen Hayden actually (successfully) play any other part than Anakin?! Do yourself a favor & don't waste your time with this one... I absolutely feel slighted, even with it being shown on pay tv. AWFUL, AWFUL, AWFUL!

    OMG... Was hoping this would maybe be loosely based on Mary Shelly's fictional novel of the same name (which it clearly is NOT), but tried to give it a fair chance all the same... All that I got out if it, is that Hayden Christiansen truly cannot act - ARGH! He is terrible! Harvey Keitel leaves much to be to be desired in his own lack of acting chops here as well... how did he ever get so far in his acting career? That is, unless old age has gotten the better of him - he is also terrible! I'm actually in the process of watching it (or should I say, trying to stomach it) and am maybe only 1/2 way thru when I felt the urgent need to leave a 'fresh' review before I force myself to forget that I ever saw it - well, part of it bc I'm about to turn the God awful thing off only 1/2 way thru! Right now the 'sex scene' has just played & even that wad a disaster! That seemed as though it was nothing more than a 'filler", to pass the time bc most movies have one and/or to stretch the thing out to meet some minimum time requirement to be considered as a movie instead of a 'short'... all the same, right now it just makes me want to puke bc it's just that bad! It also makes me think back, have I seen Hayden actually (successfully) play any other part than Anakin?! Do yourself a favor & don't waste your time with this one... I absolutely feel slighted, even with it being shown on pay tv. AWFUL, AWFUL, AWFUL!

  • Oct 05, 2020

    Watchable, but just barely. Christensen's acting has not improved much from his Star Wars days, and his lines are just plain deadpan. The story revolves around a dystopian future wrecked by climate change, which is about to get MORE wrecked by MORE climate change. In the film, it never stops raining, like England or 'All Summer in a Day'. The movie tone is dark and depressing, and the protagonist drinks and has PTSD. This movie is SOOOO downbeat that Harvey Keitel is the ray of sunshine. Geez they could have filmed ONE scene in the sun to contrast the rest of the film.

    Watchable, but just barely. Christensen's acting has not improved much from his Star Wars days, and his lines are just plain deadpan. The story revolves around a dystopian future wrecked by climate change, which is about to get MORE wrecked by MORE climate change. In the film, it never stops raining, like England or 'All Summer in a Day'. The movie tone is dark and depressing, and the protagonist drinks and has PTSD. This movie is SOOOO downbeat that Harvey Keitel is the ray of sunshine. Geez they could have filmed ONE scene in the sun to contrast the rest of the film.

  • Sep 21, 2020

    The Last Man stars Hayden Christensen as a combat veteran who is suffering from PTSD and Harvey Keitel as a priest who states that the end is on its way. The priest warns everyone to take cover before the world comes to an end because of climate change. The story was mediocre, the editing and acting was not up to par. This was a B rated movie with two good male actors. Skip this one don't waste your time.

    The Last Man stars Hayden Christensen as a combat veteran who is suffering from PTSD and Harvey Keitel as a priest who states that the end is on its way. The priest warns everyone to take cover before the world comes to an end because of climate change. The story was mediocre, the editing and acting was not up to par. This was a B rated movie with two good male actors. Skip this one don't waste your time.

  • Aug 22, 2020

    Very good movie with great acting and an awsome storyline

    Very good movie with great acting and an awsome storyline

  • Aug 20, 2020

    I kind of liked it--very Kalfkaesque with a not horrible ending.

    I kind of liked it--very Kalfkaesque with a not horrible ending.

  • Jul 11, 2020

    I was surprised that I really liked it. I was channel surfing, landed on it, and my first thought was that it was just another B movie. But, after awhile, it started to grow on me. And by the end, I had thoroughly enjoyed myself. As a dystopian, end of the world exercise, it really worked. Christensen and Keitel were really good. Any embarrassment I first felt for them and their careers quickly disappeared once I got into it. It was fun. Hayden's narration and Harvey's prose actually worked to move things along. Considering what we're going through with Covid-19, and thinking about how we are treating our environment, who's to say if our crazy world won't end up just like The Last Man?

    I was surprised that I really liked it. I was channel surfing, landed on it, and my first thought was that it was just another B movie. But, after awhile, it started to grow on me. And by the end, I had thoroughly enjoyed myself. As a dystopian, end of the world exercise, it really worked. Christensen and Keitel were really good. Any embarrassment I first felt for them and their careers quickly disappeared once I got into it. It was fun. Hayden's narration and Harvey's prose actually worked to move things along. Considering what we're going through with Covid-19, and thinking about how we are treating our environment, who's to say if our crazy world won't end up just like The Last Man?

  • Jun 07, 2020

    If you want to suffer, suffer deeply I say, watch this horrible flick.

    If you want to suffer, suffer deeply I say, watch this horrible flick.

  • Jun 05, 2020

    Wouldn't make it without Hayden Christensen's and Harvey Keitel's performances but love the story line, acting, and very apropos for this time in our world... personally I liked it enough to get hooked at midnight on hbos and broke out the popcorn and adult beverage on a Thursday night... or Friday morning... Def watch for sci-Fy fans

    Wouldn't make it without Hayden Christensen's and Harvey Keitel's performances but love the story line, acting, and very apropos for this time in our world... personally I liked it enough to get hooked at midnight on hbos and broke out the popcorn and adult beverage on a Thursday night... or Friday morning... Def watch for sci-Fy fans