#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – 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. The film tells the story of a cataclysmic event that leaves only 7 remaining people on earth and their desperate struggle to understand the events as they are hunted one by one by a demonic power.
Plot: 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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Just doesn’t quite cut it
Reading the synopsis I had quite high hopes for this movie which was rapidly vanishing after the first 15 minutes which consisted of a bloke walking around the deserted streets of London’s financial district. The long drawn out fifteen minutes of nothingness may impress someone who has never walked those same central London streets at Dawn on a Sunday morning but it doesn’t really work for someone who has. I got the distinct impression the makers were trying to force a point here which went way past its premise of a deserted major City. The obviousness of it had me concerned for the rest of the movie.
Eventually our lone walker meets up with a trio, and they meet up with another trio and from there on in there’s a lot of long drawn out scenes with intermittent quick flash editing that was intended to scare or intrigue. Im not really sure which but it didn’t work.
While I have no doubt most of the seven cast have decent acting abilities, their performances were wooden. Mind you its not as if they had anything meaty to really bounce off so those performances were really down to the directors vision. You cant just put some people in front of a camera, give them some lines and hope for magic, particularly with a movie like this which should provoke the audiences senses. Then again a number of lines in the script are quite appalling, as if they were written by a secondary school drama club. But surely the director must have known those lines were just plain bad and could have done something about them.
For me the movie just plodded along until it came to a point where I was jeering for it to end. I had twigged on quite early their particular circumstance but how it lead to that I didn’t know until the very end, so I do give the makers some points for that. In general though it was a rather garbled affair. Yes, it has a sense of continuity but it wasn’t glued together very well. Its a movie that may very well have looked just smashing on paper, but hasn’t translated so well to the screen.
As indie movies go it is by no means the worst, far from it. Its shot quite well, does have some atmosphere, and can keep you interested. If you haven’t seen something in this genre before it may well keep you very interested. But I’ve seen a lot of these psychological horrors flicks and this one falls short of the mark. Compared to another one I reviewed ‘The Broken’ now there’s a movie that really gets to you on a psychological level. One of the death scenes in that movie still makes me feel uncomfortable a year after watching it. There no gore, its just incredibly moving? or disturbing? I cant really describe what it is. If The Broken cant scare you nothing will.
I cant recommend the movie and I cant not recommend it. As I said, if you haven’t seen this type of flick before you may very well enjoy it.
A poor man’s 28 Days Later
STAR RATING: ***** Saturday Night **** Friday Night *** Friday Morning ** Sunday Night * Monday Morning
I could go to great pains to write a long, in depth review of The Last Seven, but it’s hard to write much more about it other than my summary above. Right from the opening sequence, with one of the lead characters wondering around a deserted London shouting out for ‘anybody!’, just like in the aforementioned film, it just feels like such a pale imitation of it that it hurts. In fact, it’s almost as if the director knew he was practically copying it scene for scene and just gave up bothering to tell any sort of decent story of his own. As such, it just goes through the motions of the post apocalyptic thriller genre, with the usual stereo-typical set up and characters, without firmly establishing the back story behind the majority of humanity being wiped out and making no sense. Most baffling is Danny Dyer’s role as some sort of blood crazed zombie type character, probably the most mysterious thing about the whole uninspired mess. *
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min) (UK)
Genre Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi
Director Imran Naqvi, Simon Phillips
Writer John Stanley
Actors Tamer Hassan, Simon Phillips, Daisy Head
Country United Kingdom
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arriflex 16 SR3
Laboratory Soho Images, London, UK
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 16 mm (Kodak Vision2 200T 7217, Vision3 500T 7219)
Cinematographic Process Super 16
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (blow-up)