Action / Drama / Romance / Sci-Fi

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Paul Brannigan as Michael
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Reviewed by cynthiawaguespack 9 / 10

I guess I'm alone in my interpretation of this movie

OK, so big spoiler here. Note the disjointed time lines. Note the different people (at the end) saying the exact same lines other characters said earlier, creating a repetition of "get a job", "pussy", "coward"... etc. Note the "end" of the so-called sci-fi plot where Maya entwines her finger around Cole's ring finger, which jumps directly to him in a clean hospital bed with Maya entwining her finger around Cole's ring finger.

Does anyone else see that the so-called sci-fi part was actually Cole's death bed subconscious dreaming a disjointed time line? As in, can you say it, dream? That Michael did actually shoot Cole (think of this (the end) as the "beginning" of the movie, and the first lines of the movie were about "The Light" in go to the light? Cole's subconscious dreams of the aliens are imagined from the Tabloid suggestion of a near miss comet. There are no aliens, yes he and Maya were together in real life and his death bed subconscious dreams about the past come in ever increasing disjointed fashion and ever increasing fantastical imaginings. Cole's dying. Maya and the baby (and the rest of the world) are just fine.

What this movie is about is a prolonged stream of consciousness (or unconsciousness) of a dying man who is a guilt ridden loser. The reason the sci-fi plot is essentially absent is because it is....except in the dying man's disjointed imagination. Why did I give it such a high mark? Because it obviously fooled everyone. Note the dream-like sequences, landscape, surreal scenes and above all that the sci-fi stuff was a "rip off" (as one critic noted) of other sci-fi movies. Of course it was a rip off, it was what was in Cole's head. Cole actually subconsciously wanted the end of the world, like he wanted the end of his life, so the suggestion of the Tabloid comet was enough to set off his "what if" scenario. Based on this interpretation, with clues everywhere, the movie was very good indeed. Watch it with this interpretation in mind and you'll see it.

Reviewed by Marcus Suat Luger 6 / 10

It's a relationship drama with two people, and nothing else (mild spoilers without giving much away)

As others pointed out, the tag line is more than misleading. This movie is not about survival, it's not a science fiction movie. It is about a couple and their complicated relationship and mostly normal stuff: Having a child or not, having no job, being from two different classes, the role of the man today, etc. There is some SF setting in the background, but it doesn't affect the story at all - it could be replaced by anything or just left out without making a difference.

I liked parts of this movie anyway, because it was very character- and dialog driven, and mostly interesting, and compared to other movies in this genre and budget, it was well done. Especially the actors did a great job, but so did everybody else involved.

But one aspect was really bad: Everybody watching this movie will probably be suspicious about what is going to happen, thinking something like "... but they can't just copy the XYZ ending, right?" - and then they do it. The timing was kind of a surprise, but what happened was uber-cliché. If it was something small, okay, but if the whole movie is about this one twist, then the twist should be at least original and not that famously used by others before.

Conclusion: The actors rescued this movie. Their performance was outstanding, and if you want to see some relationship drama that's only about two people, then you'll probably enjoy it. Most people will watch this movie because they expect science fiction, and they will be disappointed. There is just no science fiction.

If you've seen the other movie that obviously "inspired" this one A LOT (there are more than one, but one had really 99% the same ending), you'll shake your head a lot.

Reviewed by sajpratt-82-265277 3 / 10

Another convenient use of the 'It's a Sci-Fi Movie!' ploy...

I am a sci-fi fan and enjoy the amazing 'what if's' that good sci-fi movies postulate.

Sadly, this is yet another movie that calls itself a 'sci-fi drama' but literally has nothing to do with 'science', and merely uses the 'sci-fi' label as both a marketing hook and an excuse to use an otherwise inexplicably desolate landscape to help stretch that meager production budget.

There are no unique or inventive 'what if's' in this film at all-- just a two-person emotional drama that could have taken place anywhere at anytime using an alien war as a prop to explain-away the apocalyptic low-budget setting.

So, if you're looking for real intriguing, thought-provoking science-based fiction, you won't find it here.

That said, the acting is good and, if you can swallow your disappointment and loathing of the cheap marketing tricks, you might be able to enjoy it from the Greek Tragedy angle--or, you could always spend your time watching any of the much better written, much better produced and better filmed TV dramas available at the touch of a button on your TV box (which I would recommend).

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