Goodbye World


Action / Comedy / Drama


Uploaded By: OTTO
Downloaded 87,822 times
May 15, 2014 at 11:13 AM


Gaby Hoffmann as Laura Shepherd
Ben McKenzie as Nick Randworth
Adrian Grenier as James Palmer
Mark Webber as Benji Henry
720p 1080p
760.91 MB
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1hr 39 min
P/S 6 / 6
1.45 GB
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1hr 39 min
P/S 6 / 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Jesse Boland 7 / 10

Full of holes, but enough of a solid foundation to keep it up.

Kind of wrong, but it would be nice if people actually did work that way. For the most part you get a drama about a bunch of old friends from school at some level, and they are all reunited at the one place that they all seem to think of as the safest place when all hell breaks loose. and beyond the fact that all of these friends are able to make it safely to the cabin, there are just a few other little problems. (Somehow one person is able to have amassed enough survival gear to last years in a mountain cabin in America, but some how he would not have any guns, not even one. He stores everything above ground in a rickety old shack that is no where near the house so they need a security system, which is only a simple beeping alert.) However once you get past all of that you do have a decent little drama that has romantic confusion all over the place, but even the "menacing" solders are really just a bit too wine country fresh. I Enjoyed the premise, and I liked the reasoning behind the situation that these people were all now living in, however I only recommend this movie to people who forgive the little things, and just want a drama, that is set a bit differently, and has a nice cast with excellent production value overall, otherwise move along.

Reviewed by dwightware4 1 / 10

Possibly the most contrived, painful-to-view movies I've ever seen

Truly terrible. I have no idea how anyone is rating this 9 or 10 stars. The concept is awesome, the acting is good, the production is flawless....but the dialogue is so cliche and predictable and forced and contrived, it's unbearable. Not to mention this is a story about the meltdown of civilization (that's the setting) but there's nothing about the meltdown of civilization in it. Literally. It's just some people hanging out in a cabin in the woods reliving past drama and bullshit. The fact that the world is crumbling outside of their bubble is a total non- factor in the entire film. I rarely wish I hadn't spent my time watching a movie, but this is one of the few. I want my time back.

Reviewed by Natalie Haney 8 / 10

A Return to the State of Nature

"Goodbye World" is not an apocalyptic film as one thinks of one. The plot does not center on the destruction of infrastructure, landscapes of desolation, or immediate violence as new groups try to fill the power vacuum. "Goodbye World" is a glimpse of the quick dissolution into the state of nature that occurs in human relationships when society collapses. Common to all works of literature and film that deal with the subject of societal breakdown, established conflicts emerge. These include: the desire to hold onto familiar societal values; the relevance of property ownership without governing bodies; at what point does cooperation impede on the individual's ability to survive; and the possible irrelevance of social contracts (marriage)without government. The film subtly captures the characters not just as victims of impending doom but friends and lovers with established and complicated relationships. These established tensions within the relationships serve as a medium to convey the philosophical quandaries that are inherent in the age old political question: What is man in the state of nature? It should not be expected that the rich characters would set aside relational conflicts as the world ends. Such disaster only exacerbates the problems within their relationships. But the aggravation of old wounds and amplification of competing attitudes just makes the ending all the more sweet. Each character must say "Goodbye World" to their old prejudices and paradigms to walk brightly into the future without "the world as we know it."

Read more IMDb reviews


Be the first to leave a comment