Movies Main
Movies-to-View
Movie Database
Trailer Database
 Close Screen 

 Close Screen 

Final Days of Planet Earth

Final Days of Planet Earth (2006) Movie Poster
View Movie
 Lang:  
USA / Canada  •    •  173m  •    •  Directed by: Robert Lieberman.  •  Starring: Daryl Hannah, Campbell Scott, Gil Bellows, Suleka Mathew, Beau Starr, Patrick Gilmore, Tygh Runyan, Tina Milo Milivojevic, Serge Houde, John Cassini, Michael Kopsa, William MacDonald, Nathaniel DeVeaux.  •  Music by: Jeff Rona.
       Lloyd Walker is an anti-heroic archaeologist who, after stumbling upon an alien conspiracy, becomes enmeshed in an against-all-odds battle to save the human race. From the enigmatic Room 86 to the doomed Pericles space mission, Walker puzzles together clues to reveal the dark purpose behind strange events occurring around San Francisco. Now, the "keeper of dead civilizations" must rescue mankind from slavery at the hands of some very big, very terrifying insect-aliens...

Review:

Image from: Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)
Image from: Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)
Image from: Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)
Image from: Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)
Image from: Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)
Image from: Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)
Image from: Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)
Image from: Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)
Image from: Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)
Image from: Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)
Image from: Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)
So this is one of those movies in the 2000's that people call B movies but they really aren't they aren't because they're not movies at all.

They are like a long TV-Drama played for 2-3 hours. Every scene is 2 people talking. You can tell with these new-age year 2000's "Horros" "Sci-Fi's" that it's one of these terrible "reality TV show drama" style movies where their are no interesting backgrounds, there are no thought provoking stimulating exciting situations. It's 2 people talking to each other. Seriously skip through the movie a bunch of times, every scene is a conversation in a simple setting. An office, a car, a room. Nothing is going on. They're not even walking anywhere. Every scene is sitting down talking. The movie would actually be MORE EXCITING if they had a guy sitting in a chair READING FROM A SCI FI NOVEL. At least there would be story action etc etc etc. You can't just have people talking to each other about nonsense for 3 hours and call that a movie.


Review by briane01876 from the Internet Movie Database.