Willem Dafoe and Shanyn Leigh headline director Abel Ferrara's apocalyptic drama set in a New York City loft, where an artist and an actor await the end of the world. Natasha Lyonne and Paul Hipp co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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New Yorkers waiting on the last few hours of life on Earth. Director Abel Ferrara's thought at on the last days that New Yorker's can get take-out at the last hour is a laugh. Abel Ferrara has peaked along time ago and this movie proves it..Willem Dafoe and Shanyn Leigh love making on the bed is funny. The next morning at 4:44 the world ends. The invent of the digital camera means any body can make a cheap movie that is a nothing movie. Cheap, Abel Ferrara, rides again. Not a movie I would see again.
My how William Dafoe has fallen. Looks like something a film school student put together. I say put together rather than shot as it is a cut and paste melange of stock TV footage interspersed with the two leads either in bed or screaming at each other. According to this movie, the world ends not with a bang but a very pathetic whimper.