The Final Patient

The Final Patient

When retired physician Daniel Green (Bill Cobbs, Night at the Museum) lifts a 5-ton farm tractor off a boy trapped beneath, the enigma of his supernatural strength piques the curiosity of two med students passing through town. Visiting the old doctor at his isolated farmhouse, they soon learn his bizarre secret: he has uncovered the key to eternal youth. But sometimes the lust for immortality has deadly consequences. The night takes a twisted turn as the young men discover Dr. Green's "miracle" has come with a horrifying price - and a fate far worse than growing old.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fire,   doctor,   miracle,  

A country doctor discovers the fountain of youth, but his curiosity is clouded by addiction and the results are deadly. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Daniel F (kr) wrote: Wow. This is a disgrace to the Scooby-Doo franchise. The actors didn't even look like who they were supposed to be. The movie was so stupid. The other Scooby-Doo live action movies were better than this! I'd rather here Scrappy sing Justin Bieber's "Baby". It was just downright horrible. If I would've known that it was this bad, I would've clicked on "Not Interested". 2/5 stars.

(es) wrote: Cast: Jamey Sheridan, Steve Buscemi, Mariann Mayberry, Aidan Quinn, John Savage, Campbell Scott, Titus Welliver, Karen Young, Bill Sage, Asher Grodman Director: Bette Gordon Summary: For many years, small-town resident Harry Sweeney (Jamey Sheridan) has avoided confronting painful memories from his past. But when his best friend becomes seriously ill, Harry builds up enough courage to explore long-hidden secrets and uncover his true identity. My Thoughts: "This is a slow burning film where the story unravels throughout the entirety of the film. The story is a bitter-sweet tale, some of it being of forbidden love and heart break, and the other of forgiveness for a horrendous act of violence. The ending is a quiet but heavy. Jamey Sheridan does great in this film. Definitely worth the watch."

Kendall C (fr) wrote: More tedious than funny.

darth v (de) wrote: This was a very average movie with good stars and lots of potential. If instead of Walden media it had been Syncopy or Lionsgate, it might have been a much better movie. Much lost potential.

Xian K (fr) wrote: Interesting stories of how to recruit & build a team after tragedy. Watched 12/5/2016.

Tanvir M (it) wrote: Interesting backdrop of Bucharest makes it moderately less of a drag to watch. However, I found it less dull than the Twilight saga, even if it was done on a shoestring budget.

Grant K (au) wrote: A delightful romp with great dialogue and winning performances. Mamet's most enjoyable film.

Harry A (jp) wrote: A simple story is told in an engaging way through the eyes of a new child recruit into a Shanghai gangster family over the course of his first week. More complexity in the plot and/or the characters would've improved it, however.

Bianca F (ru) wrote: Expect some Jeff-related art in the near future.

Alex S (ag) wrote: Underrated action gangster comedy starring Clint Eastwood and Burt Reynolds. It could of been better with more scenes of Clint and Burt together.

Jey A (ca) wrote: I always knew Jack and the Beanstalk had something to hide.... >_>"

Pavan K (ca) wrote: the movies good as long as it stays away from rap

Mandela W (es) wrote: The civil rights era is one that still stands the test of time and the 1960's was when it was at the height of its notierty. Martin Luther King gave his I have a dream speech, Malcolm X was assissanted along with MLK, The march on Selma happened, the Freedom Riders and the murders of Civil rights workers. Mississippi Burning winds the clocks back to 64 when those murders happened. The movie looks at the efforts of two FBI agents to find some measure of justice for the blacks in the south, but just like any task of this kind it is not easy. Alan Ward and Rupert Anderson are sent down from DC to Mississippi to investigate the disappearance of three civil right workers. Ward is a deadest no nonsense agent while Anderson is a bit of shady realist type agent who knows the south well. Ward and Anderson quickly find out how much the a small town in the state is on edge and how the KKK has installed fear in everyone, especially the blacks. This makes the investigation the agents came down for that much harder.its very real film about a time where everything was tense. Alan parker really captures mississipi well at this time. it was a real nightmare for blacks. I mean parker does a really great job of instilling a tenseness in the atmosphere of Mississippi. the racism in the state is so evident thanks to this. interesting how they applied the news broadcast elements into it as well with the interviews. adds a sense of realism to this ficitional story based on real eventsgene Hackman never seems to disappoint. Anderson knows the ways of this small town and yet makes it really unclear if he is trying to derail wards investigation or is trying to give him the right guidance in solving this murder. he played him as not only someone who jumps both sides of the fence but is fearless against the white supremiscts of the south. willem defoe plays an slightly idealistic and no nonsense man who doesn't know what he's messing with here in Mississippi. frances mcdormand was excellent here! I was worried she was gonna play a generic like character but this one was intriguing as she was one of the few townsfolk to actually sympathize with black folks and was fascinated by this rare attempt at order by the fbi agentsI really liked the script for this film It was so nicely written. I liked the music too I was trying to find that main theme online but no luck. Anyway folks go check out Mississippi Burning

Kyle M (us) wrote: In order to have a full enjoyment, you've read the graphic novel that the movie's based on and you've seen "Sin City" and "300" that are based on the graphic novels created by the same creator who'd placed himself on the director's chair to adapt one of his acclaimed works. But it seem that his adaptation is the continuation of the titular character, meaning there's no time to get familiar with the story if you haven't read the graphic novel.Superhero films doesn't do this. They give enough time for everyone to grit familiar with the universe while going on with the story to entertain the viewers. But this particular only went on with the story and showed weaknesses and being felt that it's getting out of the viewers' interest.The film only relies on two things that were shown in the attractive, compelling teaser: the style and Gabriel Machet's voiceover; whilst forgetting or leaving out the bass music. The film only used those two tactics to keep the final product satisfying. But that failed due to long breaks between the appearances of the mentioned qualities. The rest of the film during those breaks was just showing the disappointment that was less than what was expected to be like.The one minute-and-14 seconds teaser is more entertaining unfortunately. It's complete with the style and atmosphere that was expected to take most of the film. I really don't know why Frank Miller, the creator/director, didn't follow the way to expand the teaser into a feature-length film. It's a brain-stomper, but now we can see why the teaser is called a teaser because it'd inadvertently teased."The Spirit" is for only those who've seen creator and director Frank Miller's other adapted works to get to know his artistic style and read the graphic novel to know the style on print and the story to get familiar with it. (C+)(Full review coming soon)