Z For Zachariah

Z For Zachariah

In the wake of a nuclear war, a young woman survives on her own, fearing she may actually be the proverbial last woman on earth, until she discovers the most astonishing sight of her life: another human being. A distraught scientist, he’s nearly been driven mad by radiation exposure and his desperate search for others. A fragile, imperative strand of trust connects them. But when a stranger enters the valley, their precarious bond begins to unravel.

Z For Zachariah - 2015 is a fiction film, which is directed by Craig Zobel. It is set in the Earth's pandemic, which has destroyed almost the entire humans. But in this context, love is still blossoming between three people, who are the few survivors. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sean P (it) wrote: Not being religious myself I can't speak to that aspect of it. I didn't like the underage drinking which seems to be prevalent in the industry today. The ending was good.

Nolan F (br) wrote: I am also digging out my barbie skates

Leon B (fr) wrote: took a while to get used to the mixture of mockumentary with a genuinely interesting story. i really loved the inserted scenes from a simulated ken russell movie. but the real energy came from the twins and their seething emotions. very provocative in a good way.

Andrew G (it) wrote: An hour-and-a-half of nonsensical, zombie ridden action sequences strung together by a flimsy plot and forgettable characters. But it is a step up from Apocalypse.

Haley K (au) wrote: I am awestruck by the captivating work of these actors, directors and writers! It is absolutely amazing! 10/10 everyone should enjoy this film!

David D (it) wrote: With Frankie Muniz back as Cody Banks, a new adventure, new locations, new gadgets and definitely all-new awesome fight sequences and stunts, this action-packed sequel will have you excited for more when you see this film.

Tyler S (gb) wrote: Jason lee was pretty bad in this and the comedy was so forced....I laughed maybe once. ...A cast of this caliber shouldn't be wasted on really what was an interesting premise....everything was forced....I don't recommend this one.

Paul C (gb) wrote: Again, Billy Bob's house. Look at the cast. This is a very funny movie from writer, director and star Billy Bob Thornton. Can't wait for the next scene to start after laughing at the previous one. Thornton's mind is bubbling over with this stuff. Jamie Lee Curtis 'I'm a Canadian, nuff said', hilarious! Best acting I've ever seen from Ben Affleck. It was all he could do to stop himself from laughing out loud. You will too.

Danny M (gb) wrote: was alright. To long and never really got that exciting.

Adrian L (jp) wrote: Thumbs up for the old fellas.

Jeff B (jp) wrote: Boring for the most part and I couldn't help but see Edward G. Robinson as cartoonish in this role. (I've seen him in much better stuff. "Double Indemnity", for example.) Still, this did set the precedent for a lot of the future gangster movies.

Petros T (it) wrote: Why is this avant-garde "masterpiece" so embraced by everyone? Why is it considered to be a milestone of cinema since it is a mere experiment that takes itself really seriously and achieves only to bore? For this is a static, tiring film that perceives action sequences (I mean scenes where people do things) as fillers. The dialogues are so pompous that you don't have the mental strength to analyze them in order to find a piece of truth. I watched this hoping it'd give me something. It didn't.

Tanner M (au) wrote: It's impossible not to love this movie. If you don't love it then you are not a horror fan. This was the birth of slasher horror movies. With an amazing cast, and a tremendous set Alfred Hitchcock deffinetly went all out in this movie.

Steve W (au) wrote: Robin Hood: Prince of Cheese.For some reason I've never watched this film. I guess I wasn't really a Kevin Costner fan as a kid, who is?, and I even think back then I found an American Robin Hood stupid. Alas however with an interest in Historical Adventure I decided to get round to this. What the actual hell 1991? This was your second highest grossing film?I was expecting a Hollywood movie, no doubt. I know that entails a certain amount of Americanization and commercialization. It happens in Braveheart for example but they still have a foot in some kind of reality even if they paint characters with broad strokes.But this? Everyone who isn't good is a sniveling pantomime villain, Alan Rickman is like a cinematic version of Black Adder. He is raised by a devil worshiping witch... WHAT THE FLUFF? Complete with a children's TV dungeon set that has dry ice and green lights.The main problem aside from the casting of Robin Hood is this is neither fish nor fowl. If they had intended to make a swash buckling adventure movie maybe some of this would be over looked but every so often they try and make this some profound historical epic with Kevin spewing out some half assed noble words. Honestly the one with the cartoon fox was more believable.