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4:44 Last Day on Earth

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Tomorrow at 4:44 AM the world is going to come to an end. As panic hits the Earth's population, two lovers (Willem Dafoe, Antichrist, The Life Aquatic, and Shanyn Leigh, Public Enemies) seclude themselves in a Manhattan high-rise and decide to spend their last moments in existence together. Accepting their doomed fate, the pair discovers more about themselves and each other in a few short hours than most do in an entire lifetime. Acclaimed director Abel Ferrara (Bad Lieutenant, King of New York) creates a uniquely suspenseful romance with 4:44: Last Day On Earth that examines the power of love when all other hope is lost.

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  • Actors: Willem Dafoe, Shanyn Leigh
  • Directors: Abel Ferrara
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: MPI Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: July 17, 2012
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007QD0URM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,264 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By B. Ying on September 9, 2012
Format: DVD
What would one do when one realised that the world would end in 24 hours?
This film made a brief illustration using the mind set of a small group of people
in a large city.
It is an indie film difficult to watch at times but I found it rewarding and I didn't
expect it to be a disaster film.
A good effort by the filmmaker, the actors and the crew.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By carol irvin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 11, 2012
Format: DVD
if i had never seen an abel ferrara film before, i might have hated it as much as everyone else here. however, i have been watching him for decades, he is an acquired taste. he is very arty, surreal, visual. he likes ideas and exploring them to the nth degree. i thought he did a very good job of ahowing how people might act on the last day of the world. there are scenes which i think are very right on and then others that are off. i will discuss each grouping.

the off scenes: people still reporting for work, such as driving taxis, clerking at convenience stores, delivering food from restaurants. i don't think anyone would be working on the last day well, let me amend that. there is one news anchor who states he can't imagine any finer way to finiish than doing a last broadcast. that i believed. there is also an incredible amount of noise coming from their street. this is the bustle of a busy city with sirens and congestion. i think it would be considerably more silent as far as those kinds of sounds, but these are not major scenes and ferrara does a much better job on the bigger scenes.

the right on scenes: people are skypeing one another primarily with apple computers. they want to see one another one last time. a guy simply walks out onto his fire escape and jumps, ending his life before the end comes. cisco, willem defoe, tells his ex-wife that he has always really loved her and he was really confused during the divorce. this his second, young wife, sky, overhears and goes ballistic. sky paints her way through the last day on a large canvas on the floor. she paints most of what she is feeling. she does the last of it in her favorite evening gown. cisco takes a last walk through the city streets and many people are drinking or partying one last time.
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Format: Blu-ray
What would you do on the eve of the planet's destruction? That is the question posited by Abel Ferrara's "4:44 Last Day On Earth." The answer, it would seem, is to live it much like any other. I'm a fan of Ferrara as a filmmaker, I find him refreshingly unpredictable. I'm not sure, however, that "4:44 Last Day On Earth" conveyed and/or made the most of its intriguing premise. While I appreciate that not every apocalyptic endeavor has to be big, bold, and melodramatic--at times this felt so underplayed as to be virtually non-existent. While the concept and images advertising the movie may make it seem like a thriller (the word suspenseful is used in the description), this is a slow burn contemplation in which not much happens. Luckily, Ferrera had the wherewithal to cast Willem Dafoe as his central protagonist. Dafoe, as usual, makes for interesting viewing. This seems like an incredibly personal work for Ferrera and the intimacy that Dafoe brings to his performance is never less than fascinating.

The inconvenient truth of the situation is that Al Gore and his contemporaries were correct about their dire environmental predictions. Catastrophe, however, is way ahead of schedule and the end of the world has been pinpointed with precision. How? Don't ask. Despite the fact that it is supposedly the last day on earth (not everyone believes it, even though news broadcasts have ended due to the imminent game changer), nothing seems too drastically different in Dafoe's neighborhood. Traffic and pedestrians seem normal, stores and bars are open, you can order Chinese food. There is never a real sense of doom. Most of the movie is spent in one apartment with Dafoe and his girlfriend (Shanyn Leigh) dancing, using Skype, painting, making love, or just hanging out independently.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By blackaciddevil on July 19, 2012
Format: DVD
An honest look at what would happen if everyone knew the world was ending is what this movie is about. More specifically, a Manhattan couple who cope with the impending Apocalypse and we follow their story.

While I, too, appreciate the fact that this movie scales things back quite abit
and doesn't makes things big and overdramatic; I wish that this movie would have made things just a tad more exciting. I like the fact that the movie is a more personal look at the coming of the end but there was something about it that just didn't gel with me. Not that I have to have everything laid out to me and explained in the movie but it would have made things more believable if I knew exactly how and why the end was coming...and, at the very least, see it happen at the end.

Don't get me wrong, the movie isn't as bad as it might seem. It's just not what you'd make it out to be if it were the last day we were to live or, as I stated earlier, as exciting. Course, maybe that's what Abel Ferrara was trying to accomplish...that life goes on, regardless, and that we'd probably end it that way.

It's a decent movie with good performances by Dafoe and Leigh. A good timekiller but easily forgettable, I'm afraid.
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