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It's Arnott's performance that provides the tempo for this tale. He plays on his character's faults, showing how a man might feel to have the world dumped in his lap, and become more and more annoyed when things don't work out exactly as he perceives they should....as in his relationship with Ryan. The man now has his fantasy woman, but dealing with her individual emotions as a real human being is another story. And then of course being confronted when a third, better looking male survivor unexpectantly shows up.
Jeri Ryan (who does not appear in the form fitting jump suit on the VHS cover) gives a deft performance as a woman with relationship issues (as she warns future generations in her video legacy against "...women like me.")who wants to do the right thing, but just can't get past her obvious distaste for Arnott's physical and emotional being. Ryan once again shows that her acting skills are not soley based on her wearing tight clothes, and you might be surprised by some of her raw, emotional outbursts.
And although Montgomery's character doesn't have much to do, he nails his part as a fun loving guy who accepts the situation and let's nature take it course...as long as that course includes free drugs and a route into Ryan's pants.Read more ›
her demonstrate her versatility as an actress in a lead role.
The storyline recalls Jean-Paul Sartre's "Huis Clos", but here
developed as a comedy.
It is a very good film, and when you listen to the commentary
by Harry Ralston, Jeri Ryan, Dave Arnott and Dan Montgomery
(in the bonus material), brace yourself for a lot more fun!
"Two thumbs up!"
Using a variable film technique, Ralston gives us a mediocre story based loosely on another film entitled "The Quiet Earth" (which I will be viewing next) oddly which he never gives any credit towards. With a borrowed story, I guess he does a decent job of reinterpreting it. His punch seems to be lacking at the beginning while Ralston tries to find his stride, borrowing yet again from other film director's techniques to attempt to find his own. He opens the film interestingly enough, but fails to answer any direct answers.Read more ›
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Always good to see Jerry Ryan and the movie makes you think after it is done. Not a perfect movie but fun to watch.Published 2 days ago by Lisa Harvey
While Jeri Ryan manages to elevate this paint by numbers endeavor momentarily from entirely failed comedy, her efforts are not enough to keep it from tumbling down again... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shinycool
Like Jim Belushi without the humor. Really goes nowhere...seems like a projection of the writers "meaning of life" without meaning. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ice Planet
Girl stuck with two idiots and there all stupid enough to live in the desert where the chance of finding anybody else is almost mill. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert S.
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