The Lost Future 2010 NR CC

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An isolated tribe of warriors fights for survival. But when a race of genetically mutated, infectious beasts attacks their small village, Amal, must lead the tribe in battle in order to save the human race.

Starring:
Sean Bean, Corey Sevier
Runtime:
1 hour, 31 minutes

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The Lost Future

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Adventure
Director Mikael Salomon
Starring Sean Bean, Corey Sevier
Supporting actors Sam Claflin, Annabelle Wallis, Eleanor Tomlinson, Hannah Tointon, Jonathan Pienaar, Danny Keogh, Jessica Haines, Tertius Meintjes, Garth Breytenbach, Bjorn Steinbach, Andre Jacobs, Stephen Jubber, Pope Jerrod, Dan Hirst, Luthuli Dlamini, Sam Schein, Guy de Lancey, Paul Hampshire
Studio E1 Entertainment
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 3-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

I like sci-fi movies.
Heather
This is a good movie, good acting, good casting, good effects, good music very entertaining movie.
Martha
There are "good" bad movies and there are bad movies that just suck.
C. L. Turner

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Format: DVD
Imagine a primitive land where a haggard tribe battles for survival amongst the dangers of a dwindling food supply and a neighboring horde of mutants. Everyone is dressed in attractively constructed savage-wear, furs and leather draped just so to accentuate nubile young bodies. It may look like a gorgeous location shoot for a trendy modeling fashion layout--but, NO! This is the future! "The Lost Future" presents just such a scenario. Set at some time in the indeterminate future, this band of sultry survivors think they are the last people on earth. On a hunting mission, they encroach on the mutant's territory which causes a retaliatory strike. Just who came up with this property division in the first place? And you've got to credit the carnivorous monsters for abiding to the strict letter of the agreement for so long. They can't be all bad! With the tribe and its elders in peril, three young protagonists set out on a quest for help. Luckily, they meet the invaluable Sean Bean who raises questions about everything they were taught to believe.

Bean knew one of the adventurer's father, and he thinks that the son just might hold the key to saving mankind. Why? Here's the pivotal plot point. He can read. Yes, apparently no one on earth bothered to pass on even the most minimal of education through the years. This is especially amusing, as every character speaks with modern colloquialisms and phrases. The dialogue is so contemporary, in fact, it really doesn't support the fact that so much time has passed or that we've seemingly regressed in our educational capabilities. The town elders have been reduced to bumbling religious zealots with no instinct for self-preservation. I know that no one is looking for authenticity--I'm just saying.
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Imagine a primitive land where a haggard tribe battles for survival amongst the dangers of a dwindling food supply and a neighboring horde of mutants. Everyone is dressed in attractively constructed savage-wear, furs and leather draped just so to accentuate nubile young bodies. It may look like a gorgeous location shoot for a trendy modeling fashion layout--but, NO! This is the future! "The Lost Future" presents just such a scenario. Set at some time in the indeterminate future, this band of sultry survivors think they are the last people on earth. On a hunting mission, they encroach on the mutant's territory which causes a retaliatory strike. Just who came up with this property division in the first place? And you've got to credit the carnivorous monsters for abiding to the strict letter of the agreement for so long. They can't be all bad! With the tribe and its elders in peril, three young protagonists set out on a quest for help. Luckily, they meet the invaluable Sean Bean who raises questions about everything they were taught to believe.

Bean knew one of the adventurer's father, and he thinks that the son just might hold the key to saving mankind. Why? Here's the pivotal plot point. He can read. Yes, apparently no one on earth bothered to pass on even the most minimal of education through the years. This is especially amusing, as every character speaks with modern colloquialisms and phrases. The dialogue is so contemporary, in fact, it really doesn't support the fact that so much time has passed or that we've seemingly regressed in our educational capabilities. The town elders have been reduced to bumbling religious zealots with no instinct for self-preservation. I know that no one is looking for authenticity--I'm just saying.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By G. Teslovich on November 4, 2011
Format: DVD
Unimaginative ripoff of past Apocalyptic future movies where "us-humans" have done ourselves in, again, for I don't know the umpteeth movie. See "Planet of the Apes ..." or the '60s "Time Machine", not that "Lost 90 Minutes" is in their league. The only person of note is Bean and all he has to do is have "the look"; say a few lines and then pick up the royalties.

Most amusing were the mutants who at times had the "walk like a zombie"; at times gallop like a werewolf; at times fly like a vampire routines going. Talk about touching all your bases. The producers tried to be cute clever for the first five minutes as the viewer tries to figure out the time period except that if you're sharp you immediately notice that the spear blade looks like a machine sharpened Yoshi or Kyocera ceramic knife.

Positive:
Good set, and some CGI, ruined city effects.

Negatives:
The quest to find the magic anti-mutant powder was cheap if not farfetched. The end of the movie seemed like the writers ran out of time, money or simply got bored.
The spoken language was remarkably grammatically correct for people who cannot read.
The usual fighting scenes between mutants and humans looked like cheap Hong Kong '70s martial arts.
Costumes looked like store bought tailored but polished fake leather.
Heavy cosmetics on the ladies really doesn't add to the desolate future feel.
Fighting a CGI giant sloth seemed like overkill for a small piece of meat the size of your hand. I just didn't see the point other than to show off CGI skills.
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