The Final Patient
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- Behind the scenes: staging & effects
- Behind the faces: prosthetics & makeup
- The beginning & end: from storyboard to editing
- Deleted scenes
Top Customer Reviews
The two core actors, Bill Cobbs (Dr. Dan) and Jason Scott Campbell (Willy), put in very solid performances. They hold the screen during the middle act, keeping us riveted where many actors would fail. They are the glue of the movie. Because of them, you will keep watching.
The story is unique, fresh, and for the most part a joy to watch. Please remember that this a lower budget indie, so what you get is a simple, intelligently written story, as opposed to the usual Hollywood grind. This is a good thing.
I like this movie, and would watch it again. It has a few flaws, namely some herky jerky and distracting camera movements that occasionally draw you from your immersion in the film, and some horribly over-acted, over-dramatic minor actors. You will get your fair share of exaggerated facial expressions and insecure, flat dialog in the first 15 minutes. But hang in, things get much better.
Another flaw is the last scene. It didn't feel right in the movie. A mysterious butterscotch candy wrapper(s) lying on the hospital bed would have been a more suitable ending for the feel of this flick.
Please see The Final Patient. Give some love to this indie film. It deserves a viewing.
Tonight, on a rainy Saturday night, I was pleasantly surprised for a change. I plan to keep this one and take it over to mom's and let her enjoy it. The story moved along like a big budget production. It followed a logical path and looked like anything but a frightening tale for most of the movie. Yet the story was interesting as old Doc saved a young boy from a tragic accident but appeared to be unusually strong for his age and condition while saving this kid. The story develops from there as the people of this small town are naturally curious about these occurrences. The acting was strong, especially by Bill Cobbs who I have seen in other movies. He's a very good actor.
This movie is not anything like ALIEN except that the novelty of the story reminds me of that fine movie. It's an unusual tale that doesn't involve ghosts or real monsters. But the delivery is definitely creepy. Great effort! I really enjoyed it. Some of these movies I watch and then give them away for others to enjoy. But, like I said, I will be keeping this one in my CREEPY LIBRARY! Spend the five bucks for the Blu ray and enjoy it. I believe you will.
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THIS WAS GREAT AND FAST SHIPPING. WILL BUY AGAIN! THANK YOU VERY MUCH!Published 20 months ago by fran
its more like a amusing to watch if havent seen it yet , other wise it is waste of money to keep wathing dork to go to no were movie patientPublished on November 10, 2012 by J. ta
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... Read morePublished on September 26, 2012 by Staci
This film was alright for an indie flick; tolerable acting and a decent story... well for about 3/4 of it, that's when the concerns arise: The 400lb sheriff gets upset when the... Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by M. Abner
I get really disappointed when a horror movie has a great actor, and then leads the whole film down the path of destruction. Read morePublished on August 3, 2012 by HAUNTRESS
I love these kind of movies. Saw it years ago on TV and forgot the name of the movie. So then I bought the DVD by mistake. It is just as boring as it was years ago! Read morePublished on July 3, 2011 by Daniel M. Lafler
OK movie. Wasn't great, wasn't bad. For the price I paid for it at the time...I do not regret owning this movie.Published on March 21, 2011 by dragt
THE FINAL PATIENT stars Bill Cobbs as Dr. Dan Green, an aging small town physician w/ a severely ill wife. Read morePublished on May 6, 2010 by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein