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Population 2

1.9 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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In this taut, futuristic tale, something has gone terribly wrong and only one survivor remains on earth … a woman named Lilith, who desperately wanders a planet devoid of humanity.

Each day, Lilith scavenges what she can from the remains of civilization, the deserted refuse of a once-bustling metropolis.

Each night, she returns to her hidden space beneath the lifeless city and contemplates the past … a life in which she was betrayed … a world that now exists only in her mind.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Suzanne Tufan, Jon Ashley Hall, Shelly Lipkin, Sibyl, Jacqueline Gault
  • Directors: Gil Luna
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Green Apple Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 22, 2013
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AADAIOU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #207,499 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This might have been a decent movie, but unfortunately it is absolutely unwatchable. The audio is way out of sync with the video, making any attempt to watch this film an extremely frustrating experience. Others have pointed this out as well.
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Dialog is way oyt of sync with the audio. How does that happen before being released to the public? And those two annoying fighter pilots who pop up every 5 or ten minutes? Lame. I really love post apocalypse movies, so, thats the only reason I'm going to push on to the end. So far, very slow, boring , and this will probably have a lame if not very weak endding......
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The best part of this movie are the scenes and locations of the post apocalyptic world Lilith wanders through. But on its own, that's just a dirty woman in a gas mask pulling a wagon around. The rest of the parts are needed to tell Lilith's tale and how she got where she is. The problem is, the rest of this movie is awful, awful, awful. Aside from Suzanne Tufan, whose performance is somewhat passable, the rest of the acting is really bad. The story is convoluted, boring, and ultimately feels incomplete.

I know this is an independent film, and that independent films are supposed to be edgy and cerebral and a reaction against Hollywood... or something. But too often, independent films are becoming just another cliche.

This could have been so much more.
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I usually like most fringe movies with difficult topics – but what was this? It was so poorly filmed and edited it was truly impossible to watch. The concept is great, but in every way this movie fails.
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This is a 2012 film called "Population 2" that didn't do well so it was re-titled and repackaged and placed in Walmart ($9.88 US) for idiots like me to buy as "After Doomsday." Lilith (Suzanne Tufan) has survived the doomsday event as she walks around in a gas mask and narrates and has boring flashbacks which consume the stories' subplot and various themes. It takes place about 20 years in the future.

It seems Omni Tech has saved the planet with a $450 trillion dollar sun shield (I think that is more money than every existed in the history of the planet, but just go with it). Things go bad, planet heats up, riots, and then for some reason we drop the big one. Seems the company has selected a core group to survive...somewhere, but it was too expensive to develop more dialogue.

The themes seemed to be about corporate vs. people control; corporate media control, and technology vs technology. The acting was extremely bad. The dialogue could not have been worse. This is one of those films people will cliche about getting 90 minutes of their life back and wishing they could give zero stars.

Congrats Gil Luna on getting this into Walmart.

Guide: F-bomb. A-bomb. No sex or nudity.
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The sound would not synchronize with the picture even after repeated restarts and recycling my system. I just changed to another movie ... a free one on Netflix. I would appreciate a credit from Amazon.
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I saw this film at the Worldfest International Film Festival in Houston, TX where it won a Platinum Remi for Best Sci-Fi Feature! The filmmakers, Gil Luna and Jonathan Stark, were present and shared their story about the struggles and triumphs in making this film. If you support independent film and post-apocalyptic awesomeness, then you need to BUY this film. The story will make you cry, laugh and really appreciate your life.
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It's sad, it might of been a ok movie but the the sound was so out of time with the actors speaking that it ruined the movie. Don't rent, buy, this movie you will be disappointed.
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