Rent The Last Survivors (2014)

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1h 31min
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Starring Booboo Stewart, The Last Survivors follows two teenagers battling to survive in a vast and barren valley, where it has not rained for ten years. As the rain dried up, the rules of society simply blew away, leaving them to single-handedly fight off a gang of bloodthirsty mercenaries, hell-bent on seizing their most precious possession, a small water-bearing well.' Hunt or be hunted, fight or die, only one group will survive...
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Jacob Forman, Thomas S. Hammock
The Well
Kaleidoscope Home Ent.
Horror, Thrillers
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Run Time:
91 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
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Spoilers follow ... - The Last Survivors review by NP

Opening with a lengthy dialogue-free scene, Kendal (Haley Lu Richardson) appears to be the sole survivor of some apocalyptic occurrence that has left the world ravaged and arid. As it turns out, she is one of a handful of characters who are all trying to survive in their sun-stung waterless desert.

Kendal and her sick friend Dean (the wonderfully named Booboo Stewart) are attempting to protect their life-saving well from the wandering evil water baron Carson (Jon Gries) and his band of scavengers, who are attempting to secure all water-giving appliances as his own.

Despite a slow beginning, and the burning feeling that this might just be a catwalk teen-soap, this soon developed into something far more interesting. Richardson is convincing and appealing as Kendall, and even the young actor Max Charles, who could have been precocious as juvenile survivor Alby, is very good.

The finale plays out very much like a Western, with a well-staged showdown between various characters. The ending is low-key in a way that befits the story being told, and the stunning scenery, shot in California, is a double-edged sword: beautiful but deadly. Recommended.

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