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4:44 Last Day on Earth


Rated R for a scene of strong sexuality, nudity, language and some drug content..

R In Theaters 03/23/2012 , 85min.
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Critic score based on 14 reviews

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August 10, 2012
Oh my goodness! This is the worst movie I have ever attempted to watch in my lifetime. Horrible. Please do not waste your money on this movie. I can not believe Willem Dafoe stooped to this level. Terrible!
July 30, 2012
Seems Awesome!!
July 25, 2012
Please... PLEASE DO NOT waste your time. This movie is one of the worst movies I've EVER seen. I agree with what someone else said, I ************* it in hopes that it would get better. Trust me... it DOESN'T! HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE. Last Day on Earth -more like the last film anyone involved in this should ever work on. Everyone involved should be ashamed.
July 22, 2012
worst movie ever, is the green goblen hurtting that much for money????
July 19, 2012
This is the worst movie I have seen in a very long time. I kept thinking that it would pick up- get more interesting. Finally, I just wanted it over with.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Los Angeles Times
Dafoe, who also starred in Ferrara's woefully underseen "Go Go Tales," brings a quiet grace to his role, while Leigh has a rough-hewn emotional directness. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
Your last day - or, as it happens, the whole planet's last day - will be just like every other one. Mr. Ferrara makes this point with ingenuity and characteristic thrift by using found news footage to provide images of apocalypse. Full Review
Jaime N. Christley
Slant Magazine
It's only natural that Abel Ferrara's vision of the end of the world should take corporeal form as a quasi-autobiographical hangout movie. Full Review
Joe Neumaier
New York Daily News
Feels stagy and anti-visceral. Full Review
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
In his 4:44 Last Day on Earth, the auteur imagines the apocalypse from an aging NYC hipster's perspective, hitting melancholy notes that may ring true for a small segment of the art-house audience but, without the compelling presence of Willem Dafoe, would have little hope at the box office. Full Review

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