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. show more
Best of all is the half-surreal, half-touching scene of the couple ordering Chinese delivery - needless to say, the tip is sizable - and inviting the courier to Skype his family one last time and share in a moment of common humanity. show more
The picture is also weirdly compelling, maybe most notably for the way Dafoe's character - who is, in this respect, perhaps a stand-in for the Bronx-born Ferrara - seems to be grappling less with the idea that the world is ending than that the city is ending. show more
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!
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.