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Writers (WGA):
Stephen Brackley (written by) &
Pamela K. Long (written by)
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Release Date:
19 April 2001 (New Zealand) See more »
Welcome to the island of California. See more »
After a massive earthquake destroys Los Angeles, a new order is formed. But disagreement among the ranks leads to more war and disruption, and The Last Patrol must bring order if there's to be any hope for the future. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Last temptation (To just shut the movie off) See more (25 total) »


  (in credits order)

Dolph Lundgren ... Nick Preston
Sherri Alexander ... Sarah McBride

Joe Michael Burke ... Lucky Simcoe
Rebecca Cross ... Candy

Brook Susan Parker ... Rainbow
Juliano Mer-Khamis ... Jesus Carrera (as Juliano Mer)
Chanan Elias ... Simon Peace

Ze'ev Revach ... Cooky
Angelique Lettich ... Tamara
Terry Big Charles ... Pope
Howard Rypp ... Will
Gilya Stern ... Miriam

Ishai Golan ... Jasper
Jack Adalist ... Ferguson
Nati Ravitz ... State Trooper
Yoav Dekelbaum ... Michael McBride
Yohanan Herson ... Dying Man
Jessica Lettich ... Lamar

Jay Koller ... Hangman

Directed by
Sheldon Lettich 
Writing credits
Stephen Brackley (written by) &
Pamela K. Long (written by)

Produced by
Stephen Brackley .... executive producer
Leman Cetiner .... co-executive producer
Guenther Heinlein .... co-executive producer
Hanan Kotzky .... producer
Jacob Kotzky .... producer
Pamela K. Long .... executive producer
Steven Mendelson .... executive producer
Axel Munch .... co-executive producer
Original Music by
David Michael Frank 
Cinematography by
David Gurfinkel 
Film Editing by
Martha Huntley 
Isaac Sehayek 
Casting by
Mindy Johnson 
Mark Tillman 
Production Design by
Kuli Sander 
Art Direction by
Giora Porter 
Set Decoration by
Amos Lavi 
Costume Design by
Yael Rubin 
Makeup Department
Esther Ben-Noon .... key makeup artist (as Etty Ben Noon)
Production Management
Danny Ben Menahem .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tamar Ichilov .... second assistant director
Dov Maoz .... first assistant director
Greg Powell .... second unit director
Art Department
Andrew Chernakov .... painter
Robyn Glaser .... assistant property master
Boaz Katzenelson .... property master
Sound Department
Colin Bates .... supervising sound editor
Alex Epstine .... boom operator
Greg Mauer .... foley mixer
Yohai Moshe .... sound mixer
Susan Pusateri .... foley artist (as Sue Pusateri)
Paul Ratajczak .... sound re-recording mixer
Paul Ratajczak .... sound supervisor
Jonathan Wales .... sound re-recording mixer
Brett Williams .... sound editor
Special Effects by
Pini Klavir .... special effects
Wade Eastwood .... stunt double: Mr. Lundgren
Bradley Farmer .... utility stunts
Lee Millham .... stunts
Greg Powell .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Ehab Assal .... focus puller: second camera
Itzik Ben-Aroya .... key grip
Micky Binyamini .... focus puller
Yoni Hamenachem .... still photographer
Ofer Margolin .... electrician
Gali Reshef .... gaffer
Amnon Salomon .... camera operator
Yehuda Sar-Israel .... second assistant camera
Prosper Saul .... grip
Moshe Shabbat .... best boy grip
Choresh Wald .... grip
Gaby Weismann .... second assistant camera
Casting Department
Beth Blanks .... casting associate
Other crew
Alona Barer .... production coordinator
Nitsana Bellehsen .... script supervisor
Brian Fitkin .... personal coach: Mr. Lundgren
Katie Ladyko .... personal assistant: Mr. Lundgren
Robert Yap .... production coordinator

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The Last Warrior" - USA (video title)
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Rated PG-13 for action violence and drug content
95 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:13 | Australia:M | Germany:16 | Iceland:12 | Netherlands:16 | South Korea:15 | Sweden:15 (video rating) | UK:12 (video premiere) | USA:PG-13 (certificate #37195)
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Because of sound issues, a few of Dolph Lundgren's lines were re-dubbed by another actor because Lundgren was not available for looping.See more »
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8 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Last temptation (To just shut the movie off), 24 August 2006
Author: Frank Markland from United States

Dolph Lundgren stars as Nick Preston, a soldier who survives an earth quake that separates California from the US and it is hinted that it was a global earth quake, so we are left pondering if it is only California or the whole world that has entered the apocalypse stage. Anyway there is a prison that survived and the leader looks to take over the world but before he can do so he must fight Dolph Lundgren. Dolph Lundgren is actually not too shabby in his role, he actually delivers a performance that has charisma and likability that is convincing to his character. Also Sherri Alexander isn't too shabby either and their chemistry has a few moments but generally this movie is too dull to be considered all that watchable. The Last Warrior is consistently frustrating because Lundgren will get into a good speech about the world being devastated and Lundgren manages to sell it, however the movie never shifts focus on this plot angle and instead figures to settle on the battle between Lundgren vs the prisoners. This part of the story can work if it has, oh I don't know, Action. The Last Warrior is the worst type of movie that nobody wants to see. It is a plot driven actioner without plot or action. We are left with so many confusing moments (Such as the mutant goats and their mutant owner, a woman who can make it rain and Lundgren rescuing a horse.) Truly this would have been watchable had the action angle or science fiction angle had been explored but because it isn't we are left to watch a sitcom like actioner that will surely disappoint Lundgren fans.

* out of 4-(Bad)

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