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The last of the warriors could now be our last hope. See more »
No emotion. No fear. No pain. They were the perfect soldiers to protect civilization-until the drone police became the perfect enemy... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Peter Allas ... Angry Cop
Matthew R. Anderson ... MSgt. Washington (as Matt Anderson)

Steven Bauer ... Drone Scientist

Keith David ... Col. Norton / Gun Voice 2
Joe Hess ... Operator #2

Maddy Howard ... Reporter
Erken Ialgashev ... Angry Gunman
Lillianna Munro Johnson ... Little Girl (as Lilliana Munro Johnson)
Violet Boudicca Johnson ... Little Girl (as Violet B. Johnson)
Camille Juliette ... Little Girl
T.K. Lawlor ... Super Drone

Dawnn Lewis ... Angel - Tallis' Rifle (voice)

David Mattey ... Super Drone

Caryn Mower ... Drone Scientist #2
Philly ... Hound Dog

Ted J. Pryor ... Angry Citizen
Anthony V. Pugliese III ... Angry Citizen

Katee Sackhoff ... Girl

Booboo Stewart ... Young Tallis (as Boo Boo Stewart)

Nils Allen Stewart ... Trinny
Jeffery Strauss ... Angry Citizen
Declan Sullivan ... Angry Citizen
Donielle Sullivan ... Angry Citizen
Parker Sullivan ... Angry Citizen
Rileigh Sullivan ... Angry Citizen

Jerry Trimble ... Last Human Cop (as Jerry Trimble Jr.)

Austin Vaccaro ... Operator #1 (as Austin Vaccarro)

Don Wilson ... Tallis (as Don 'The Dragon' Wilson)

Bokeem Woodbine ... Anchilles

Brent Bailey ... Action Drone (uncredited)

Troy DeWalt ... Killer Drone (uncredited)
Levi Harrison ... Young Soldier (uncredited)
Tamas Nadas ... Drone Fighter (uncredited)

Directed by
Jesse V. Johnson  (as Jesse Johnson)
Writing credits
Jesse V. Johnson (screenplay)

Produced by
Thomas Callicoat .... associate producer
Charles W. Crowe Jr. .... associate producer
Stephen Fromkin .... associate producer
Bill J. Gottlieb .... producer
Erken Ialgashev .... co-producer
Joe Knee .... associate producer
Ted J. Pryor .... executive producer
Anthony V. Pugliese III .... executive producer
Elsa Ramo .... associate producer
McKay Stewart .... associate producer
Don Wilson .... co-producer
Original Music by
Marcello De Francisci 
Cinematography by
Robert Hayes 
Film Editing by
Ken Blackwell 
Casting by
Jeanette O'Connor  (as Gennette Tondino)
Ted Warren 
Production Design by
Alicia Haverland 
Art Direction by
Gina DiBari 
Set Decoration by
T.K. Lawlor 
Costume Design by
Daniel Staig 
Makeup Department
Kathleen Karridene .... makeup artist: newscasters
Rochelle Kneisley-Fisher .... assistant hair stylist (as Rochelle Kneisley)
Rochelle Kneisley-Fisher .... assistant makeup artist (as Rochelle Kneisley)
Myke Michaels .... hair stylist supervisor
Myke Michaels .... makeup supervisor
Alex Noble .... makeup department head
Production Management
Michael Baumgarten .... unit production manager
Thomas Callicoat .... production manager
Johnathon Freeman .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jason C. Brown .... second second assistant director
Nicholas Lee .... first assistant director
Sloane Lewis .... second assistant director: second unit
Michael Musteric .... second assistant director (as Michael J. Musteric)
Garrett Warren .... second unit director
Greg Weinbrecht .... additional assistant director
Art Department
Tammy Bellisle .... art department assistant
Gina DiBari .... set dresser
Jon Haaz .... property master (as Jon 'Pyro' Haaz)
Dave Held .... props (as Dave 'Squid' Held)
Michael Hersey .... assistant art director (as Mike Hersey)
Sara Krueger .... props
Ginger McCray .... art department assistant
Robert W. Miller .... prop fabricator
Tom Wiseman .... set dresser
Sound Department
Paul Berolzheimer .... sound effects editor
Daniel Guerra .... sound mixer
Daniel Guerra .... sound recordist
Dustin Harrison .... adr recordist
Scott A. Jennings .... sound department head
Scott A. Jennings .... sound effects editor
Scott A. Jennings .... sound re-recording mixer
Sean Keegan .... foley artist
Linda Kuckuk .... additional boom operator
Richard Lopez .... boom operator (as Richard Matthew Lopez)
Doug Madick .... foley artist
Jarmil Maupin .... sound designer
Jarmil Maupin .... sound effects editor
Jarmil Maupin .... supervising sound editor
Clay Miller .... sound effects editor
Stewart Nelsen .... dialogue editor
Richard Partlow .... foley artist (as Rick Partlow)
B. Tennyson Sebastian II .... sound re-recording mixer (as Tennyson Sebastian)
Special Effects by
Gary F. Bentley .... pyrotechnician (as Gary Bentley)
Derek Crimmel .... special effects technician
Bill Davis .... special effects
Josh Hakian .... special effects coordinator
Ryan Hanson .... special effects technician
Joseph Lakin .... special effects technician
Robert Miller .... prop rifle
David Waine .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Steven J. Brooks .... visual effects
Kent Demaine .... visual effects artist: scope
Chris Ferriola .... visual effects artist: helicopter
Bill J. Gottlieb .... visual effects supervisor
Will Robbins .... visual effects artist: scope (as William Robbins)
Chris Jai Alex .... stunts (as Christopher Cortland)
Matthew R. Anderson .... stunt coordinator
Brent Bailey .... action team
Helena Barrett .... stunt double: Girl
Mark Bedell .... stunts
Mark Brewster .... stunts
Sarah Brown .... stunts
Edward Conna .... utility stunts
Gregory Crafts .... stunts
Luke Darnell .... utility stunts
Cody Davis .... stunts
Troy DeWalt .... action team
Zoli Dora .... stunts
Donald Erfert .... utility stunts
Kristen Evenson .... stunt double
Gene Freeman .... stunts
Daniel Grzeskowiak .... stunts
Precious Jenkins .... utility stunts (as Preshas Jenkins)
Kevin Kem .... stunts
Luke LaFontaine .... fight choreographer
Dan Lemieux .... utility stunts
David Mattey .... stunt actor
Caryn Mower .... stunt double
Caryn Mower .... stunt double: Katee Sackhoff
Tamas Nadas .... stunts
Sonny Sison .... stunts
Marek Solek .... stunt performer
Aaron Toney .... stunts
Mike Wilson .... stunts
Kerry Wong .... stunt double: Tallis
Kofi Yiadom .... stunt double: Anchilles
Camera and Electrical Department
Ari Abramczyk .... additional still photographer
Devyn Allee .... grip (as Devyn M. Allee)
Michael Baumgarten .... camera operator: news segments and behind-the-scene footage
Aaron Brenner .... electrician
Michael Chateauneuf .... best boy grip
Chris Cotterman .... electrician
James Cottle .... still photographer (as James D. Cottle)
Emily Eggan .... additional camera loader
Dominik Estarella .... additional camera operator: additional photography (as Dominick M. Estarella)
Jonathan Hall .... b-camera operator: second unit
Jonathan Hall .... director of photography: second unit
Raul Hernandez .... first assistant camera: additional photography
Jamie Johnson .... still photographer
Gerald Lee .... gaffer
Jin Sung Lee .... grip
Benjamin Longsworth .... first assistant camera: second unit
Joey Moran .... best boy electric
Ken Ohara .... camera operator: video storyboard
Jarrod Oswald .... second assistant camera
David Presley .... video assist (as David Pressley)
Mark Ream .... additional camera loader (as Mark Allan Ream)
Michael Rizzi .... camera loader
Rocky Romines .... key grip
Robert Royds .... assistant camera
Andrew Mackaye Shuford .... second assistant camera: second unit
Brian Silva .... grip
Joe Solari .... first assistant camera
Laura Vella .... additional camera loader
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jessica Elliott .... costume supervisor (as Jessica Cianci-Elliott)
Kristen Evenson .... wardrobe designer
Don E. Gaffney .... armor maker
Nathan Lenz .... costume fabricator
Lori Rozzi .... costume fabricator
Gabe Singer .... costume fabricator
Tema L. Staig .... costume fabricator (as Tema Levine)
Al Zequeira .... costume fabricator
Editorial Department
Brenda Arson .... post-production coordinator
Sam Dlugach .... final colorist
Music Department
Marcello De Francisci .... music scoring mixer
Bahar Shah .... vocals
Transportation Department
Chris Hicks .... driver
John Christopher Hicks .... driver
Penny Hicks .... driver
Billy Kane .... transportation coordinator (as Bill Kane)
Armando Santana .... transportation captain
Eddie Santana .... driver
Other crew
Rodrigo Achar .... office intern
Richard Albert .... legal counsel (as Richard Albert Esq.)
Pedro Arreguin .... fire safety officer
Brenda Arson .... production accountant
Brenda Arson .... production coordinator
Will Barrett .... site representative: refinery
Barry Beauchamp .... chef
Marty Carlin .... studio teacher
Alberto J. Chamorro .... key set production assistant (as Alberto Chamorro)
Bill Davis .... armorer: .50 caliber gun operator
Ami Dolenz .... dog wrangler
Simeon G. Dyke .... fire safety officer
Maryjane Fereza .... assistant to executive producer: Thad J. Pryor
Guy Flint .... studio teacher
Monique Green .... security
Torrence Hall .... armorer
Emerson Jaco .... production assistant
Luke LaFontaine .... sword master
Gary Landry Jr. .... production assistant
Daneya Mayid .... body double: Don Wilson (as Dan Mayid)
Dan Petzoid .... fire safety officer
Ted Purvis .... end titles
Crystal L. Roberts .... production assistant (as Crystal Roberts)
Ru Roberts .... production assistant
Andrew Sacks .... craft service
Jayne Scanlon .... executive assistant: Anthony V. Pugliese III
Diane Schulz .... set medic (as Diane Schulz R.N.)
Adam Semprevivo .... wrangler: tarantula
Jordan Semprevivo .... scorpion wrangler
Scott J. Shaw .... script supervisor
Ronald Thayer .... fire safety officer
Thom E. Thompson .... security
Braxter Timberlake .... office intern
Jerry Trimble .... dog wrangler (as Jerry Trimble Jr.)
Mike Tristano .... armorer
Clay Van Sickle .... armorer
Mark A. Villasenen .... fire safety officer
Ray Cavaleri .... special thanks
Chris Penn .... in loving memory of

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Also Known As:
"Last Soldier" - Japan (English title)
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Rated R for violence
93 min
Aspect Ratio:
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The sword-fighting sequences were inserted at the suggestion of Don Wilson.See more »
Revealing mistakes: Towards the end of the movie, three red drones are hunting Tallis in a sewer. The water level is only knee deep. Tallis dives under the water's surface and the shot shows him swimming in water that is waist deep to the drones. The next shot shows Tallis coming up out of the water behind the last drone and killing it. However the water level is only knee deep. Tallis then ducks back under the water and we see a shot of him swimming around again in water that is at least waist deep.See more »
[first lines]
Angel - Tallis' Rifle:'It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.' Albert Einstein made that statement when the steam powered locomotive was still a wonder of technology. I wonder what theory he would have had for the mess mankind has made of things now...
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28 out of 45 people found the following review useful.
A very decent entry from a genre over populated with lesser films, 24 March 2007
Author: gdpwatson from United Kingdom

Phew! After reading some of the heavy handed 'reviews' here I thought i'd drop by and add my two cents.

Whilst i feel that "The Last Sentinel" fails to live up to the standard set by director Jesse Johnson in his previous film i still think that it ranks as a top notch low budget action film. What turned me onto Johnson was his previous film "Pit Fighter" which i thoroughly enjoyed due to the intensity and rawness of the fight scenes. With Don Wilson on board for this i was expected some more of the same but in hindsight as a newish director i prefer the fact that he's not trying to rest on his laurels and is trying new things as far as he himself is concerned.

So what's so great about "The Last Sentinel"? Well for a low budget film it looks great. Admittedly the majority of the film is quite clearly set in the back lot of some film studio, but what it succeeds in doing is creating a gritty atmosphere that matches the imagery used within the film. I actually feel that "The Last Sentinel" manages to successfully convey an epic feel to proceedings and would go so far as to say that this alone raises this film above many similar entries within the genre.

What else works in favour of the film? Well i have to say that i never thought i'd be able to see Katee Sackhoff as anything other than Starbuck, and with this film being a sci-fi actioner i thought it'd be even harder to see a distinction, but in "The Last Sentinel" Sackhoff delivers a performance that manages to separate her character in every respect from the cigar smoking, hot-headed viper pilot from the Galactica. Fans of Katee might not be happy with her acting in a low budget action flick for fear of this holding her back from a more mainstream audience and to this i have 2 things to say; first of all you have to start somewhere and, as great an actress as Katee is, you can't really expect someone whose first break through role is in a science fiction television series (regardless of the critical acclaim its been receiving) to land Oscar worthy material; secondly Katee delivers a quality performance here and if you are a Katee fan then you'll not be disappointed.

Just to wrap this up i'd like to mention Wilson's performance in this. Let's face it the biggest draw for this flick will be to fans of 'The Dragon' so it's only fair the man gets some mention considering so many people have focused on Katee Sackhoff. It's disappointing that Wilson doesn't get to unleash a barrage of kick ass kick-boxing moves but in every other respect he delivers. Don't get me wrong, his performance in the film is on an even standing with the standards set by himself throughout his career however here he has never looked so good! He's a rough, tough battle hardened veteran and he looks it!

So in conclusion people let's not forget what we have here, a low budget action film starring Don 'The Dragon' Wilson and Katee Sackhoff, directed by a man fresh in his (directing) career where the intention is to deliver a fun trip for all involved. Sure it might not be the most original of films but in a genre defined by such things how can you mark this against it? I've watched loads of similar films in my time and this is one of the few times where i find myself genuinely happy when the credits rolled. Sure it could have done with some decent martial arts fights but that's my personal opinion and i'll not hold that against it. Fans of the genre should check this out and rest assured you're gonna be getting one of the better offerings that the market has to offer.

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