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4:44 Last Day on Earth (2011)

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A look at how a painter and a successful actor spend their last day together before the world comes to an end.

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Teddy
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Cisco's Daughter
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Tina
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Sky's Mother
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Noah
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Drug Dealer
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A look at how a painter and a successful actor spend their last day together before the world comes to an end.

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Drama | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for a scene of strong sexuality, nudity, language and some drug content | See all certifications »
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19 December 2012 (France)  »

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4:44 - O Fim do Mundo  »

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$8,355 (USA) (23 March 2012)

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$15,738 (USA) (30 March 2012)
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Shanyn Leigh picked out all the clothes that she wears in this film. See more »

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Featured in Brows Held High: Melancholia (2012) See more »

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Ain't That a Shame
Written by Fats Domino and David Bartholomew
Performed by Fats Domino
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The last hours of a couple as human life on earth is about to come to an end.
23 March 2013 | by (houston, tx) – See all my reviews

This film is fairly disturbing. It is very well acted and absolutely true to life. Some reviewers question the portrayal of many people as going about their daily lives in the face of disaster. As someone who has experienced the possibility of death and spent time in a residence where people were dying, that is pretty much what most people do. Whether it is because denial is such a motivator or just because most folks don't have the funds to change their lives in a big way, most folks just keep on keeping on. You talk to loved ones, say goodbye, settle up unsettled business and put on the clothes you have been saving for a special occasion.

My problems with this film are that the science is not explained and the story contains no concrete lessons. The moral seems to be 'I told you so.' It also is not moving. Therein lies its biggest failing. A quiet, thoughtful end of days film should leave the moviegoer with a desire to avoid the events of the movie. As a person with a history of activism, at the conclusion of this film I was discomfited, somewhat depressed but had no desire to do more about the environment. Why make a movie about an avoidable end of the world if not to move people?

Why should you see it? Because it lays blame where blame belongs: on each and every one of us. The spacemen didn't do it. Terrorists didn't do it. Muslims, Koreans, Communists - none of them did it. We did it to ourselves and the Al Gore clip is not laughable but probably the scariest part of the film because it is real.


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