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The Last Man(s) on Earth (2012)

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When YouTube survival experts Kaduche and Wynn discover the world's destruction will be man-made, it's up to them to thwart the mysterious forces trying to end the world before it's too late.

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Kaduche
Brady Bluhm ...
Wynn
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Marcus
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Violet
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Oracle
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Violet the Intern Scientist
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Ivan R. Bird ...
Police Van Driver
Mark Crew ...
Henchman Curtis
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Scientist #1
Natalie Duran ...
Zombie Climber
Travis Fannin ...
Zombie
Jessica Jones ...
Zombie
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Henchman
Tim X. Lee ...
Traffic School Instructor Franco (as Tim Lee)
Marissa E. Macias ...
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When YouTube survival experts Kaduche and Wynn discover the world's destruction will be man-made, it's up to them to thwart the mysterious forces trying to end the world before it's too late.

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Saving the world like there's no tomorrow! See more »


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Based on the web series of the same name. See more »

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Wynn: I brought the smoke-bombs, but I had to ditch the chainsaw. Did you bring the toiletry kit?
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If YouTube was a movie, this would be the most YouTube movie of them all
20 January 2015 | by (North Hollywood, CA) – See all my reviews

Based on their YouTube comedy series, The Last Man(s) on Earth, we find Charan Prabhakar and Brady Bluhm channeling their inner Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, respectively. This is a film that looks like it was a ton of fun to make, though slightly less fun to watch. Don't get me wrong, I did enjoy it and found the leads to be funny characters, but it still felt like a YouTube length skit that was stretched out to feature length proportions. The filmmakers were also obviously working on a very constrained budget, which added charm at moments and weighed down the film at other times. If you enjoy the camaraderie of Pegg/Frost, then this film might just as well be the lower-budgeted cousin, with a similar character dynamic and humor that wouldn't be out of place in one of their films or TV shows. Overall, a valiant effort and I'd love to see what these guys could do if given the resources to make a decently funded feature.


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