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Last Best Chance (2005)

Thriller about governments around the world racing to attempt to stop a terrorist organization from gaining loose nuclear weapons and supplies before it's too late. DVD includes a 15 minute... See full summary »

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Ben Goddard

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Ben Goddard
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Credited cast:
Fajer Al-Kaisi ... Deputy
Denis Arndt ... Nathan Sheldon
Tom Brokaw ... Himself
Vincent D'Arbouze ... South African guard
Jon Gries ... Bernard Wheeler
Gregory Hlady ... Dubrovsky
Mark Antony Krupa ... Lt. Degtiaryov
Richard Lugar Richard Lugar ... Himself
Sam Nunn Sam Nunn ... Himself
Sergei Priselkov ... Dmitri Soloviov
Monti Sharp ... Paul Burton
Fred Dalton Thompson ... President Charles Ross
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Thriller about governments around the world racing to attempt to stop a terrorist organization from gaining loose nuclear weapons and supplies before it's too late. DVD includes a 15 minute round-table discussion about the threat of nuclear weapons with Tom Brokaw, Senator Richard Lugar (R) and former Senator Sam Nunn (D). Written by Anonymous

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The terrorists are racing. We are not yet racing to stop them.

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Drama | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Terrorstop See more »

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The DVD was given away for free by the Nuclear Threat Initiative. See more »

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As if you weren't already fearful enough...
19 July 2006 | by soundnillustr8See all my reviews

I interpreted this movie as yet another method of instilling fear within us. Anyone who's taken a U.S. history class knows of the events of Hiroshima, and practically everyone in the world knows of the events of September 11th. In my opinion, anyone with a brain is aware of the potential for a nuclear attack, and that as resentment grows and technology develops through time, the chances of such an attack happening get better and better. Why spend so much money creating a docu-drama with good actors and professional screen shots about a nuclear situation everyone's already familiar with? Why not spend less money and just make a documentary, with more facts and less dodgy U.S. glorification? This film totally portrays the U.S. as this do-good administration of compassionate pacifists (as another reviewer pointed out), which, as I'm sure the majority of us are aware, isn't quite the whole story. And I'm sorry, but from the get-go, the tag line, "this film is based on facts" really bugged me, especially since the storyline is fictional. Facts such as that there are terrorists out there plotting to nuke other countries, most notably us? No way, really!? Who would've guessed?


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