After a comet releases a mysterious virus that begins to kill all of the women in the world, a young couple's relationship is severely tested. They hide out (from both the illness and the savages who hunt the remaining women) in their over-sterilized apartment. Ultimately the duo escapes their self-imposed quarantine to head to the wilderness for one final experience together.Written by
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I Want Everything
Performed by Julia Stone
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Dull, predictable and illogical
I don't usually write the review while I'm watching the movie, but I was confident I wouldn't miss much after watching for a bit. This film is heavy on being overly dramatic and light on sci-fi, (or anything else that might have made it interesting.) The plot is thin and the acting trite. There's a pandemic that only effects women. We find out pretty quickly she's infected. The rest of the movie is her and her bf wandering around and (I guess) waiting for her to die. In the process, they exercise little common sense.
-cut off you long, dark, flowing locks of hair?
-work up some fake whiskers or other type of disguise?
-stay out of stores and restaurants?
-not fire a gun for target practice and draw attention to yourself (and waste ammo?)
-not leave what appears to be a safe and secure house?
...if there was a $2M bounty on your head?
I can't believe this was in the Netflix top 10. Thank God it's over.
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