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After Darkness (2018)

R | | Drama, Family, Sci-Fi | 2018 (USA)
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As the SUN burns out, an American family gathers at the end of the world, their hopes for rescue slowly crumbling as they also confront long lasting divides amongst each other.

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Batan Silva
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Credited cast:
Natalia Dyer ... Clara Beaty
Kyra Sedgwick ... Georgina Beaty
Valorie Curry ... Margot
Tim Daly ... Raymond Beaty
John Patrick Amedori ... Raymond Beaty Jr.
Sam Daly ... Brian
Jeremy Childs ... Intruder Sr.
Roberto Aguire ... Fred Beaty
Christina Mandrell ... Abbey
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As the SUN burns out, an American family gathers at the end of the world, their hopes for rescue slowly crumbling as they also confront long lasting divides amongst each other.

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Hope begins at the end of the world


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Rated R for brief disturbing images and some language

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Mexico | USA

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English

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2018 (USA) See more »

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Nakon tame See more »

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Nashville, Tennessee, USA See more »

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Not the worst movie I've ever seen is the nicest thing I can say
24 January 2019 | by goontaSee all my reviews

Okay so, to be fair, there are worse films one could point to than this odd snoozefest, but make no mistake, from start to finish you will find yourself wondering if your 98 minutes could be better spent doing something else. Nevermind the affront to science, there are bigger problems. The acting isn't the worst but it's pretty bad, maybe slightly better than an after school special but I'll admit I might be giving it too much credit. The characters are more like caricatures, and it's hard to care what happens to such shallow, exaggerated cliches. I wouldn't even really call this a scifi, more like a drama with science fiction undertones, and a bad one at that.

I watched this movie clear through so you don't have to, and don't endure to the end expecting to be rewarded for your sacrifice. I've seen some films that started out terrible but ended up surprising me. This was not one of those films. My suggestion is this: If after the first five minutes you find yourself hoping it gets better, know that it won't and stop wasting your time - I wish that I had. On the other hand if you're bored to tears and there's nothing else to watch, you could do worse (just not by much). I realize not everyone is going to agree with my low markings but if I really liked this movie I'd avoid going all in on five stars because it's so clearly bad that I'd look like a shill.


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