Z for Zachariah (2015)
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An average movie
"(WATCHED: 12 April 2021)"
“To be honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect from this flick but since there was a decent cast involved, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, I always had a weak spot for minimalistic movies dealing only with a few characters and there was something quite topical about these few survivors following some major worldwide disaster, considering our own current crisis with the coronavirus. Unfortunately, I think it was a mistake to bring Chris Pine’s character into the mix and I’m not surprised that there were only two protagonists in the novel it was adapted from (Obviously, Ann and John). Seriously, it was as if they reduced the end of the world to a rather tedious and predictable love triangle which was rather disappointing. On top of that, I thought the idea rather sad that, if” read more
"Result: #67 on "Best Films of 2015" list. Trailer: "
"This movie brings the story of a couple of survivors of an unidentified contamination or radiation and the love triangle that ensues between them. Don't expect this movie to be faithful to Robert O'Brian's book as it differs quite a lot from it. The post apocalyptic scenario doesn't really affect the plot either so there's no action scenes or anything exciting for that matter that happens. It's basically just a slow paced romantic drama with tensions simmering between the 3 characters. Margot R"
"Watched 8/30/2015 Rating 7.0/10 Good film with good performances from the cast but its pacing made it seem over 2 hours long when it only has a 97 minute running time. "
"2015 Cinematography Actress: Margot Robbie"
"Reason for the future sucking: Radiation has nearly wiped out, the whole world and everyone in it. Now that's gotta suck! Year it takes place: Near futurish."
" DVD- 1hr. 37min. First Viewing Z for Zachariah is so damn slow and low-key that it threats to drift into genuine tedium several times (it like does so full-on to some). Luckily, post-apocalyptic stories are inherently intriguing, and director Zobel shows a great grip on tone as to make nearly every scene eerie. The movie's strongest assets are its cast; each doing strong, subtle work (Ejiofor likely fares the strongest) that sells the films overall story. It might bore the hell out of you, but "
" Director: Craig Zobel Cinematographer: Tim Orr Other Images "
" 7.2/10 With only three total actors in this downplayed post-apocalyptic film, director Craig Zoebel successfully focuses on these characters who slowly build with much more than just dialogue."
"July 24th Directed By: Craig Zobel "