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quietearth [Celluloid 05.30.07] post apocalyptic movie review



Year: 2005
Director: Thomas Smugala
Writers: James Dean Schulte, Thomas Smugala
Cataclysm type: Unknown
IMDB entry: IMDB
Trailer: link
Amazon link: link
Post apocalyptic concentration: 7 out of 10
"Mad Max" level: 0 out of 10
Review by: quietearth
Rating: 5 out of 10
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Key Characters:
Sylvie (Courtney Kocak)
Queen Amber (Beverly Hynds)
Matthew (Carlos Gonzales-Vio)
Angel (Katie Rudisel)




Overview:
The world crashed, not with a scream, but just a whimper. The failure of the national power grid caused the government to crumble. All that remained was now truly local, and truly chaos. Our story starts in Cachney County, USA, 3 years after the apocalypse. The county is ruled by a former New York supermodel, who was eventually rejected by the same establishment which had embraced her. To call her cruel or vain would be an understatement.



The Story:
Rumor is, pretty girls have been disappearing. Another rumor is that Amber likes to use the blood of these pretty girls as skin cream. Sylvie ends up serving in Queen Amber's palace, where she sees many other girls held captive and true vanity. Although Amber has organized the locals and kept them fed, how long can this tenuous situation hold on?



The Rating:
The storyline didn't seem to fit at certain points and this was just generally boring to watch. Who wants to watch a movie about some broad with a severe vanity problem go crazy? Just watch if you're bored. I give it a 5 out of 10.

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