The Moya View

The Last Movie Ever Made: In the End, Getting It Done Right

Summary via IMDB:

With the world about to end, Marshall convinces a group of friends and strangers to help finish the sci-fi movie he abandoned in high school.


If the world should end, it should end with sweetness.

In The Last Movie Ever Made, the last movie ever made is the one that remained incomplete when you graduated from high school to adulthood. It was bad, but that didn’t matter. It was all about the connections being made and reconnected.

So apocalypse will come and you will watch that bad movie with all the ones you love. You will receive a standing ovation for the life you stumbled on and finally fully lived. And you will watch the remaining time before the sky burns on the old playground of your life, watching the children swinging and smiling. Ikiru- to live.

The Last Movie Ever Made gets a 3.5 out of 5. But none of it matters in the end if you live and love it.

The Last Movie Ever Made is part of the 10th annual Chattanooga Film Festival playing online and IRL through June 29th.





Leave a Reply

The Elderly: Parental Homicidal Tendencies Turn Real
New Religion: Feeling Red Grief
%d bloggers like this: