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REVIEW: THE LAST SEVEN

PUBLISHED: 15:59 25 August 2010 | UPDATED: 11:09 14 October 2010

IF you like that kind of thing, apocalyptic thriller on the cheap THE LAST SEVEN (18) has a few scenes that were shot locally.

IF you like that kind of thing, apocalyptic thriller on the cheap THE LAST SEVEN (18) has a few scenes that were shot locally.

Spotting them will be about as much fun as you can have with this awkward thriller that seems so impressed by its few shots of deserted London that the first 15 minutes are devoted to it. Sadly director Imran Naqvi can't make the familiar territory of the plot particularly new as we watch the last seven members of the human race struggle to find out what happened to the planet while arguing among themselves. The fact that Danny Dyer turns up as (rather appropriately) the harbinger of death probably says everything you need to know about this second rate chiller. - JUSTIN MATLOCK


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