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I Think We're Alone Now

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The tumult has covered the world, it's the end times and every one of the people are wiped out. Del has figured out how to save from this calamity, he feels that he is the last survivor. In any case, he alters his opinion when he meets Grace, another survivor with baffling practices. They going with one another through an emotional and energizing experience.
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Reed Morano
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IMDb:
5.7
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HD
Duration:
96 min
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Film Journal International
Descends into illogic and inscrutability.
September 14, 2018
RogerEbert.com
A story that grows frustratingly conventional.
September 14, 2018
RogerEbert.com
I felt cheated by a film that should be about relatable issues like loneliness and difficult connections between different personality types but never lets viewers into its world in a way that feels organic or enjoyable.
August 13, 2018
AV Club
Morano's film wants to examine the emotional consequences of immersing oneself in trauma, but Makowsky's script merely paws at the edges of the idea rather than diving into the knottiness of it.
September 10, 2018
Rolling Stone
Peter Dinklage and Elle Fanning bravely face the end of the world, but they can't overcome a barrage of clichés in a plot that ties up loose ends without a single surprise or a scintilla of genuine emotion.
September 14, 2018
New York Times
A post-apocalyptic tale with a late plot twist that feels as if it comes out of left field. And right field. And center field, the stands and the dugout, too.
September 13, 2018
Los Angeles Times
There's nothing here about the necessary rudeness of companionship that wasn't more entertainingly addressed in the first episodes of the comedy series "The Last Man On Earth."
September 12, 2018