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Plot: A group of post-apocalyptic survivors struggle to survive in a world where jungles, forests, primeval wetlands and deserts have obliterated civilization. They staunchly face genetically ... Runtime: 90 mins Release Date: 13 Nov 2010
A fun, imaginative romp that rocks. (by udragon2010)
A stunning and creative fantasy movie set in the distant future where prehistoric beasts once again roam the wilderness and man has reverted back to a stone age society.Sean Bean is excellent and the rest of the cast is surprisingly good compared to most other Sci Fi channel projects. The FX is top notch for a made for TV film and the plot is entertaining and keeps you hooked.The use of many different genres of the post-apocalyptic fair will make any fan squeal with joy. Evil zombie like mutants prowl the forests and evil tyrants rule in the remains of our long dead civilization.The use of <more>
how religion can be mans greatest Achilles heel is used very well in the opening half of the movie as our heroes tribe is attacked by a mutant horde. The elder convinces the survivors that reading and defending oneself is against gods will. It is a chilling depiction of what happens if man chooses to ignore his intelligence and chooses to follow someone else's interpretation of how to live.Sean Bean is fantastic as a type of knight from an Arthurian like league of champions who must protect our heroes as they quest for a cure to the mutants bite.This movie is one of the best films of the genre, a well rounded and well conceived look into a lost world of mans making.
Theme is excellent material for a new long term series. Problem of "viewers" today is they actually stop love anything in life. That is why inspirational movies and series like this are usually banned from the start.World is simple place. Haters should stay in their world of hate, how rest of us could enjoy in exceptional show and good things in life.Now about the movie:Actors done a fine job. Much better than those in Star Wars: The Force Awakens 2015 which hit $1.54B revenue. This is obvious proof how movies which is pushed by "global world elite" trough mass media and <more>
large fund marketing sold in enormous numbers.The Lost Future shows to much nature and to less metal for the "global elite" taste. Therefore it is not supported. Especially when bad guy an the end was defeated to easy, so automatically gives viewers common people to much hope and tyrants global elite to less power.Everything is psychology today, but question is how many people really wants to see it that way.
"The Lost Future" 2010 is definitive proof that TV films can rise to greatness. It's a sci-fi/adventure hybrid in the spirit of "Beneath the Planet of the Apes," but without the apes.THE PLOT: In a post-apocalyptic world a small tribe of hunters & gatherers are forced to go beyond their normal hunting grounds to secure meat, which enables the "beasts" to find their village and attack. These "beasts" are actually diseased humans who are mad and zombie-like. Their disease spreads through bites, scratches or even breath. Three members of the <more>
tribe escape the siege in the hope of finding help from people outside their hunting grounds. They soon learn of a powder that can make them immune to the disease. Can they get the help they need and return to their besieged families before it's too late? Although there are no apes, the similarities to "Beneath the Planet of the Apes" are obvious: Both films take place in post-apocalyptic societies, both feature people living in primitive conditions, both include human mutants, and both include hot cavebabes. The films differ in that their plots are totally different and "The Lost Future" has a lot more action; plus "The Lost future" – although completely serious – has a slightly more comic book vibe.Some have compared "The Lost Future" to the Mad Max films but this isn't really true since there aren't any motorized vehicles or cops, not to mention it's more serious and all-around better IMHO.Like the first two installments in the "Planet of the Apes" series and all great sci-fi films "The Lost Future" addresses important themes beyond the surface story. For instance, the downside of religion is addressed: Religionists tend to turn inward and stagnate in the name of conservatism, while truth-seekers look beyond the limiting parameters set by the religious rulers a type of legalists, like the Pharisees and teachers of the law in the New Testament . The false doctrines and flawed mentalities of the religionists may temporarily keep the tribe or church or denomination safe but they're ultimately detrimental since only the truth can set free, as Jesus himself declared John 8:31-32 . This is just a taste; there's more subtext, like selfless sacrifice for the greater cause.The protagonists are all likable and honorable with Sam Claflin standing out as Kaleb, an underdog who rises to the challenge. An interesting side note is that Caleb in the Bible, along with Joshua, were honored by God for having a "different spirit" – a spirit of faith. This is the only hope for Kaleb's tribe in the film – the wild, bold faith it takes to break free of the confines of the religionists to find the truth and freedom, for him and his people. Corey Sevier and Sean Bean also have important masculine roles.The film features two outstanding women: The breathtaking Annabelle Wallis as Dorel, the main female protagonist, and the incredible Hannah Tointon as Giselle, who plays a significant role in the final act. Also worthy of mention is Eleanor Tomlinson as the precious Miru, Kaleb's sister who does her best to survive the cave-siege.The film has a worthy villain with Jonathan Pienaar as the arrogant Gagen, who also doesn't appear until the last act. Since Gagen possesses the last of the immunization powder he also controls the remaining human populace. Unfortunately he's gotten used to his position of power and therefore isn't open to ideas that are for the greater good of humanity.Another plus is the magnificent locations, shot in Capetown and Western Cape, South Africa, of all places. Outstanding job on this front. In addition, although this is a low-budget TV film the sets and CGI like the giant sloth are quite impressive.At a lean 91 minutes the film has no fat.FINAL SAY: The low-ratings by other reviewers are totally inexplicable. Don't believe them. "The Lost Future" is an excellent modern sci-fi adventure in the spirit of "Beneath the Planet of the Apes." Although made-for-TV, It's a hidden gem in a sea of cinematic dreck.GRADE: A
The best post-apocalyptic story so far (by tipsotrix)
My review is from a perspective of mush love to the post-apocalyptic genre. And what I can see is a perfectly science true wive of the world far beyond and with the touch of "Life after people" images of city's in the far future. I think the photography and overall environment is a very beautiful concept and it's good for an exiting story. All though there is some kind of zombie theme going on mush like the orcs in Loard of the Rings to it and I guess thats were most people draw the line. The reason to way I cant give it more then 9 is simply because I cant know if it ever <more>
is possible to make a better movie, I have to assume that it's possible so I'll leave my nr.10 for that one.
Enjoyed it Very Much Above Average SyFy Fun (by elliott78212)
Don't believe all the haters this was miles above the usual SyFy channels movies. Sean Bean while he has a small part adds a bit of validation to the Film. Reminded me a little of 10,000BC, the few special effects pieces were well done, acting was good overall. The movie moves along at a nice pace and you really care about the characters. Add to the mix some Zombies and you have a great evening of popcorn munching fun for home viewing if this were out on DVD I would probably rent it for my friends who haven't seen it. Beautiful Cinematography really captures the sites and help to draw <more>
Miles above anything SyFy has done (by TheLittleSongbird)
I cannot believe how surprisingly good The Lost Future was. I mean there have been some surprisingly tolerable SyFy movies, but even they have too many mediocre moments to be above very good status. In my honest opinion, a vast majority of SyFy's output isn't worth bothering with.The Lost Future was surprisingly good, and for me too good a movie to be airing on the SyFy Channel. Perhaps the ending could have been a little more, that said, The Lost Future is handsomely photographed and the few special effects there are done with care. The music fits with the movie very well, the script <more>
while having the odd cheesy moment is mostly entertaining and the story has a great concept that is told and explored better than you would expect, in fact this story actually feels as though it was written by somebody who cared about it, you find that with very few SyFy productions.The direction is better than average too, the action is choreographed with skill and is compelling as is the acting, with the always solid Sean Bean giving one of the better performances of any movie aired on the SyFy Channel. Overall, this was surprisingly good and miles above anything SyFy has done. 8/10 Bethany Cox
Up there with the best Post-Apocalyptic movies. (by superal1966)
*Contains Spoilers*When I saw Sean Bean was in this I thought he must be quite hard up but The Lost Future is a very good film and sadly it will always remain an uncovered gem. The Lost Future should be showing on Sky Premier and not the SyFy channelThe plot is consisted with Post-Apocalyptic movies; advanced Science had reached the point whereby extinct creatures where being recreated, but along with animals such as the Mammoth a deadly virus came about which all but wiped about human civilization completely, leaving pockets of 'tribes' scattered across the world.Kaleb's father <more>
had discovered a cure, the yellow power, and before sharing his knowledge on how to create it he was killed by a power hungry warlord who I thought looked very much like Alan Rickman . The film follows Kaleb and his two companions as they head off to reclaim the powder with the help of Sean Bean, it's nothing ground breaking but it holds together and is easily on a par with it's Hollywood counterparts; I am Legend comes to mind which I also really enjoyed. Other than Sean Bean I didn't really recognise anybody else although one guy looked so much like Morgan Freeman but the entire cast put on a good show from the word go. The direction was fantastic and the few special effects were well done given the low budget.Maybe Hollywood is starting to show us what we all fear and choose not to believe, but there is an ever increasing number of films where man's greed for money and power eventually brings about the end of civilization, and The Lost Future is no different, but it does it a lot better than many other films in it's genre.If you enjoy watching SyFy films then definitely try and catch this when it is on again, if you don't watch SyFy films, then start by watching The Lost Future. It is a diamond in the rough but I doubt it will ever reach the masses, which is a real shame as its up there with the best Post-Apocalyptic movies. 8/10