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Goodbye World

Goodbye World

Genders: Drama, Comedy

Director: Denis Hennelly

Writer: Denis Hennelly, Sarah Adina Smith

Actors: Adrian Grenier, Scott Mescudi, Mckenna Grace, Kerry Bishé

Year: 2014
Run time: 99min
IMDB score: 5.4
Updated: one year ago

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Movie name: Goodbye World

Genders: Drama, Comedy

Imdb Score: 5.4

Runtime: 99min

Released: 04 Apr 2014

Director: Denis Hennelly

Writer: Denis Hennelly, Sarah Adina Smith

Actors: Adrian Grenier, Scott Mescudi, Mckenna Grace, Kerry Bishé

Company: IDP/Samuel goldwyn Films

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Review

Was an okay movie..

4/10 I had to give this movie a four out of ten stars. It was a good movie, well acting, but the plot and scenes didn't often make sense. The movie starts off right there when an apocalypse is happening. It's not really played out how the characters know each other, but they all end up at this one guys house to survive and out live the apocalypse. This move just has a lot of drama within the house of where they are staying, you start to forget that there's even an apocalypse going on. There is a text saying Goodbye World that is sent to millions of people. But this text doesn't really show anything about how the world is ending.. It's just a text message? It's as if the apocalypse isn't really happening in the movie, and these people are just having a get-together in this mans house. A lot of drama.

one year ago

Possibly the most contrived, painful-to-view movies I've ever seen

1/10 Truly terrible. I have no idea how anyone is rating this 9 or 10 stars. The concept is awesome, the acting is good, the production is flawless....but the dialogue is so cliche and predictable and forced and contrived, it's unbearable. Not to mention this is a story about the meltdown of civilization (that's the setting) but there's nothing about the meltdown of civilization in it. Literally. It's just some people hanging out in a cabin in the woods reliving past drama and bullshit. The fact that the world is crumbling outside of their bubble is a total non- factor in the entire film. I rarely wish I hadn't spent my time watching a movie, but this is one of the few. I want my time back.

one year ago

A Return to the State of Nature

8/10 "Goodbye World" is not an apocalyptic film as one thinks of one. The plot does not center on the destruction of infrastructure, landscapes of desolation, or immediate violence as new groups try to fill the power vacuum. "Goodbye World" is a glimpse of the quick dissolution into the state of nature that occurs in human relationships when society collapses. Common to all works of literature and film that deal with the subject of societal breakdown, established conflicts emerge. These include: the desire to hold onto familiar societal values; the relevance of property ownership without governing bodies; at what point does cooperation impede on the individual's ability to survive; and the possible irrelevance of social contracts (marriage)without government. The film subtly captures the characters not just as victims of impending doom but friends and lovers with established and complicated relationships. These established tensions within the relationships serve as a medium to convey the philosophical quandaries that are inherent in the age old political question: What is man in the state of nature? It should not be expected that the rich characters would set aside relational conflicts as the world ends. Such disaster only exacerbates the problems within their relationships. But the aggravation of old wounds and amplification of competing attitudes just makes the ending all the more sweet. Each character must say "Goodbye World" to their old prejudices and paradigms to walk brightly into the future without "the world as we know it."

one year ago

Seems there is an apocalypse, but the blabbering just goes on ..

4/10 If I ever have to go through an apocalypse during my brief existence here on earth, I hope it's one that takes the form as shown here in "Goodbye World". The apocalypse, which was triggered by a rapidly spreading virus in a text message, looks pretty harmless. A few fragments of a panicking and rebellious population. Actually these are images that we get to see everyday in the media. In the distance you can see a huge cloud of smoke. Then two lost soldiers show up who supposedly want to set up a base camp and there is a commune in the vicinity who claim the right to get some medicines. It's rather the relationships between the key players that are apocalyptic. It looks like this movie is the final year assignment from "The Philosophers" , applied in practice.

"Goodbye World" is actually about a reunion of some 30'ers who grew up together but eventually went their own way over time. James (Adrian Grenier) and Lilly (Kerry Bishe) are two modern hippies who anticipated that such a global catastrophe would happen and have withdrawn themselves, along with their lovely daughter Hannah, somewhere in the mountains and build a kind of eco-house. An ordinary house with enough stock, medicine, horticulture and energy facilities. The day that the text message "Goodbye World" is sent around the world and a global cyber attack begins so all telephone communications, data communications and electricity supplies fail, Nick (Ben McKenzie) and Becky (Caroline Dhavernas) arrive. Nick is a former business associate of James and had a relationship with Lilly in the past. They also welcome the following old friends : Benji, a radical who did some time in prison for arson and in the meantime gives spirited lectures, Ariel (a sort of groupie of Benji) accompanies him, Laura is an associate in politics and apparently had a sex scandal with some senator and Lev is an intellectual computer expert who could well be the cause of this global cyber attack.

Everything starts in a relaxed and friendly way. It looks like an ordinary reunion with quite a bit of drinking during dinner, while raking up old memories. Also, it seems as if they are constantly making use of the home-grown marijuana out of the greenhouse. At times it seems like everyone is looking high after smoking cannabis. After a while tempers start to rise and the mutual conversations become snappy and razor sharp. Everyone is starting to realize that the other changed over time in a certain way and the opinions are no longer synchronized. Eventually we end up in a cacophony of endless drivel and philosophizing about political opinions and personal issues. I found it strange that despite the fact that there is apparently a society falling apart, a motorcycle gang has taken over the local grocery store and charge abnormally high prices, plus two soldiers show up waving their weapons frightfully around and use threatening language, they nevertheless spend their time in a hot tub in the garden and chat about the growth of hair on a testicle. The apocalypse that is going on at that time, suddenly seems a banal and trivial event. I could not get rid of the impression that a cyber attack will not be the cause of our world going down, but rather the terrible navel-gazing and the enlargement of personal issues of some narcissistic individuals will do it.

"Goodbye World" is roughly not more than a boring movie with lots of discussions and a conflict that is more situated in the restricted group than in society itself. There is a grand total of five minutes of action in the whole movie, so little toothpicks for the eyes can be useful and necessary.

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one year ago

Neo-hippies confront Armageddon - Big Chill style.

1/10 When a computer virus leads to the collapse of civilization, an assortment of 30-something, ex-university pals head for the California hills, where two married friends live in an organic off-grid, hot-tub utopia with their young daughter. After everybody has arrived at the neo-hippie compound, these former acquaintances are immediately recognizable as reincarnations of the clique who gathered for 'The Big Chill' in 1983 - and the characters even include a doppelganger of Meg Tilly's college-age interloper, who once again critiques her yuppie elders for their self-obsession.

Beginning with an aborted suicide in the opening sequence, 'Goodbye World' proceeds to plagiarize or rewrite many of the earlier film's scenes and plot points. It's often said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but unfortunately the producers of this copycat project forgot to clone themselves a screenwriter with Laurence Kasdan's talent. Although they're surrounded by marauding biker gangs, meth-head neighbors, rogue National Guardsmen and the smoke of burning cities, these privileged airheads respond to the crisis by getting high on weed and reviving old disputes. None of the pointless wrangling over past business deals, sexual jealousies or ownership of the property has any relevance in their apocalyptic new world - it seems to flare up simply because the writers had been told drama requires conflict. As the film nears its conclusion, all the lame bones of contention are magically swept under a carpet, and the tribe's rosy future is optimistically symbolized by a giant soap bubble floating above some freshly planted crops.

one year ago