Drama / Romance / Sci-Fi

IMDb Rating 4.7 10 199


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March 21, 2020


Freida Pinto as Princess Leyla
Joshua Mikel as Dale Reznik
Leslie Odom Jr. as Aaron Burr
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892.28 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
98 min
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1.73 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
98 min
P/S N/A / N/A

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Reviewed by roger-99-171599 8 / 10 / 10

A virus changing the course of Humankind

ONLY Nature and cinema have always inspired or predicted each other in many ways. Ironically, sadly and scarily, writer-director Takashi Doscher's "futuristic sci-fi" is an accurate and timely account of our troubled on-going times and changing lives, as everyone, rich and poor, black and white, are being afflicted by the coronavirus crisis. Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire) and Tony-winning Leslie Odom Jr. (Harriet, the upcoming Hamilton) play a couple trying to survive a global plague targeting women. One of the last survivors, she remains hiding from authorities, as they seek a solution to re-populate Earth. She is unable to get pregnant, despite the many attempts with fertility technology. Their love support each other and maintain them in balance, but eventually they will risk everything in order to experience a bit of normalcy, unchaining from the quarantine and defying the obstacles, the hunting officials, and the mysteriously lethal ash storm, causing a virus that kills only women. Doscher proves incredible control with the material, creating a suspenseful thriller, punctuated by the brilliant editing, going back and forth in time to present the before, after and the current escape of the lovebirds. It opens with a knockout sequence, as a group of fully-armed guards, wearing protective gear and masks, unexpectedly enters the home of Eva and Will, looking to improve the quarantine rules and also hunting down women survivors. As a result, the couple decides to runaway, looking for a safer place to continue their journey and intense co-dependent love affair. The desperation and social conflict is captured with masterful techniques, setting up the narrative as a fast-pace and anxiously frenetic chasing-thriller. Unpredictable and coherent, the film presents through flashbacks idyllic moments of romance between the pair, their social activities and communion, as well as the initial impact caused by the contagion, the uncertainty and the unknown. During their escape, they stop at a diner, but her disguise is soon discovered and they are hunted by a couple of outlaws seeking to reproduce. They will do the unimaginable to overcome, including preparing for the worse and sacrificing some goals. Intense, bizarre, convincingly performed and well-structured, "Only" is an utterly important and alarming film for a crucial moment in humankind history. (Vertical Entertainment. On Demand.)

Reviewed by natcalgary 2 / 10 / 10

sad story worth the watch

Seeing as all the reviewers who rated this movie bad admit in their reviews that they didn't watch the complete movie they can't be taken seriously. If you have the attention span of a rock this is not the movie for you. A sad yet happy tale of a young couple in the midst of a wide spread virus destroying the female population. The acting was superb. The story line pretty basic but enough to keep you interested, 6.1

Reviewed by victronix01-180-707110 2 / 10 / 10

So predictable, not worth watching

It was so predictable that I couldn't bring myself to fully engage, but watched the beginning and the end and a few parts in between. I couldn't bear to just go through an obvious and slow tragedy for the length of the film, knowing how it would end within the first few minutes, without any real unknowns except the way it originally happened, which was inevitable, and without anything to learn from it, given the situation, no solution in sight.

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