The Last Seven
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Football Factory and Dead Man Running co-stars Tamer Hassan and Danny Dyer reunite once more for this apocalyptic thriller set in London. A man awakes to find the streets eerily silent and all trace of life completely removed. He has no recollection of what has happened but he will soon discover that he is one of only seven people left alive. He will also discover that he can trust none of his fellow survivors... ~ Rovi
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Here's a pretentious, cliché-ridden, London-set thriller notable for absolutely nothing."
‑ Charlotte O'Sullivan, This is London
"It's all so dreary you'll wonder why they bothered."
‑ Trevor Johnston, Radio Times
"Despite some effective horror beats, the payoff doesn't live up to the highly promising premise."
‑ Simon Crook, Empire Magazine
"Director Imran Naqvi evokes the requisite air of dread but is let down by an ending that neither surprises nor satisfies."
‑ Neil Smith, Total Film
"All this could have made an interesting film, but the dialogue and direction are just so agonisingly laboured."
‑ Peter Bradshaw, Guardian [UK]
"Clunky exposition and some decidedly wonky acting (Hassan's the best thing about it) slowly bleed the lifeblood out of a leaky plot."
‑ Tim Evans, Sky Movies
"Predictable British thriller with a lacklustre script, poor direction and atrocious performances, though it does at least deserve points for its deserted London scenes."
‑ Matthew Turner, ViewLondon
"As low on scares as it is on sense, good acting, musical numbers or other recognisable merits."
‑ Tim Robey, Daily Telegraph
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