Minnesota Movie Ads - November 1974
Film Review - In the Blood

Film Review - Goodbye World


“Goodbye World” is a post-apocalyptic film in the vaguest of ways, electing to avoid scenes of mass disaster to concentrate on the human struggle of survival, and even that’s not very interesting to the production. More of a reunion picture than an end-of-days chiller, “Goodbye World” does feature a tempting premise and a riveting first act, building a promising collection of characters facing a baffling series of events that tease worldwide paralysis, yet co-writer/director Dennis Hennelly prefers to focus on the selfish needs of alarmingly myopic people, altering the doomsday mood from one of panic to diluted domestic disturbances. In this movie, the world really does end with a whimper. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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