Needless to say: *SPOILERS!* Directed by the Hughes Brothers Starting Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman and Meg griffin... huh... Mila Kunis. Also short cameo of Malcolm McDowell and Michael Gambon (Dumbledore). Plot: in a post-apocalypse world, One man had a vision. He had to travel west to deliver the last know bible under the mission from god. However, after 30 years of travel, sinister forces (That's Gary Oldman!) wants to take the book away from him and use it to their selfish needs. Lots of action, cool story, Good characters (I.e no silent goon who blindly follows orders), a twist at the end and F*** it! It's Denzel! Critics hates it but me and my brother went to see it and actually enjoyed it! Roger Ebert loves it too! But Entertainment Weekly hates it somehow and calls it "The Road Warrior without car chases (despise having one, a short one ), or The Road Warrior without humanity". Ouch! And the turnabout in the last moments of the film make you want to see it again to notice the clues. It also explains why Denzel Washington is just standing there and why he never takes cover during a gun fight. It's not to look cool, there actually a reason. That and people who call this a "over-pro-christian-zealot-propaganda" seriously needs to get outside their mom's basement and get laid (actually, better not cause their offspring might hate them for it). Also, when i went to see it at the metreon, Gary Whitta (the writer) was in the audience! After the film, I shook his hand, got his autograph and ask the obvious question every one on GR was wondering (i got it on tape with my bro's cellphone): Me: So hey! I was wondering. There's this game out there called "Fallout"... And yeah i know, the movie is not at all the same but were you inspired by it? Whitta: Oh man... Do you know how many people e-mail me this? Look, when i started writing this film, it was more then two years before Fallout came out! So no! One of his buddy: (Interrupts) Hey! wanna get to my place afterward and play some Mario? Whitta: Sure, why not! In other news, Death. Jr writter Gary Whitta is a Mario nerd and his constant rescuing of princess peach is an insult to womanhood everywhere! [Citation needed] More at six. So... What do you blokes think about it.