The Last Warrior

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The Last Warrior Review


"Dolph Lundgren is Back to Save the World!"

Yowza, you'd think we were on the eve of nuclear destruction or something, but alas, it's too late for even Dolph to save anything, as a 9.5 earthquake in the year 2006 has reversed the flow of the Mississippi River and broken California off into the sea, where army officer Dolph and a band of misfits find themselves holed up in a shabby, Mad Maxish desert existence. If the heat, lack of food, and dearth of water don't get you, the crazies who live at the old prison up the road probably will!

With mutant goats and looney post-apocalyptic madness, The Last Warrior reeks of nuclear fallout without the cataclysm. While the mixed metaphor makes the film wholly, entirely unbelievable, a cast of nutty supporting characters makes this direct-to-video bit of goofiness enough fun to make the 90 minutes just fly by.

Don't drink any mutant milk, folks!

Aka The Last Patrol.



The Last Warrior

Facts and Figures

Run time: 94 mins

In Theaters: Friday 8th September 1989

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

IMDB: 5.1 / 10

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Director:

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