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  • Actors: Peter Allas, Matthew R. Anderson, Steven Bauer, Keith David, Joe Hess
  • Directors: Jesse V. Johnson
  • Writers: Jesse V. Johnson
  • Producers: Erken Ialgashev, Anthony V. Pugliese III, Bill J. Gottlieb, Charles W. Crowe Jr., Don 'The Dragon' Wilson
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Nov. 13 2007
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B000VIPXNK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #77,753 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

No emotion. No fear. No pain. They were the perfect soldiers to protect civilization--until the drone police became the perfect enemy. With little hope left for mankind, Tallis, an electronically enhanced soldier, rescues a rebel beauty from a failed resistance mission. A force to be reckoned with, she will learn to fight and think like a machine for the final battle to save the human race.

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Amazon.com: 37 reviews
24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
Give me Starbuck, Give me Bionic Woman, but don't give me this! May 8 2009
By G. E. Williams - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Katee Sackhoff has become one of my favorite tough girls. Starbuck, Bionic Woman v1 both were great roles for a beautiful tough sci-fi girl...So I when I found "The Last Sentinel" I was excited with hopes to find an unknown treasure of a sleeper. Unfortunately, this was almost (but not quite)as bad as sci-fi gets.

The plot was terrible, the story terrible, the acting mostly bad, the special effects were almost not existent... But at least it had Katee Sackhoff, which raised it one *

Here's the deal... Pass on this!

1 ½ *
36 of 43 people found the following review helpful
Sci-fi boredom April 30 2008
By Sinless Knight - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
The Last Sentinel (which originally debuted on the Sci-Fi channel) is another run-of-the-mil post-apocalyptic action flick, which places too much emphasis on flimsy action sequences & cheap thrills and little elsewhere. Muddy cinematography (apparent poor lighting on sets, which not even the editing could conceal), bad acting and horrific choreography (writer/director Jesse Johnson, whose done stunt work on such films as Beowulf, MI3 and T3 should be ashamed). In fact, the best fight sequence in the entire movie is the final showdown at the end of the film (which isn't saying much at all). Mainly due to that fact that it doesn't consist of a guns blazing shooting spree like all of it's other battles.

Don "The Dragon" Wilson (the movie's protagonist) muffs his lines throughout the majority of the film. He looks bored and expressionless, as if he cannot wait for the filming to be over (who can blame him?). The character development between Wilson's character (Tallis) and Katee Sackhoff's (whose character's name just so happens to be named "Girl," how original) is poorly conceived. It's far too overtly contrived to be taken remotely seriously. Very little comes out of it.

Speaking of little, very little comes out of the film. Everything done in this film has been done a gazillion times before, and quite frankly, the movie isn't even that entertaining. The story and characters are entirely forgettable. They were just doomed from the beginning. Not even Keith David's appearance could save it (the movie).

There are so many great sci-fi action flicks out there that should never have to settle for The Last Sentinel (it's quite baffling how a film of this calibre gets a Blu Ray release). So, do yourself a favor and skip over this one. Wilson fans at least expecting some action on par with his Bloodfist films, may want to steer clear as well. As they will be left woefully disappointed.

This would have scored a star had Katee Sackhoff not been pleasing on the eyes. Might I add, she's not the main star of the film like the dvd cover attempts to have one believe.
17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Bad post-apocalyptic action Nov. 14 2007
By NoWireHangers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Don Wilson plays an "electronically enhanced" soldier fighting evil police drones in a post-apocalyptic future. But most of the time is spent with him walking around not doing much at all. Writer-director Jesse Johnson did not do a good job either as a writer or director. The script lacks direction and focus and the movie looks cheap. This could have been excused if the movie had been fun, but it's not. Not recommended.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Good ideas in a poorly made movie. Jan. 18 2009
By Matt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
It's disappointing when a movie full of creative ideas fails to build a story to support them. The Last Sentinel IS that movie. It stars Don "The Dragon" Wilson, and Katee Sackhoff - the latter I originally wanted to see this for. Unfortunately, Sackhoff isn't in it nearly as much as I had wanted (The cover is totally misleading), and the movie suffers perhaps because of it. Don Wilson isn't a great actor... he's pretty monotonal throughout, and doesn't bring much of anything to the table. I actually preferred Keith David's (Who voices a gun, of all things, in this movie) voice acting over Wilson's. You can definitely tell this was made-for-TV, and it suffers a lot for that. Its biggest problems are the numerous head-scratching moments. They really stick out more here than in most any movie I've seen. This could work as a bigger budget movie with a better fleshed out story and director. Keep Katee and drop the faceless cast, and you have a real movie.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
"You two have compromised your logic!" Dec 28 2010
By Mike Sehorn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Director Jesse V. Johnson is a good guy of low-budget action movies. He's no Isaac Florentine, but his efforts like Pit Fighter and The Fifth Commandment prove that there are filmmakers out there willing to do more than a slapdash job when it comes to movies produced on less-than-blockbuster budgets. "The Last Sentinel", however, is not one of his better examples of his work: though it boasts a decent cast and generally looks nice, the movie ties with any number of flicks produced for the Sy-Fy channel for the most boring and convoluted action film of the year. It's pretty impressive that Johnson would be able to snag good projects after this one, since the movie's just about enough to send any other director's career to hell, but he still ought to be ashamed for creating this big of a blunder.

The story: Tallis (Don Wilson, Bloodfist series) is the last remaining member of an elite team of cybernetic-enhanced soldiers trained to battle an army of drone "protectors" who have declared war on the human race. After a resistance mission gone wrong, he rescues a nameless woman (Katee Sackhoff, Battlestar Galactica) who will aid him in an all-or-nothing strike against the drone core.

After almost twenty years of starring in subpar martial arts fare, kickboxing superstar Don Wilson put his trust for one more outing in a science-fiction adventure and a cast that included Bokeem Woodbine (Ray), Keith David (Platoon), and Steven Bauer (Scarface). Do you suppose he knew that all of these names would be limited to bit parts, flashbacks, and voiceover roles? Granted, hearing David's resonant vocals as those of a talking machinegun is kinda neat (he joins Dawnn Lewis of A Different World in that department), but fact is that Wilson's character could've used some company in addition to the sporadic Katee Sackhoff to keep the film more interesting. The story really drags, even when it's not being abruptly halted by the intrusive flashback scenes, and whatever importance the plot places on Sackhoff's character is dropped when Tallis ends up going the last twenty minutes of the film on his own.

I lost comprehension of the storyline amidst the endless shootouts, but disappointingly, this wasn't because the gunfights were good enough to get immersed in - I simply stopped paying attention during them and didn't wake up in time to find the plot thread again during the numb monologue scenes. Yes, it's disappointing that the film's dramatic portions are a shot in the bucket, but even more so the fact that it fails to deliver on the action front as well. The gunfights alternate between guerilla-style battles between Don and the drones and a couple 'epic' war encounters during the flashbacks but neither approach is executed very well, lacking not only combat logic but also ebb and flow. Never before have I so longed for Don Wilson's mediocre hand-to-hand fight scenes, but since the movie makes a point of advertising him without his 'the Dragon' ring moniker, his fisticuffs are kept to a minimum, with the only one-on-one fight being the final bout with the "super drone" (David Mattey, Hancock)...and yes, that one's pretty bad, too.

As is the case with most of director Johnson's movies, the production values are generally strong with plenty of attention paid to costume and set design. I don't blame him for the weak CGI used to create a few helicopter scenes. However, he does receive my scorn for foolishly trying to manage such a relatively large movie on a meager budget: with a bit more financial backing, "The Last Sentinel" could've been a fun watch, but in its current state, it has all the credibility of something like Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus but not nearly all its entertainment value. Avoid!


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