The Last Patrol (2000) - Action, Drama, Sci-Fi

Hohum Score

90

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After a massive earthquake destroys Los Angeles, a new order is formed. But disagreement among the ranks leads to more war and disruption, and The Last Patrol must bring order if there's to be any hope for the future.

IMDB: 3.7
Director: Sheldon Lettich
Stars: Dolph Lundgren, Sherri Alexander
Length: 95 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 8 out of 26 found boring (30.76%)

One-line Reviews (26)

the prisoners) and the weird plague add the "action" spice which makes this film more entertaining than just a drama.

The uninspired,cliched post apocalyptic storyline had some inventive,enjoyable angles that might have worked here and there,had the actual story itself not been so incoherent and confused in it's execution.

One of Lundgren's worst movies .

It's one of his worst movies, easily the equal to Agent Red (2000) in terms of audience letdown.

There's an emphasis on melodrama and over-emoting while Lundgren looks frankly bored by the whole thing, and who can blame him?

I don't understand why they filled the movie with characters that could easily appear in "Police academy" – the milkman , the dragged couple , the pseudo-Indian , the dumb blonde girl , the macho soldier .

I, however, opted to sit down and watch it, because Dolph Lundgren does have the occasional movie that is good and entertaining.

Despite the movie being a little slow at times, there were some nice action sequence, and the battle at the end was exciting.

Filling the gap is tedious boring acting in which everyone is very annoying that will push viewers over the edge.

When I recognised that the film is essentially a Christian moral tale (ie - the whole climax of the film is Dolph sacrificing himself in order to save the kids and woman in the Baptist Church bus), I found the film entertaining in a surreal and bizarre way.

"The Last Patrol" is the definition of words : dull and lifeless.

Everyone's so predictable and dumb that I find it really hard to call them "characters" at all.

Nothing happens in this babyish waste of Dolph.

I've seen a lot of comments regarding it's lack of plot.

That's all you get after suffering 1 hour and 10 minutes of boredom.

'The Last Patrol' is an entertaining action B-movie.

Rather boring .

I was entertained, even if the movie was a bit slow at points.

One of Dolph's worst movies.

This movie however made me eat these words as Dolph plods through this bored out of his skull, as were i and i believe i saw the first punch in the movie over an hour into it.

We are left with so many confusing moments (Such as the mutant goats and their mutant owner, a woman who can make it rain and Lundgren rescuing a horse.

Instead, it's a boring production about an encampment filled with annoying characters who you can't possibly care about spouting pseudo-funny dialogue.

It's boring like HELL .

THE LAST PATROL is a rather boring action B-movie set in a post-apocalyptic world devastated by natural disasters.

The scriptwriter had a bad attack of writers' block, reached into the cliché cupboard and grabbed *everything*.

This movie has a banal plot, an earthquake destroys everything and just some people stay alive and there is no explanation of how they can survive, where they can find their food, water and so on...