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IMDB Rating: 7.1
Robert Neville is a scientist who was unable to stop the spread of the terrible virus that was incurable and man-made. Immune, Neville is now the last human survivor in what is left of New York City and perhaps the world. For three years, Neville has faithfully sent out daily radio messages, desperate to find any other survivors who might be out there. But he is not alone. Mutant victims of the plague -- The Infected -- lurk in the shadows... watching Nevilles every move... waiting for him to make a fatal mistake. Perhaps mankinds last, best hope, Neville is driven by only one remaining mission to find a way to reverse the effects of the virus using his own immune blood. But he knows he is outnumbered... and quickly running out of time.
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garys_ss (21 May 2013)
I've got to be honest I am pretty stunned that Will Smith pulled offthis character so well. Long gone it seems are the days of Mike Lowreyin Bad Boys. He played the part so well his dedication to simplycontinue trying to save the world in an almost impossible situation.The way he played the character very well gone was what I expected tobe the gun ho type character we often see from Smith, Even though hewas a Doctor in the Army these guys tend to have amazing weaponsskills, The first scene where we are introduced to the Hive showed thisrather than his usual character Smith was racked with fear and selfdoubt but also determined to hang onto his one and only friend in theworld.Later when he finally makes contact with Humans you can see his socialbehaviour is out the Window and once again this is done to a tee as arehis interactions with the dummies in the Video Store.However the Film has be done before, time and time again and it hasbeen done better, so much so that Smith and the dog Sam are it's onlysaving grace. The opening scene in New York although dramatic andhaunting has been done already in 28 days later but this was the realLondon shown in this movie where as huge parts of Legend are CGI. Theonly part of the film where the Zombies are remotely scary is thatfirst scene with the Hive and this is more down to the empathy we feelfor Smiths Character rather than the Zombies them selves. Once againsee 28 days later rather than totally mutating the humans it gave thema similar virus and similar symptoms but they remained more human andmuch scarier where as the CGI rendered Zombies looked so fake that Ijust didn't care after the second scene when Smith captures one ofthem. As soon as the film turned to an action sequence in the end welost the thoughtful part of the film. I thin kthe average score forthis film on the site is probably about fair, but at the same time Ithink a lot of the high ratings are more down to Smiths performancewhich as I said I am genuinely shocked with rather than the actualstory line or the rest of the film itself.
kronos_kronos (21 May 2013)
The third official film adaptation of Richard Matheson's classicnovella "I Am Legend" is a film I really wanted to like (and did), butshould have been much better. The mutants are soulless savages devoidof personality, removing the socio-political interest and even much ofthe human interest from the story. The special effects are good in the beginning but are a bit sketchy andvideo gamey later on (why must the mutants all look alike save one bigguy and one with breasts?) Otherwise it is a fine thrill ride with anexcellent nervous performance from Smith and with some excellenttouches showing how one deals with loneliness and being under attackfrom enemies, marred only by some obvious preachiness (read: notsubtle).The end of the tale is upbeat as opposed to the original story, whichis not necessarily better, but interesting and well done. I would rankthis below 1964's "The Last Man On Earth" but above 1971's "The OmegaMan". Worth checking out for genre and Will Smith fans.
pj-spresser (16 May 2013)
Essentially, this is a remake of an much older Charlton Heston film,the Omega Man.Once you realise that, it takes the wind out of the sales of this show.Frankly, I thought the Charlton Heston version was better - consideringthe budget it had and the technology of the time - as the story was alittle fresher.Still, for those of you who are younger than I and haven't seen theoriginal movie, this should be a reasonable couple of hours ofentertainment.Cheers Paul
trud22 (16 May 2013)
this was one of the worst movies I've ever seen. I was disappointedthat Will smith was even in a movie this bad! I don't recommend this toanyone. I thought that is it was pointless. I think that it was alittle creepy but not even worth the scare. I cant believe we spentmoney to see this film. I wish I would have known how bad it was beforeI wasted my money on it. Will smith is to good to do a movie likethis.I was surprised to see children at this movie to. Please pleaseplease! don't take you kids to see this it is a little to scary forthem to watch! It does have some scary parts to it. I was disturbed bysome of this movie also. I cant see why someone would think that takingthere children to this would be alright? I strongly recommend notpaying to see this movie. If you want to see it wait till it comes outon video.
(10 May 2013)
This review is from: I Am Legend [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray) To begin with, video quality is excellent, and for $19 the blu-ray version is a great deal. If you liked the movie in theaters, you won't be disappointed. The best part is the alternate ending version, which really only affects Chapters 25-28. In my opinion, the alternate ending provided for a much more "complete" movie, and touches on issues and themes only hinted at in the theatrical release. Without giving too much away, I have to say that despite what Hollywood execs think, you owe it to yourself if you're a true sci-fi fan to watch the alternate ending. For me, it's the more hopeful one of the two, and serves as a wonderful springboard for philosophical discussion. Enjoy.
imdb-20200 (09 May 2013)
OK. So I am a wimp, but at least I'm prepared to say so. I hated themutants, they scared the pants off me! I'm totally sensitised to thatsort of thing though because we don't have TV and never go to themovies. I hate horror or psychological thriller so Will smith creepingaround in the dark trying not to let his light be seen and looking forhis dog and stumbling across the 'hive' of mutants and then the onethat ran at him screaming... really freaked me out.Thought that Will Smith did very well, acted mostly convincingly.Loved the product placement of so many Apple Mac computers.A few continuity things...Can someone please explain how the woman and kid got across to theisland and back off again in only their car / truck. I thought thebridges had been blown!! Where did all the animals come from? this isNY island so how did they get there? Tunnels would have been blocked /covered too and they'd never survive long enough in the zoo withoutfood to get out! Doesn't the dog react rather too quickly to infection?How did the mutants trace them back to his house? And if they did whydidn't they attack the first night they were there?otherwise quite interesting, except for that badly made model of theaircraft he was hitting balls from - see the painted red blanking plateon the thruster!!
indigoazure (08 May 2013)
This is yet another movie where scientist create or do something badthat threatens to kill all people on the planet and then somehow end upgetting a pat on the back for "saving us all" at the end.This is yet another psychopathic fantasy. How is it not psychopathic toimagine someone creating mass death beyond belief and then beingregarded as a hero for "kinda" fixing what they caused in the end? Soif I strangle a family of 10 then go around and revive them all withCPR, would I then be a hero, my crimes forgotten after that? Come onpeople!! And why so many movies where there is an "infection" of rage? Ifwriters are trying to make a point about our out of control violentsociety then why does the rest of the movie end up as some psychopathicfantasy about the nobility of man? And of course there is also trend of every horror, thriller, suspensemovie turning into some kind of religious brainwashing session. Italways comes down to some ol' silly god-mess even if it doesn't evenfit anywhere in the storyline. Which is just what happened in thisfilm. It was just some random "insert god here" mess.This movie was long and boring. How shocking. And I'm sorry, CGmonsters and animals are lame. They always will be. Seemed like everyshot in the movie looked the same. There is also some foolishness I'dlike to point out.1. How was this woman and her son REALLY able to get will smith out ofthat overturned car with those things around? 2. How can he beg a dummyto talk to him but then bug out when there are real people around? 3.Was this part written for Tom Hanks? 4. Why was his daughter such anannoying idiot? 5. Why do we have to see Will Smith half naked in everymovie since he did Ali? 6. What were his plans for the deer he waschasing around forever? 7. How did that woman get to Vermont? 8. Whydidn't he just shoot the aggressive thing in the head, then chuck thegrenade through the hole for the rest of them, and jump in the oventhing real quick? Whatever.
mpalmer28 (08 May 2013)
I expected more from this film. I expect too much from Hollywood, Ithink.I am a big fan of the original book, and although while initiallywatching this film I was impressed, I soon realized that this was notgoing to contain the delicious ironies that Richard Mathesons originalwork embodied.The film seemed generally uneventful, at least in comparison to otherfilms of similar genre.The thinly veiled religious message in the film made me cringesomething awful. I half expected Michael Landon the pop out of theshadows.So sorry that this was another waste of time.
azulok (07 May 2013)
The film presents well, and Will Smith is superb. But I feel that thefilm's writers copped out to the human happy ending. In the originalstory, Neville was legend to the infected humans (a missing parallel tothis movie's "dark seekers"). Neville was their bogeyman, since he hadsingle-handedly killed thousands of them. Here, the dark seekers arenothing more than screaming CGI fiends. And though their intelligenceand social structure are alluded to throughout the film, they are neverdeveloped as parts of the storyline. The complexity and irony of theoriginal story are sadly missing.The film was well-made and, as mentioned above, it's a joy to watchWill Smith grow into a dramatic actor of the first magnitude.
Lauren Hutchison (06 May 2013)
Will Smith is the last man on Earth (probably?), living in a New Yorkcity turned wild. We know there's more from the trailers - "Nighttime:survive." So who or what is this mysterious force that opposes RobertNeville as he ekes out a lonely life from society's dusty leftovers? IAm Legend artfully ropes you in with the premise, but it's like aclumsy teenager trying to make love from that point on. Some peoplewill be disappointed by the way things wrap up, but I appreciated thesentiment and obvious affection for how the film was crafted.This is one of those films where the setting is its own character, it'sso well-developed and omnipresent. The movie's appeal lies mostlythere, and with Will Smith being almost impossible to dislike. Plusthere's a dog. Who doesn't love smart dogs in movies? I enjoy survivalstories that don't highlight any serious physical pain. RobinsonCrusoe, Lost, the Boxcar Children from my youth. You get to seeeveryone revert to a much simpler life as hunter/gatherers. I Am Legendis full of tiny, well-thought out details for how man might survive ina post-apocalyptic city. Neville keeps a hydroponic garden in hiskitchen and harvests corn in the park. Even with a fancy rifle, huntingdeer is difficult and best done on foot. Drugs, TVs, and money areuseless, but bacon is priceless. Robert is strong, but painfullylonely, and talks to mannequins to maintain some sort of socialnormalcy. Daily exercise must be rigorous if Robert wishes to competewith the wild and survive the monsters.And the monsters are where I start to get lost. It wouldn't be enoughto have Robert Neville wandering around for two hours, so there must bea direct conflict. That's well built up when we see Neville revert tohysterics when Sam the dog runs off, or when his daily routine is timedto sunset. Why does Robert freak out when the dog disappears intodarkness? Why is it important that Robert returns to his home bysunset? Why must he bar the windows and doors to his own home and poursome unknown liquid over his tracks on the doorstep? The monsters, ofcourse, are us. By playing God and finding a viral cure for cancer, thepunishment handed down was death and vampirism to all. Neville isimmune to the vampire virus, but still has to worry about survivingtheir mindless aggression. This could have been very poignant if we'dnever seen a monster, or if the monsters had retained at least some oftheir humanity.Halfway through the movie, it stops becoming a survival story andstarts morphing into a survival of the fittest story. Neville gets intoviolent battles with hordes of CGI vampires. It's not very realistic,though the irony of being immune to a virus and dying from thesecondary effects anyway is not lost on me. As with Signs and nearlyevery survival horror story before it, the suspense vanishes completelywhen the horror stops being psychological and starts being primal. It'sappealing to a lot of people - enough that survival horror is its owngenre - but I seem to loose my connection to the hero as soon as heenters a dark hallway. I'd never do that, after all! And the monstersnever frighten me when I can see them. Pyramid Head is a pushover.The movie ends abruptly and unnecessarily, and for that, a lot ofpeople won't like it. But I enjoyed the ride. I Am Legend reallydelivers through the first half of the movie, where the build isimmensely interesting and suspenseful. But the conflict and resolutionjust isn't scary or satisfying.PS: leave the children at home, please. CGI vampires are not foryounglings (usually).
ichocolat (30 April 2013)
I Am Legend is an adaptation of a novel with the same title, written byRichard Mathesen. However, the only similarities between the novel andthe movie are the title and the basic story premise. Other than that,this movie is entirely different than the novel. So, in order to trulyenjoy this movie, one has to grasp the idea that it has little to dowith the novel, and to enjoy the movie without comparing between thetwo.Anyway, as long as one can grasp the concept of the movie not beinglike the novel, the movie is actually pretty good. Although at times itfeels like a cross between "Castaway" and "28 Days Later", it is anengaging watch. This is due to the fact that it has some well-filmedaction sequences, a few genuinely scary moments, and awesome actingfrom Will Smith (and his dog).Fans of Will Smith would be glad to know the movie is full of WillSmith-y goodness. In fact, his presence is so overwhelming that onereckons that instead of pretending it is an adaptation of I Am Legend,it should be called I Am Will Smith. Now that would have been somelegend indeed.
ignorepeter (30 April 2013)
Despite its considerable budget, I am Legend is at least, a bad movie.Not taking into account that the disease-apocalypse-mutant thing is asplayed out as any premise in recent film history, the array ofcontrived heroics and plot devices far outnumber those few moments ofinteresting story play. The interesting psychological investigationinto a supposed last man on earth is constantly steered off course byforced emotionless scenes and an almost-Kevin-Costner-level martyrdompumps like cholesterol through this waste-of-money's awful, awfulveins. Redundant, uninspired, and contrived. 28 Days Later is itself, afar from perfect movie, but light years beyond this secondhand romanticshlock.
Roland E. Zwick (30 April 2013)
Robert Neville is almost literally the last man left on Earth. Throughsome bizarre trick of fate, he's one of only a handful of people with anatural immunity to a virus that, in less than three years time, hasdenuded the world of most of its human population. Now, Neville, arenowned virologist himself, spends his days cruising the streets of adeserted Manhattan, and his nights hiding out from the infectedcannibalistic mutants who venture forth only after dark (shades of "TheTime Machine," "Night of the Living Dead" and dozens of other similarfilms)."I Am Legend" is just the latest film version of the 1954 RichardMatheson novel that also served as the basis for 1971's "The OmegaMan," with Charlton Heston in the lead role. Despite its occasionalfeeling of over-familiarity, "I Am Legend," is a generally more subtleand thoughtful work than the average sci-fi film, one that, in additionto its more conventional action sequences and flesh-eating monsters,explores themes like survivors' guilt and the effect of prolongedisolation on the human psyche. The movie, however, is clearly mostnotable for its remarkably convincing vision of a desolate,post-apocalyptic New York City, where weeds grow promiscuously throughholes in the pavement and uninhabited buildings and idle cars serve asghostly reminders of a civilization now gone from the scene (though onequestions whether the place would really look quite this shoddy a merethree years after its abandonment). Kudos to director Francis Lawrenceand his crack team of visual and special effects artists for sosuccessfully bringing this concept to life on screen. For the mostpart, the thrills are nicely balanced with moments of tender sentiment,as Neville reflects back on the time he had with his late wife anddaughter.In a role reminiscent of Tom Hanks' in "Cast Away," Will Smith, largelybereft of any human companionship, spends most of the movie talkingeither to himself or to Sam, his loyal German Shepherd. In this setup,Smith once again demonstrates that he is definitely a commandingpresence on screen, keeping us interested even in those moments whennot much is actually happening in the story. For, there is, admittedly,a trifle more downtime in the movie than many of the more hardcoreaction fans would probably like. That objection aside, however, "I AmLegend" provides enough food for thought and a sufficient number ofjump-out-of-your-seat thrills to make it worth watching.
charlesdias (30 April 2013)
I was very curious about this movie after all the talk about it. Afterwatching it I must say I expected a little more that it is.It's first half is quite boring just like the book which it is based.The second half it has more action but the ending of the movie is very,very different from the book and I prefer the book's ending instead.Will Smith play very well his movies. When I watched him years ago inFresh Prince of Bell Air I would never expected him playing such adense characters like the one in this movie so well. He did a reallygood job.Special Effects and scenarios is very nice. All the vampires are CGI(computer generated images) of course but it's very good.The ending is a little frustrating and I think it compromised thegeneral result of the movie. It's ending is something like IndependenceDay's ending ... quite happy and full of hope. The ending of the bookhave intelligent vampires creating a new society and than contaminatingthe characters too for becoming part of their new society.Well, I think this movies worth the price of the ticket and I recommendit. It could be better but I'm thanks it's not so bad than some othermovies around there.
tenaciousfm (28 April 2013)
Personally I really enjoyed this movie from the get go. It was intense,great story, good acting, and just really good. Every time I watch it Iget freaked out and even though I know what's gonna happen I jump. Howcan people bash this movie it has everything most horror movies lack,Great writing. I mean none of the lines said sounded stupid it all fitin even when they added a funny line to add some light heartedness toan intense movie it all worked for it. I think Will Smith brought his AGame and I thought it was one of his best next to The Pursuit ofHappiness and 7 Pounds. Will Smith is such a great actor and this movieis completely underrated. This is a great movie and it definitelydelivered the scares.
NireWolf (27 April 2013)
When I first saw this movie in the theaters I was absolutely blown awayby Will Smith's performance but other than that I wasn't too impressed.The theatrical ending, in my opinion, is pretty...well...gay. But Istill liked it enough to buy it when it came out on DVD, especiallywhen I saw that there was an ALTERNATE ENDING. So I watched it againwith this supposedly "controversial" alternate ending and I absolutelyloved it. I mean, I can kind of see why it's controversial but it'sjust so much BETTER. It really makes you THINK about the whole ideabehind the movie and that's what makes a film great in my opinion. It'samazing how much an ending can affect a movie.But anyway...my point is that you really, really need to watch thealternate ending. Plus, Will Smith was amazing. Maybe some peoplemissed it, but for me, I have never full out cried during a moviebefore (and I've watched many tear jerker dramas)...and the dog scenealong with the scenes immediately following it had the tears fallingdown my face. He deserved Best Actor, no matter if it was a Sci-Fimovie or not. It is his best performance to date. Just watch it andkeep an open mind :)
David Aaron (27 April 2013)
OK, i was so pumped for this movie was dancing with joy when i was inthe car going to the theater. about a week earlier i had picked up acopy of the book I Am Legend, mostly because i heard the book wasamazing and i just enjoy getting a head start. lets just say the bookwas one of the coolest things I've ever read, so READ THE BOOK sometimeor another. the movie on the other hand go really against what the bookwanted. the first part was great, showing how lonely new york reallycan be by yourself, but like everyone else said, the last 3rd wasTERRIBLE!!!!!!! OTHER HUMANS??? GERNADES KILLING WILLSMITH>>>????!?!?!!??!?! a colony of humans???? WTF!!! not only does itgo COMPLETELY against the book, its TERRIBLE!!! will smith is great,the dog is great, graphics great, but in the end, they took a GREATbook, idea, plan, dumbed it down to hour and half, and made shoot emup. oh, also, the "creatures" were just crazy CGI folks, and guesswhat, well the book they were actually intelligent that creature a newculture. and also the ending, as always, the book Neville becomes alegend because he is a vampire to this new society, but movie changesthat also. I'm soooo frustrated because the movie had SOOOO muchpotential, and i really thought it had it, but of course not, the wrongpeople got a hold of it so it fell apart. see this movie, cause can begood, but don't read the book till AFTER you see the movie. oh, andwhen the chic comes in the movie, just leave, cause there really isnothing worth it after wards.
mrush (27 April 2013)
It isn't a terrible film,it just could have been so much better.It wentthrough the motions instead of actually doing the real work of being agood spellbinding movie.This is at least the 4th movie made from theawesome book "I Am Legend" by Richard Matheson.In this movie Will Smith is a lone survivor of a virus that wipes outmankind.He is an Army scientist or was before mankind all died.He,along with his dog,lives in New York City.By day he has the run of thecity by night he must hide from the night creatures that seek food.The movie is killed by the slow pacing in the first 3/4 of the film.Itjust takes forever to get going and about the time it does Will Smith'scharacter has a flashback or a dream about his family.We watch Will eatbreakfast and run on his treadmill and go to the rental store to browsethe DVDs.Then he'll have another flashback and then back to present daypicking corn or some other mundane thing.With the PG-13 rating thescares and gore are pretty tame.I'd like the film to have been grittier and less glossy if you knowwhat I mean.It doesn't have the look of the end of civilizationreally.I mean Will still has electricity and water,we are never toldhow,and he somehow has a state of the art lab in his apartment in whichhe does research to try and figure out what happened.And I found itcompletely silly that one of the scientists who was working to containthe spread of the virus would be the sole survivor.I mean what are theodds on that?And since the virus killed over 5 billion people there isa total lack of bodies anywhere around.Just a lot of things like thatwere glossed over and not explained.Spend more time on the grittydetails and stop trying to impress me with big expensive computerhocus-pocus.The special effects are run of the mill explosions and stuff likethat.The night creatures were hugely disappointing...the same paleskinned blue veined weirdos we've seen in a least a dozen recent filmslike "The Messengers" and "Silent Hill".I mean come on at least give mean original monster.Will Smith is a good enough actor but a weak script and turtle likepacing of this film dooms it to being just another run of the millhorror/sci-fi movie.I was hoping this film would be great.The title ofthe Matheson book has always been one of the coolest titles ever,"I AMLEGEND",I mean that is just great.This movie is worth the admission price but not one to add to your homecollection.Instead take your money and get a copy of "The Omega Man"with Charleton Heston or better yet watch Vincent Price in "The LastMan on Earth" or better still find a copy of the book by Matheson.Hehas written some very cool stuff.Another of his books "TheShrinking Man" is one of the best books I've ever read.Even if this movie isn't perfect it at least has a cool title.
johnproche (25 April 2013)
EDIT: I have to say, from reports that the book could not be outdone, Iwent and saw/ read for myself. The movie is a more up-to-date versionof the book and does vary on more than a few points. Especially in thepremise that Robert Neville is just a normal person in the book but inthe film is a That said, I still reckon the film, is a fast pacing,heart throbbing thriller, with its only fault being that the filmfollows the book's plot so loosely and most especially didn't have thebook's ending (which is awesome - much more intense than the Hollywood"happy sappy" version the film depicts).. All in all, taking on its ownmerits (and not on the books) this is a very enjoyable film.PLEASE!!! PLEASE!!!! stop with the addition of GOD into to every filmas a feel good aspect or a hidden meaning (apocalypto) - This type ofexploitation of good material by the "church/ catholicism" does notwork (and in my estimation backfires....) The below still applies, butthe book is well worth a read... 8/10... well worth it...Warning: WATCH IN CINEMA.This movie doesn't tax the brain cells. It delivers a no nonsense postapocalyptic thriller straight to your eyes. The plot is simple, directand in my estimation would have been flawless had it not beeninfluenced by the question of religion (a topic I feel should beconsidered it's own genre and not thrown about like a Hollywood "loveinterest"). Although religion plays a small part in this movie, Ithought it was tastefully done and didn't really take away from themood of the film - "heart racing action".To take such a simple plot line "survive to save the world" and turn itinto an enthralling epic.I've discussed this film with a few people since coming out of thecinema and their take on the movie has disillusioned my ravings aboutthis movie being the best of the year (I've seen) well a little ;)...I have a habit of jumping out of my seat when I get a fright and I washoping up and down like a maniac five or six times during the film. Bythe end I'd estimate I sweated more than Will Smith. When this moviecomes out....... Yep I'm getting it....To say I enjoyed it would be a gross understatement....
Caps Fan (24 April 2013)
I have not read the Richard Matheson novel on which this is based, socannot comment on any deviations between the two.From the point of view of enjoying the film, however, this doesn'tmatter much. Will Smith turns in an excellent and convincingperformance as Robert Neville, a military doctor living in fortifiedsolitude on Manhattan. Neville believes himself to be the last realhuman left alive after a devastating plague arising from a geneticallymodified version of the measles virus developed, as we see in a shortprologue, by a cancer specialist as a cure for that affliction.Also on the island are various animals and some other humans who havemutated rather than died from the virus. Their sole aim is to killanyone not like them, but they cannot stand UV light, so cannot comeout during the day.The sequences set in a deserted New York owe more than a little to theequivalent scenes set in London that were part of what made DannyBoyle's chilling 2002 effort "28 Days Later" so effective. Unlike thatfilm, however, we see flashbacks (including the prologue, which showsan interview with the cancer specialist, played with eerie smugness byEmma Thompson) that tell us how things got this way.Apart from a rather pat ending, the film is remarkable for itshopelessness. Neville is reduced to conversing with shop dummies andviewing recordings of old news shows. It is when he starts expectingthem to answer that we realize the effect all of this is having on hismind.Camera work and music are satisfactory rather than inspired and the CGIeffects for the mutants are less than convincing. The atmosphere isgreat though and sterling work from Smith makes this a movie well worththe price of admission.Recommended. Rating: 8/10.
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