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Dominic Dirupo almost 6 years ago
70% Charlton Heston, 15% Sci-Fi, 9% Synthesiser, 4% Interracial Loving, 2% Austin Powers
Robert Postill almost 6 years ago
Very well done, tense and melancholy. Not much like the book though.
Peter Renshaw over 6 years ago
love the scene where Neville is in the cinema by himself watching Woodstock
Don Lathrop 3 days ago
Cindy Featherbottom almost 5 years ago
Amanda Allen over 5 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff over 5 years ago
Jan Wierzbowski almost 6 years ago
Mark Henry almost 6 years ago
Lee almost 6 years ago
Bogi Poulsen 6 years ago
Ronan Conway over 6 years ago
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Mark Cooper over 6 years ago
Michael Morris over 6 years ago
Michael Carlson over 6 years ago
Steve Tetreault over 6 years ago
Randy Dumont almost 7 years ago
The Omega Man is a 1971 American science fiction film directed by Boris Sagal and starring Charlton Heston. It is based on the novel I Am Legend (1954) by American writer Richard Matheson. The screenplay is by John William Corrington and Joyce Corrington, and it was filmed in Technicolor with monaural sound, with a running time of 98 minutes. Its producer is Walter Seltzer, who also produced Heston in the 1973 science fiction film, Soylent Green. The story was first filmed as The Last Man on Earth (1964) featuring Vincent Price. A third adaptation of the novel, I Am Legend featuring Will Smith, was released in 2007; and an unofficial fourth, I Am Omega, featuring Mark Dacascos, was also released in 2007 (though neither Matheson's name or novel were credited as source material for this version). As multiple reviewers have noted, the film differs from its source in several ways including the basic premise. In the novel the cause of the demise of humanity is a plague spread by mosquitoes...
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