The Day

Constructed from a patchwork of postapocalyptic cliches, populated by two-dimensional characters who speak in laughably hyperbolic dialogue, and driven by a wafer-thin plot that literally goes nowhere, The Day has all the makings of a complete disaster. But heavy atmosphere, a stoic performance by The Last Exorcism’s Ashley Bell, and some thoughtful reflection...read more

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The Day
16:00 — This program is subtitled in the English language. Armenian sculptor Albert Vardanyan explores the deepest meanings of the art of sculpture. In this (more…)
The Day
16:00 — This program is subtitled in the English language. Armenian sculptor Albert Vardanyan explores the deepest meanings of the art of sculpture. In this (more…)
The Day
16:00 — This program is subtitled in the English language. Armenian sculptor Albert Vardanyan explores the deepest meanings of the art of sculpture. In this (more…)
The Day
16:00 — This program is subtitled in the English language. Armenian sculptor Albert Vardanyan explores the deepest meanings of the art of sculpture. In this (more…)

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  • Released: 2012
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Constructed from a patchwork of postapocalyptic cliches, populated by two-dimensional characters who speak in laughably hyperbolic dialogue, and driven by a wafer-thin plot that literally goes nowhere, The Day has all the makings of a complete disaster. Bu… (more)

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