plenty of problems here, but it’s still a decent enough picture because of the story and the fact that i love these apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic films. smith lacks the chops to truly shift gears from the comedic actor to the kind of on the edge insanity that is necessary here. there are times during the film where smith is supposed to be near cracking under the strain of not having human contact for years and, rather than coming off as tortured and near his breaking point, he portrays a man uncomfortable outside of the comic realm. there are other problems i had the the film as well: i would have liked to see how he provided himself with power and water. how did he keep the lab up and running? i also would have liked more explained about the nature of the dark-seekers. they seemed to work in teams, but weren’t as intelligent has real humans in some ways. more discussion of their nature would have been nice.
i still plan on watching the first two.Watched in theater