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Jon Finch heads an impressive cast as the flamboyant anti-hero of this dystopian, darkly humorous sci-fi thriller from cult director Robert Fuest - best-known for the stylishly cult Dr Phibes horror films starring Vincent Price. Based on Michael Moorcock's acclaimed 1968 novel, The Final Programme is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.
In a far-off future, mankind is in a state of decay. But a group of scientists believe they have found the means to move humanity on to its next level in the creation of an ideal, self-replicating - and thus immortal - human being. Jerry Cornelius, Nobel Prize-winning physicist and playboy adventurer, is vital to the project's success: his recently deceased father devised the formula of this 'final programme'. However, the formula is captured on a microfilm hidden in the vaults of the family's mansion, and jealously guarded by Jerry's drug-addicted, psychopathic brother, Frank...
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Great movie, A classic, must see. Saw it years ago when I was a kid on the BBC, really liked it but forgot it's name, then Twitter came along and I happened to meet someone that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Riley
MM may well look down unfavourably upon this cinematic adaption of his literary yarn (a baton which Alan Moore was only too happy to pick up and run all the way to the bandwagon... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Handgun Messiah
This film is a Masterpiece.Jon Finch is a forgotten Hero of the silver screen.The cast all round are perfect in their parts. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Martin F.
The film hasn't aged well, and the sequence of him in the cockpit in the phantom, (shown when the BBC first showed the film all those years ago), is still missing. Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. Fairman
One of the best films ever made. I could watch this again and again. In the words of Jerry Cornelius, "It's a very tasty world!"Published 12 months ago by London Lass
A total gem. Yes it looks like it was shot on a budget of 50 quid but everyone gives it there all. Love Robert Fuest's movies and the production design is great on this. Read morePublished 14 months ago by A. Sneddon