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The Final Programme [DVD]
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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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Aside from Graham Crowden and George Coulouris' scientists who have literally assembled the finest brains in the world, most of the more familiar names in the cast - Hugh Griffith, Patrick Magee, Julie Ege, Harry Andrews and Sterling Hayden doing John Huston as a general who sells jet planes from his pad at the National Gallery - are one-scene wonders who only worked a single day, with Finch carrying most of the film with seemingly effortless style.Read more ›
It's a very quirky and odd sci fi thriller with more than a touch of British humour.
Our hero is a playboy scientist who has been tasked with finding his drug addict brother who has gone on the run with some micro-film which contains research material that can alter human life and create immortality.
The backdrop is a future Europe that has plunged into anarchy as governments have fallen and law and order are gone.
If you like flicks like Britannia Hospital or A Clockwork Orange this could be for you.
Very decent release from Network with good sound and picture quality.
"The Final Programme" is a delight for anyone who has read "The English Assassin" series of books, grew up with that "hippy vibe" or likes the style and look of the Moloko Bar in "A Clockwork Orange"! There are some weird shenanigans going on in this film, mainly around the distractingly alluring Jenny Runacre as "Miss Bruner"! Fans of gun battles will be disappointed by the efforts of Jerry and his brother Frank and fans of fisticuffs (or anyone else really) will find the final fight between Jerry and Miss Bruner's "pash", Dimitri, hilariously camp!
I have a soft nostalgic spot for "The Final Programme" and so I am biased in my assessment of the film's merits. I love everything about it except for the score which is inescapable and reminiscent of the circus or "The Benny Hill Show"!
If, like me, you loved the '70s then you'll enjoy "The Final Programme". Buy it and enjoy!
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Vintage dark comedy cult classic, which lost a little of Moorcock's full arsenal of intent in the translation, but still very enjoyablePublished 16 days ago by sue jones
... because it's all about ideas rather than 'cool stuff blows up in space'. Plus it's a trippy psychedelic freakout!Published 8 months ago by J. Watson
Bit of an acquired taste; I struggled with it but my boyfriend loved it. I don't think it's meant to be taken too seriously - there are some laugh out loud moments. Read morePublished 10 months ago by oxfordmiss