Sadie's Last Days on Earth

Synopsis: Everything in high school is like the world ending and Sadie Mitchell's crippling fear of the coming apocalypse is the heightened version of that. Undeterred by the naysayers, Sadie has two weeks to ready herself before doomsday. She needs to master survivalist cuisine, learn to sew, but there are other things...personal things: go to a high school party, kiss a boy, and most importantly, get her best friend back.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Michael Seater
Production: BrancSeater Productions
 
IMDB:
5.0
Rotten Tomatoes:
40%
UNRATED
Year:
2016
90 min
10 Views

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- So if he likes

your pic, he likes you?

- Not necessarily, but

it's definitely a click

in the right direction.

- I would just say something.

- Wait.

Like, if you were me,

or you for me?

- Umm.

Both, I guess?

- Okay, no pressure,

but what would you say?

- I... well...

Dear...

Brennan...

Earthquake!

- They're supposed to stay

inside, we can't go in there!

- The only safe place!

- Sadie!

Sadie!

It's your turn to present.

- And so, with science and

multiple religions agreeing,

I think it's safe to say

the apocalypse prophecies

should be taken seriously.

- Sadie, once again, you've

misunderstood the assignment.

It's supposed to be a study

on the effects of religious

government on economy and

society.

- Can there be any bigger

effect than the complete

demolition of both?

I started doing my research

and discovered what many other

people already know.

How can I not do my

part and educate others?

I have produced some

literature to help you

ready yourselves.

If we prepare, we can make it!

In 30 days, the world is

going to end as we know it!

My name is Sadie Mitchell.

I'm keeping this log

so if I don't make it,

whomever inhabits this world

in the future will have a sense

of who we were and learn

from our unpreparedness.

Human beings are

creatures of great denial.

But we also have a vast sense of

fear.

The powers that be know this,

so they pepper our brain

waves with war-this and

economy-that.

And a big thank you to main

street media for providing us

teenagers with a perpetual

sense of inadequacy.

I'm the first to say that

all that fear-mongering

is just to keep our senses

engaged.

But this predates media.

It's millennia old.

31 more days, disaster

will strike the world over

and prom queen or geek,

everyone's f*cked.

But I'm going to survive.

I know this because what

started as a school assignment

has become a minor distraction.

Someday maybe they'll

change you, change you

but don't let, don't let 'em

lead you, lead you astray

- Afternoon, Sadie.

Only one more month

till doomsday.

- And seven hours, 42 minutes,

and 16 seconds.

- Yeah, but like you've

already bought everything

in the store, so if anybody's

gonna survive, it's you.

I mean, other than me.

Wait, have you thought of

something else?

- Early Christmas presents,

since there won't be one.

- You're caring.

Sadie, I have a question

for you.

If the Mayan calendar is right...

- and the Egyptians,

the I ching dynasty...

- Yeah, to name a few,

but whose side are you on?

- I think if I had to pick

an MVP, I'd go with science.

It's winter solstice and the

earth will fall in direct

alignment with the sun

and the milky way galaxy.

The sun will lash out

huge solar flares,

which will destroy our

protective magnetosphere

that will trigger geomagnetic

storms that agitate

the earth's core, followed by

the obvious.

- Super volcanoes

and earthquakes!

- And subsequent tsunamis.

- I'm still on the fence

about the entire earth's crust

shifting around the core,

seems a bit far-fetched to me.

- Yeah, but either way, the

whole thing goes "kablow".

- Not us, though.

We'll see each other

when the dust settles.

- You know it.

- Do you think if everyone

was this prepared,

they could survive it too?

- Yeah, more could than will,

though.

Ten bucks.

- Ring me up.

I've decided before there's

nothing and no one left,

I need to make a list of a few

things I should accomplish.

I have all my supplies,

I need to learn to knit,

how to cook, you know, practical

stuff for when it's just me

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Lauren Collins

Lauren Collins (born August 29, 1986) is a Canadian actress and writer. She is best known for portraying Paige Michalchuk on Degrassi: The Next Generation. She has also had supporting roles in the films Take the Lead (2006) and Charlie Bartlett (2007). In 2013, she appeared in multiple episodes of the sketch comedy Kroll Show, as well as a recurring guest role in the upcoming fourth season of the FX series The Strain (2017). more…

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