The Man from Earth: Holocene (2017)

  |  Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi


The Man from Earth: Holocene (2017) Poster

A 14,000-year-old college professor notices that he has finally started showing signs of aging. Meanwhile, four of his students get suspicious of him and start investigating his past.


5.3/10
7,716


Videos


Photos

  • Michael Dorn and David Lee Smith in The Man from Earth: Holocene (2017)
  • Brittany Curran in The Man from Earth: Holocene (2017)
  • Brittany Curran in The Man from Earth: Holocene (2017)
  • Richard Schenkman and Sterling Knight in The Man from Earth: Holocene (2017)
  • Vanessa Williams and David Lee Smith in The Man from Earth: Holocene (2017)
  • Sterling Knight and Carlos Knight in The Man from Earth: Holocene (2017)

See all photos

Get More From IMDb

For an enhanced browsing experience, get the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.

Get the IMDb app

Reviews & Commentary

Add a Review


User Reviews


20 January 2018 | grynai
3
| Angry with myself for watching this
I only gave three stars because of David Lee Smith. I can't forgive myself for ignoring all the negative reviews and deciding to give this a shot anyway. To the fans of the original film: don't watch this. Seriously, just don't. Watch the original one more time instead.

It's very hard to believe Holocene was created by the same people. The script, the casting - everything is so much worse. Acting by the four kids is just painful to watch, not to mention that all four characters seem to be clinical sociopaths with zero bad feelings about doing things that any sane, civilized human being would feel extremely uneasy partaking in. And what the what was there, at the very end? I won't include any spoilers, but... seriously?

I can't say I expected it to be a masterpiece like the original film, but I didn't expect it to be so bad. Please drop the idea of another film or a TV series.

Critic Reviews



2020 Emmy Nominees In and Out of Character

Check out our gallery of the nominees in the leading and supporting acting categories in real life and as the characters they so brilliantly played.

View the full gallery

Around The Web

 | 

Powered by ZergNet

More To Explore

Search on Amazon.com