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Times of India
: Three friends decide to explore a doomed forest area just for the sake of adventure. Fun gives way to horror as shocking events unfold.
: The Last supper has a maddening influx of friendship, adventure, horror and even romance. However what really distinguishes this film is its thick pack of visuals, some of them are really stunning, especially when it belongs to rare wild animals caught in their rarest moments. Some of these visuals appear grainy, strongly redolent of the exactly same visuals which characterized documentaries made for channels that specialise in programme on wildlife.
Still, to see these visuals on screen again doesn't take away the pleasure especially when it comes as inter-cuts or introduction to three characters that run the film.
In a badly written, poorly conceived film about three friends going on a trip to a devilish place, interest is confined to visuals, mostly of animals who appear regardless of their unique habitats. There is hardly anything original about the film. It evokes respect only for the arduous effort the crew must have put in framing scenes on inhuman terrains and assembling scenes of adventure.
Even the way the characters are framed appear knotty, totally aimless. An upright, 'I stand for love' like youth suddenly turns into a ruthless, mean guy whose acts befit a maniac. Biblical allusions are also squeezed in as though in a final desperate aim to attain some meaning for an otherwise misguided narrative.