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The Decline (2020)

Rayting:   5.9/10
Country: Canada
Language: English

A fatal accident at a remote survivalist training camp sends participants into a panic and sets the stage for a chilling showdown.

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Draysan-Jennings 31 March 2020

Saw this on Netflix and decided to give it a shot. I thought it was a pretty decent film. The movie got right to the point and kept me entertained till the end. Nothing very spectacular, but worth a watch none the less. 6 stars.

sebastianvelez 30 March 2020

Yes it is short and as someone said it could have been a TV episode, so what. You can tell it was a low budget film not because it lacks quality but because they were ingenious and made the best of it (not many effects but effective and well done). The actings was good. I believe an actress does all her stunts and it was great. Do not believe too much bad reviews. I read them all before writing this because the low rating surprised me a bit (6.4 as I write this) and most of them sound like pretentious pricks who believe every film has to be Ingmar Bergmanlike.

Sleepin_Dragon 2 April 2020

This was an interesting watch, very much a story of survival and human spirit, the instinct to stay alive. It was very easy to watch, I wasn't bored at any stage, I even managed to not be put off with it being dubbed, the story appealed to me very much. I thought it was well acted, I thought it looked very nice, it also had a relevance in this day and age,. particularly with the effects of the Coronavirus. Some violence, so perhaps not suitable for the whole family, an interesting watch though. 6/10.

royhectorkabanlit 30 March 2020

I thought this was a pretty good thriller about a Survivalist Training Camp that went wrong. There were enough thrills and twists to keep the movie interesting throughout. Excellent performances also by the Actors and Actresses involved.

frederic-bn 30 March 2020

It is a very good movie from Quebec. The action keep going on and the reactions of the characters are well performed. I would recommend this movie without hesitation and I even had the trill for the third of the movie. It's mostly realistic and made me nervous.

Sorry for the"bad" english :)

nicboujunk 28 March 2020

I am proud to be Québécois. This first Netflix Quebec production was very enjoyable. I would dream to own a bug out site like the one portrayed in this movie in case the actual pandemic leads to world chaos.

SnobReviews 31 March 2020

"Jusqu'au Declin" is a camp fire nightmare that will have you tensed up the entire time. . In this suspense thriller, a fatal accident at a remote survivalist training camp sends participants into a panic, and sets them up for a chilling showdown. . The story is rough around the edges but "Jusqu'au Déclin" brings entertainment for 80-minutes. For a film made in Quebec, it's quite good but not great. I appreciated the approach, which may now pave the path for stronger films of this genre to come out of the province. It is pretty cool to see a Quebec film on Netflix. The cast is good, the tension is high, the action is there but the script is the issue here and they're too many loose ends. . Follow @snobmedia for more reviews!

mzefabulous 12 April 2020

It suppose to be movie of surviving, but they missed the mark. It was a fair movie but nothing I would watch again.

TopDawgCritic 31 August 2020

French films usually give me the crêpes <-- see what I did there ;p

Novice French writer and director Patrice Laliberté makes his first full length feature film debut with this little gem, and nailed it.

The directing and cinematography were spot-on. Location setting in the vast northern Quebec region was spectacular - I wish more aerial landscape shots were shown. The score was perfect and not overbearing. The casting and performances were excellent and very convincing. What I really enjoyed was the no-nonsense non-Hollywood-ish real-life writing. It felt sort of like a live documentary shoot gone bad. Although the pacing in the beginning was a little slow, it picked up when the suspense began. The 83 min runtime wasn't too long, in fact, I wanted more.

If you're into wilderness/survivalist films, you will love this. I'm not, but still really enjoyed it. Props to Netflix for picking up this little French gem and dubbing it in so many languages.

It's a well deserved 8/10 from me

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