The Last Movie

The Last Movie
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Avis

the first half of "the last movie" is like a weird, chaotic dream with a lot of great songs sung by kris kristofferson and you don't really think that there is going to be a linear plot but the second half tells a story that ties the whole movie together.

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Angel

Not a huge fan of the white hippy thing bunch of filthy cultural appropriators. The film is okay. There might be something there for you. Great location.

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Brian

I've been waiting nearly 50 years to see this picture. I don't care what any of you say, I'm going to enjoy this.

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Dave

Yay!

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David

Tedious movie; location was gorgeous.

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Wesley

Ridiculous movie. The gun battle at the beginning was a collection of all the biggest shootout cliches ever made. Oh, and did I mention the terrible acting, and awful lighting setups?

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Deidre

This is one of those movies that could have been brilliant. Beautifully shot, some great performances. However, everyone seemed too drunk or stoned to put it together.

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F

Terrible. A waste of time. It didn't get better with age. Although Dennis Hopper is adorable.

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