Last Time

The Last Time

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Director: Michael Caleo

Cast: Michael Caleo, Michael Keaton, Brendan Fraser, Amber Valletta

     
 

A cynical New York salesman (Michael Keaton) finds his scornful ways unexpectedly softened upon falling for the fiancée of his new business partner (Brendan Fraser), a Midwest transplant attempting to find his footing in the city, in screenwriter-turned-director Michael Caleo's feature directorial debut. The Bindview Company is a firm…  See more details below

Overview

A cynical New York salesman (Michael Keaton) finds his scornful ways unexpectedly softened upon falling for the fiancée of his new business partner (Brendan Fraser), a Midwest transplant attempting to find his footing in the city, in screenwriter-turned-director Michael Caleo's feature directorial debut. The Bindview Company is a firm comfortably nestled in a corporate park that specializes in a highly profitable product. Ted (Keaton) is a former Northwestern University literature professor who has since found his calling in sales. When fresh-faced Ohio native Jamie (Fraser) arrives at Bindview eager to acclimate to life in the big city, cynical Ted greets the cub salesman with a palpable sense of scorn. Though Jamie is currently engaged to be married to the pretty Belisa (Amber Valletta), the bride-to-be is beginning to view her prospective spouse as something of a loser, and soon sets her sights on his reluctant mentor Ted.

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Product Details

Release Date:
07/10/2007
UPC:
0043396185463
Original Release:
2007
Rating:
R
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:37:00

Special Features

Deleted scenes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Keaton Actor
Brendan Fraser Actor
Amber Valletta Actor
Daniel Stern Actor
Michael Hagerty Actor

Technical Credits
Michael Caleo Director,Screenwriter
Kimberly C. Anderson Co-producer
Jeff Balis Co-producer
Shawn-Holly Cookson Costumes/Costume Designer
Julie Dangel Co-producer
Randy Edelman Score Composer
David Finfer Editor
Brendan Fraser Executive Producer
Michael Keaton Executive Producer
Anne McCarthy Casting
Stavros Merjos Producer
Sam Nazarian Executive Producer
Thom Noble Editor
J. Malcolm Petal Producer
Adam Rosenfelt Producer
Peter Samuelson Producer
Marc Schaberg Executive Producer
Jay Scully Casting
Garreth Stover Production Designer
Tim Suhrstedt Cinematographer

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Last Time
1. Nobody's Happy [8:00]
2. Dying to Meet You [8:05]
3. Doting Housewife [8:57]
4. Almost Got the Sale [7:20]
5. "It Was Crazy" [6:39]
6. "Tartar Sauce" [7:38]
7. The Legend [9:59]
8. Winning the Bet [6:19]
9. Kicking Him Out [9:00]
10. Moving Back [7:44]
11. Culling [8:10]
12. Ulike Dorian [8:40]

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The Last Time 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Michael Caleo's background in writing for television shows in this flimsy little flick that despite a solid cast comes across as tired retelling of the bad guy to good guy to bad guy sequences. There are some good one-liners in the film, with a script that is so peppered with the 'f' word that it is crippled by it, but the story has been done before and much better and this time around the 'twist' is obvious from the film's opening lines. Goofus-doofus Midwesterner Jaime (Brendan Fraser) has moved form Ohio to New York with his gorgeous girlfriend Belisa (Amber Valletta) to join a sales company whose chief salesman is foul mouthed, ill tempered Ted (Michael Keaton) who appears to loathe everyone and the world. Jaime is assigned to Ted, but Jaime's level of intelligence borders on idiocy and his fate with the company seems doomed...until Jaime introduces Belisa to Ted...and the romantic fireworks start. Ted falls for Belisa and begins to change his outlook, confiding his inner spirit as a professor of English literature to Belisa. A transformation takes place and as Jaime spirals downward while Ted and Belisa's affair ignites, role reversal happens as a not at all surprising plot unfolds. Michael Keaton is a fine actor and makes the best of this mouthy role, but Brendan Fraser's talents are completely wasted - a hint from the start that all is not as it appears... It is a mediocre movie and even if the audience doesn't turn off the soundtrack to rid the script of the trashy language, it can become insulting to the intellect. But again, Keaton helps it float. Grady Harp