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Last Vegas

Last Vegas

5.0 2
Director: Jon Turteltaub

Cast: Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman


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Four geriatric friends vow to set Las Vegas ablaze during the ultimate bachelor party in this all-star comedy from director Jon Turteltaub (National Treasure, The Sorcerer's Apprentice). Amongst his friends, Billy (


Four geriatric friends vow to set Las Vegas ablaze during the ultimate bachelor party in this all-star comedy from director Jon Turteltaub (National Treasure, The Sorcerer's Apprentice). Amongst his friends, Billy (Michael Douglas) has always been the confirmed bachelor. When Billy finally pops the question to his much-younger girlfriend, his pals Paddy Robert De Niro, Archie Morgan Freeman, and Sam Kevin Kline plan to send him off in style. But Vegas has changed since the last time they prowled the Strip, and once the party gets started, there's no telling how it will end.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Perry Seibert
As the baby boomers creep into retirement age, it makes sense that there would be an onslaught of comedies about AARP members dealing with their physical and emotional baggage. Last Vegas fits right alongside films like Stand Up Guys, Wild Hogs, Hope Springs, and The Bucket List not only in its subject matter, but in the fact that any enjoyment to be had rests predominantly on the charm of the actors. The setup is simple: When successful, nearly 70-year-old businessman Billy (Michael Douglas) proposes to his 31-year-old girlfriend, his three best friends since childhood demand to fly to Vegas and give him the greatest bachelor party ever. However, each of them has selfish reasons for concocting this plan. Sam (Kevin Kline) has retired to Florida with his wife, and he's miserable. His wife knows this and sends him off to Vegas with a condom, a Viagra pill, and a hall pass. Archie (Morgan Freeman) is recovering from a mild stroke and chafing under the overprotective behavior of his son. Paddy (Robert De Niro) has been in a funk ever since his wife passed away, and he clings to her memory as much as he clings to the grudge he's held against Billy for failing to show up for her funeral. While it's tempting to chalk Last Vegas up as nothing but a geriatric version of The Hangover, the truth is that it's a big-budget Hallmark film. There is little debauchery on display, and screenwriter Dan Fogelman deserves credit for getting laughs not from the characters trying to act younger than they are, but from the passion they feel when they are squeezing a little bit of fun -- be it at the blackjack table or in romancing a lounge singer (Mary Steenburgen) -- out of their predictable lives. However, there are no real surprises or insights offered up. What pleasure there is to be had comes from the four lead actors playing things relatively straight. Nobody is pushing the obvious jokes, and much of the time the chemistry is genuine -- they really seem like a group of guys who have known each other for decades. Kevin Kline is so relaxed and reassuring a screen presence that he makes every line of his inviting -- he's the one you would want as your own friend -- and Morgan Freeman is in his appealing guffaw-and-smile mode. While that duo get to handle much of the comedy, Douglas and De Niro are given the dramatic beats; their story line is as predictable as the prostate jokes you expect from the opening credits, but both actors play their scenes well. De Niro isn't mugging like he is in the Fockers movies, and Douglas gets the best monologue in the film in which he acknowledges his disbelief and regret at how fast his life went by. In previous scripts like Crazy, Stupid, Love., Fogelman showed an ability to craft a crowd-pleaser that gave good actors enough room to swim in the deep end of the emotional pool. While it's fun to watch Freeman, De Niro, Douglas, and Kline banter, the problem with Last Vegas is that it stays for too long in the shallow end.

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Original Release:
Sony Pictures
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[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
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Special Features

Filmmaker Commentary; It's going to legendary; Four legends; The Flatbush tour; Blu-ray exclusives; Shooting in Sin City; The Redfoo Party; Supporting ensemble

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Douglas Billy
Robert De Niro Paddy
Morgan Freeman Archie
Kevin Kline Sam
Mary Steenburgen Diana
Jerry Ferrara Dean
Romany Malco Lonnie
Roger Bart Maurice
Joanna Gleason Miriam
Michael Ealy Ezra
Bre Blair Lisa
April Billingsley Maid of Honor
Stephen Scott Scarpulla Danny the Greaser
Andrea Moore Bachelorette
Noah Harden Young Billy
R.J. Fattori Young Paddy
Aaron Bantum Young Archie
Phillip Wampler Young Sam
Olivia Stuck Young Sophie
Ashley Rae Spillers Elizabeth
Karen Ceesay Ezra's Wife
Lisa Young Blackjack Dealer
Edward Edwards Floor Manager
Ray Abruzzo Pit Boss
Elliott Street Chapel Officiant
Weronika Rosati Hot Waitress
David Ekott Blackhawk
Andrew Furr Shufflebot
Michael Beasley Bouncer
Ric Reitz Neil
Michael Farris Cabbie
Savannah Leigh Bergeron Cher Impersonator
Richard Mooney Ira
Janay Oakland Madison #1
Diana Boyle Madison #2
Christie George Taylor
Kelly O'Neal Maurice's Wife
Garrett Hines Dean's Friend
Jena Sims Dean's Girl
Nicci Faires Brunette in Pool
Autumn Dial Blonde in Pool
Polly Craig Aqua Aerobics Instructor
Dane Davenport Bartender
Maria Malcom Party Guest
Natalia Harris Prize Wheel Girl
Murray Nicholson Coughing Man
Louis Fox Man at Funeral
Mimi Gould Woman at Funeral
Dan Hewitt Owens Security Guard
Matt Bauer ARIA Bellman
Doug Kaye Lounge Complainer
Susan Shalhoub Larkin Lounge Woman
Michael Cohen Airport Taxi Guy

Technical Credits
Jon Turteltaub Director
Amy Baer Producer
Yossi Bechor Asst. Director
David J. Bomba Production Designer
David Holmes Sound Mixer
Derrick Dover Casting
Joseph Drake Producer
Dan Fogelman Screenwriter
Mark Garner Art Director
Julie Goldman Casting
Lawrence Grey Executive Producer
David Hennings Cinematographer
Nathan Kahane Executive Producer
Melissa Kostenbauder Casting
Kriss Krosskove Camera Operator
Matthew D. Leonetti Co-producer
Jayme Leach Long Set Decoration/Design
Francine Maisler Casting
Laurence Mark Producer
Tracey L. Miller-Smith Makeup
Mark Mothersbaugh Score Composer
Nicole Brown Executive Producer
Jill Oshry Makeup
Dayna Pink Costumes/Costume Designer
Gary S. Rake Asst. Director
Mary Ramos Musical Direction/Supervision
David Rennie Editor
Jeremiah Samuels Executive Producer
Ariane Turner Makeup

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Last Vegas
1. Scene 1 [3:02]
2. Scene 2 [7:21]
3. Scene 3 [10:12]
4. Scene 4 [8:51]
5. Scene 5 [11:58]
6. Scene 6 [8:09]
7. Scene 7 [7:38]
8. Scene 8 [8:09]
9. Scene 9 [4:39]
10. Scene 10 [4:24]
11. Scene 11 [3:33]
12. Scene 12 [3:16]
13. Scene 13 [5:39]
14. Scene 14 [7:39]
15. Scene 15 [6:07]
16. Scene 16 [4:08]


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