Last Vegas
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Jon Turteltaub
Morgan Freeman as Archie
Weronika Rosati as Veronica
Bre Blair as Lisa
Andrea Moore as Bachelorette
Julisita Salcedo as Sexy Club Girl
Autumn Dial as Drunk Girl
April Billingsley as Maid of Honor
King as Millionaire Playboy
Jena Sims as Abby
Michael Ealy as Ezra
Joanna Gleason as Miriam
Roger Bart as Maurice
Romany Malco as Lonnie
Storyline: Billy (Michael Douglas), Paddy (Robert De Niro), Archie (Morgan Freeman) and Sam (Kevin Kline) have been best friends since childhood. So when Billy, the group's sworn bachelor, finally proposes to his thirty-something (of course) girlfriend, the four head to Las Vegas with a plan to stop acting their age and relive their glory days. However, upon arriving, the four quickly realize that the decades have transformed Sin City and tested their friendship in ways they never imagined. The Rat Pack may have once played the Sands and Cirque du Soleil may now rule the Strip, but it's these four who are taking over Vegas.
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"Last Vegas" is "The Hangover" for senior citizens, and what a group of seniors this is!
I've heard this movie described as "the Hangover with senior citizens" and its four stars as "the Mount Rushmore of Acting". Both descriptions are apt. "Last Vegas" (PG-13, 1:45) brings together four men (Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline) whose average age was 71 at the time of the film's release, and who have a combined 300+ movie and TV credits to their names over careers that total about 200 years and who, as a group, have racked up over 25 Golden Globe noms (with several wins) and about 15 Oscar noms (with several more wins). These actors have starred in such iconic films as "The Godfather, Part II", Sophie's Choice", "Taxi Driver", "Driving Miss Daisy", "Wall Street", "A Fish Called Wanda", "Fatal Attraction" and "Independence Day" as well as under-appreciated gems like "The Game", "A Bronx Tale", "Seven" and "Grand Canyon". Attention should be paid.

In "Last Vegas", four childhood friends get together in Sin City to throw a bachelor party for the ladies' man of the group, the last of them to finally get around to getting married. The set-up is similar 2013's "The World's End", complete with one attendee who, due to an old grudge, had to be tricked into joining the reunion. As the four men air their grievances, remember the past and worry about the future, they're working their way through a weekend in Vegas in which they make new friends (of varying ages) and figure out how to party "like it's 1959", although the calendar is working against them.

This movie, with these four acting legends, and ably supported by Mary Steenburgen, Michael Ealy, Romany Malco and Roger Bart, is a good bit of fun. Jokes about aging abound, but just as those gags are about to go stale, the film shifts gears to focus more on the drama that has developed among these four men, yet still manages to work in a few more laughs here and there. It's a pleasure to see these four cinematic legends share the screen and it's obvious that they're having a great time playing these characters. There are a couple interesting plot twists along the way, which culminate in a resolution that is predictable, but heartfelt. "Last Vegas" is funny, but could have been funnier, interesting, but could have been more interesting and well-acted, although not quite award-worthy, earning, from me, a "B".
Enjoyable. Pretty Good Geriatric Las Vegas Party
Billy (Michael Douglas) in his 60s intends to marry a girl half his age. He wants to celebrate with his 3-best childhood friends: Paddy (Robert DeNiro), Archie (Morgan Freeman), and Sam (Kevin Kline); and they decide to throw Billy a Bachelor Party in Las Vegas. How good is that? However, there is a very big issue between Billy and Paddy that needs to be resolved.

I was wrong. I thought that this would be a movie about some big stars who wanted to make a movie for themselves and for their friends who would howl at every raunchy comment and every raunchy sight gag. BUT, I was wrong. This is a pretty good low key comedy with a lot of jokes targeted at an older man, Billy, marrying a much younger woman; and targeted also at themselves when they discover they are behind the times and need to catch up with the mores of the day. Listen carefully and you will hear some very subtle, funny remarks. I chuckled often.

OK, maybe this will help. Imagine yourself at their ages and then watch. If you cannot do that and still don't find anything funny, well, I tried to tell you the kind of comedy you will encounter. And, if truth be told, you will attain their ages in time. Then you may relate…….hopefully.

The issue between Paddy and Billy will come full circle near the end of the movie and you will see how clever this all came about. And, Diana (Mary Steenburgen), a Lounge Singer, becomes involved with the issue between Billy and Paddy.

This is a comfortable movie. No Raunch, no raunchy language or sight gags, but there are subtle allusions to what is going on. Very clever at times. There are Las Vegas Show Girls in skimpy outfits and that is to be expected. Hey, we are in Las Vegas.

We do see many of the Las Vegas landmarks and this is always nice to see.

I find Robert DeNiro to be funny when he is not in a raunchy comedy as he had been in some in the past when he tried too hard to be funny, and bombed in my opinion. But,in dramas, he can be funny with his facial expressions and/or when given the proper lines. In here he was very good and funny at times. All the cast performed well. This was enjoyable. (7/10)

Violence: Not really. A few punches are thrown only. Sex: No. Nudity: No. Language: No, some soft stuff but not much of that.
Is 2 too much?
How many stars do you give a movie that makes you squirm with embarrassment for an hour before you turn it off? I think that 2 was too much for this frankly embarrassing effort at screwing a few grey dollars out of the coffin dodging community.

How much fun would you have going to Las Vegas with your grandparents? Probably not much, but it would still be far better than watching this contrived and lumbering wreck of a movie shuffle on its zimmer frame from one cliché to the next.

You can't argue with some of the acting talent on show here, its just a shame they didn't exercise any judgement before signing up for this. I can't believe the visceral force of nature that drove movies like Taxi Driver and Good Fellas should be reduced to this. And please for the love of all that is Holly do not show us Morgan Freeman "dancing" ever again.

If you are desperate for geriatric laughs then check out Bad Grandpa, Last Vegas is the kind of movie that will make you hope to die young.
Enjoyed, no dead spots
Enjoyed film very much. A fast moving comedy. Age related in my case. The fifties, those were the days of good friends sticking together and staying in touch through life. Laughed all the way through. Had good believable story line that added to film. Watched with my wife who burst out laughing out loud at several scenes. Big name cast was super and played well together. Just shows how good movies can still be made without foul language from beginning to end. Las Vegas was a perfect setting for the guys adventure or misadventure and made the film visually appealing in several ways while adding to the film. Will watch once again to see if I missed anything.
the trailer looked bad, but Last Vega was very very enjoyable
Where I'm coming from: I'm 32. I enjoyed The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (also about "geriatics") as well as the younger skewing Hangover series. Last Vegas is really a great blending of the two. Less hard hitting drama than TBEMH, but more realistic and genuine (less slapsticky/ridiculousness) than Hangover. I've attended 16 gofobo screenings this year and this is by far my favorite. I wasn't that excited after watching the trailer before clicking yes, but it was an open night, I generally enjoy the actors (though they've each had some misses) and I figured why not. I think the audience seemed similarly skeptic, but I'm sure my opinion colored that a bit. Unlike the trailer, the movie started pretty strong, with theater rippling laughs at the start. Throughout the movie, the laughs only increased and the audience had a very positive happy feeling that made the experience even more enjoyable. Psychologically, the polar swing from bad trailer to pleasant viewing is likely to make more adamant fans than otherwise. Count me as one, but that's not a bad thing. I don't usually like a packed theater, and enjoy the opposite empty one, but I would even prefer the full audience experience in this case. The drama or emotional elements weren't overdone, and added to the story and impact and didn't take away in a cheesy fashion. The actors have great chemistry and their roles are written well, with palpable offscreen history in many of their looks and interactions. It was also fun from time to time to recognize traits from my grandparents or friends' parents in the characters. I highly recommend Last Vegas. It's a drama with a lot of good feeling laughs - my girlfriend almost peed her pants.

A rarity for me, I look forward to seeing it again with friends and family. 7-8/10 against the world of film, 10/10 judging it for what it is.
Someone Had Bills To Pay
I was looking forward to seeing this movie with it's great line up of actors. I had no expectations and therefore was a blank canvas. This movie SUCKED and was not funny at all. This movie was a transparent, trite and ineffective attempt at placing good actors in a vehicle to sell. This entire movie was cringe-worthy from the line delivery to the sh*tty plot devices. Booo. I have nothing else to say but I'm being told that my review does not contain enough lines - the minimum length for reviews is 10 lines of text. Please see the guidelines. Attempts to pad the comment with junk words can result in your account being blocked from future submissions.
My brain cannot conceive how old this body is.
"We were 17, you now, five minutes ago. It was just yesterday. I just don't know where it all went, you know? My brain cannot conceive how old this body is."

Last Vegas is one of those movies that you get exactly what you were expecting from it. There are no surprises, it's predictable, but since it has four monster actors you know it will be charming and fun. It's not every day that you get a chance to see Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Kevin Kline, and Morgan Freeman star together in a comedy. They're isn't anything groundbreaking or fresh about their performance, but it's just fun to see them interact with each other and make fun about their old age. Last Vegas is a forgettable film, but one that you will enjoy during its 100 minute run. It has very light humor and doesn't take any risks, but it's also heartwarming and charming. It's a genuinely warm and delightful movie with some funny moments. I'm not going to criticize the film for not taking any risks because I got exactly what I was expecting from it. My father enjoyed it much more than I did, but that's reasonable considering he's more this film's target audience. There's nothing about Last Vegas that's worth recommending, but if you're bored this is an entertaining way to spend it.

The film begins by introducing us to four childhood friends from Brooklyn during the 50's. They were like a good old gang that called themselves the Flatbush Four. 58 years later we see what has happened to each one of them. Billy (Michael Douglas) has remained single all these years and is living the good life in Malibu with his young 31 year old girlfriend. Paddy (Robert De Niro) is still living in Brooklyn and has barely left his apartment since his wife passed away an year ago. Sam (Kevin Kline) and his wife are retired and living in sunny Florida. Archie (Morgan Freeman) is now living in New Jersey with his son who is making sure his father doesn't move around much after he suffered a minor stroke. When Archie and Sam receive a call from Billy telling them that he's getting married they don't hesitate on insisting they have to throw a Bachelor party for him in Vegas. They also convince Paddy to come along and the four get ready to relive their glory days from their youth.

Jon Turteltaub is a studio director who is better known for his National Treasure films. You know exactly what you are going to get from his movies and know that he isn't looking to win any awards. He is a director who always looks to please major studio producers. The script written by Dan Fogelman (Crazy Stupid Love) is light and fun. It has some charming moments. The film explores rather lightly the themes of friendships and how life seems to pass by faster than what we expect. Last Vegas is a standard film that does exactly what it intended.
Awesome film & a must to watch
This film is what it is a brilliant film, it not going to win an Oscar or be a number one film but this is what Hangover should of been, its seriously funny, heart-warming & show just because you are old you can still enjoy life & party like the old day's. Legend's in there own right Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman Kevin Kline bring the most hilarious film ever as after 60 years of friendship they can still part like animal's & get in to all sort of mayhem, its so refreshing and funny together, they really played off of each other well and because of that the film moved along at a great pace you don't get board watching it. This film is a representation on what friendship is no matter what life has throw at you, no matter how many time you have fall out, loyalty is what keeps friendship's for years by being there for each other,i love this film because its a fun film to watch. It the type of film that goes from middle age Crisis to a wild fun time to a heart warm moment type of film that kind of dose make you think of life in a way, as getting old you start to reflect on life & everything you've done, if you not with that one person that you true love or with loyal friends its hard getting old because that all you think about this really show's in this film with Michael Douglas character which was brilliant performed, it Also hard when you loss a wife after 30 good years of marriage which was brilliantly performed by Robert De Nio character. I don't know what was more funny Kevin Kline acting like a sugar daddy or Morgan Freeman dancing classic scene in this film that just make this film brilliant.This is one film you should seriously watch because this was better that hangover by miles its a must to watch
Perfection! an Understatement
Perfection! an understatement, to describe this movie, where four legends pull off their best comic performances of their lives, Freeman just showed his class, a true solid performer,so were Kline, De Niro and Douglas.

It was quick, Outstandingly funny. Their chemistry was superb, i don't see any other set of actors play their roles as perfect as these guys!

This Movie is a perfect 10, However i rate it 9 for it being short. Yes it might sound Phony. But trust me, it was so good, that 100 minutes weren't enough.

Apart from the comedy, it has a wonderful lesson behind it. This movie makes you feel connected, makes you appreciate and value life.

You only live once.
Morality, Meet Mortality. only very mild spoilers.
Where to start. I guess you start with expectations. These commemorative flicks are usually terrible. You know the one's, and they don't have to be young actors or old actors, just some haphazardly thrown together comedy with only one goal in mind - Money.

Not the case here.

"Last Vegas" has been one of the biggest surprises of the 2013 offerings. I'm actually considering this at #24 or #25 for my top 25 of 2013. Now, I've only seen 65 or so films from last year, and still have Gravity, 12 Years, American hustle, and W.O.W. left on the watchlist, so even if it makes the list it probably won't stay there, but it was a surprise of epic proportions none-the-less.

Lifelong friendship is the theme here, but the film tackles some other subplots head-on.

One thing I really admired about the film was how all the characters were given equal screen time, and they WERE these characters. Morgan was the 'life of the party' that could be again. Kevin the 'boring academic in search of his libido'. Deniro the 'once leader turned grouch/hermit'. And Douglas the 'flamboyant betrayer'. The roles were perfectly cast.

When we're young, groups of friends tend to like the same things, act the same way, but as we age we go our own directions. That doesn't mean, however, that you lose your friends. After all, accepting people for who they are(or who they become) just makes the bond stronger between close friends. The acceptance of where you are in life tends to make one stronger whether you live in a high rise apartment, a Hollywood mansion, or modest house on the hill. When a friend asks you later in life if you're fine - and you tell them,"I AM", it's the equalizer. It brings everyone back to the same playing field. Social status means everything to people you don't REALLY know, and nothing to those who really know you.

The film isn't necessarily 'laugh out-loud' funny, but it's still thoroughly entertaining.

Cliché'd? Yes. Predictable? Sometimes. But, this is cliché'd, predictable fun, and with a big heart to boot.

Highly recommend this. Especially from the redbox at $1.52. Can't beat that with a stick.

63/100 Mary Steenburgen's singing is truly cringe-worthy. Without that, I might be at 7 - it's just THAT bad.

late edit:A big run of great films has moved this all the way to my #34 out of 89 viewed from 2013. Still enjoyable.
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