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. Watch The Hangover Instead.
Last Vegas (2013): Dir: Jon Turteltaub / Cast: Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Robert De Niro, Kevin Kline, Mary Steenburgen: An elderly version of The Hangover only it totally lacks the laughs and clever writing of that great comedy. Title regards the conclusion of youth and innocence. Michael Douglas stars as the centre piece of four friends that go back to childhood. He is getting married to a woman thirty years his junior and he contacts his friends for a weekend bachelor party in Vegas. Robert De Niro plays an estrange friend who resents Douglas because he failed to attend his wife's funeral. This resentment runs deeper before the conclusion reveals deeper pain. Morgan Freeman is on pills is monitored by his son so he must sneak out undetected. Kevin Kline plays the fourth wheel whose wife gives him an envelop that contains a Viagra pill and a condom. While he does have an uncomfortable encounter with men in drag, it is obvious that he will not cheat on his wife even when the opportunity presents itself. The female roles are unfortunately underwritten and placed as props for romantic clichés. The cast is wonderful but the screenplay is as bland as the lights going out in Vegas. The Hangover is brilliant but here it doesn't quite hit the laugh factor. Director Jon Turteltaub has done better films such as While You Were Sleeping and National Treasure: Book of Secrets. He doesn't totally miss here thanks to a great cast and a theme of age and friendship. Big fans of the actors will be curious but Vegas is always better with the Wolf Pack in the dawn of the boozing. Score: 5 ½ / 10
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
What A Delightful Movie!
Now this is the sort of movie Hollywood should be making! All the talent in these older actors and actresses and it's being wasted by far too many tasteless, unfunny, crude movies that you either do not want to see, or if you are foolish enough to be roped into attending, you regret with every inch of your soul. In this one, each and every part was cast to perfection. A plot that made sense, fully fleshed out characters you like, and just fun, fun, fun. Tell you, there were more people in the matinée my friends and I went to see than for any movie we can remember seeing in a long time. And all of us left the show smiling. This one is a keeper. Would actually love to see a sequel to this, set a year or so ahead. I can think of several older actors/actresses to be in the film, in addition to these delightful players. I'm hoping Hollywood is paying attention. Sometimes they do it right and use the real talent. The Best Oriental Marigold Hotel was one. Quartet was one. I could name a few more, too. And this is one. Looking for a nice break in some of the bleak stuff being offered? Here it is!
A Feel-Good Comedy With a Sense of Balance
Only 47% on Rotten Tomatoes? Sheesh. Its not high-art, but compared to other recent comedies I've seen, Last Vegas was Prince Charming. Other movies are just obnoxious with man-child characters and ridiculous situations. But with four Oscar-winning actors and solid writing, our aging gang felt quite real to me, while still being amusing.

The movie was funny, but also had a nice touch of drama. Each of our characters had importance in the story, and their own issues associated with aging. And when all is done, you feel glad they had a good time, and have come to terms with their life.

Is there a few too many old people jokes? Of course. Are some of the jokes already dated? Yeah, LMFAO and 50 Cent aren't going to be timeless, Muppet Movie-style cameos. Is the plot predicable? Arguably, but c'mon, its a comedy!

I enjoyed it quite a bit. Since comedy movies aren't my preference, I'm willing to give it the benefit of the doubt and give it a solid 7. Consider renting it.
Warmhearted and tragicomic at the same time
Getting old is no fun - especially if your life has been active and versatile in the youth - but it does not mean that you should sit at home waiting for fatal events; routine and whining have more serious impact on health than "real" diseases... Luckily, an important event - a wedding - is ahead in Las Vegas, triggering a row of hectic events and moments where laughter and smile are sometimes through tears, but all the results are pleasant rather than annoying or embarrassing - thus, I would not call the movie "Hangover for seniors" or something. In spite of some predictability, the plot ran smoothly, and the ending included additional warm versatile moments.

But the real gem is the cast, cream of the cream of contemporary older actors - and all 5 leading characters (Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Kevin Kline, Mary Steenburgen) are Academy Award winners! I cannot recall any other movie with such an even and famous cast. Although not all of them spend equal time on screen, they are both separately and together pleasant to watch, chemistry is in place both in friendly and not-so-friendly scenes.

All in all, a fine movie that could be educational for younger generations as well - to understand their (grand)parents' desires, understandings and methods.
What more to ask when legends share screen
This film is all about the actors who appeared in main roles. De Niro,Freeman and Douglas were totally convincing in their roles. I loved it when Freeman showing his dance moves. The script is more of a Hangover type but kept me entertained. The frames are really impressive and the main highlight is the effortless and captivating screen presence of the legends. The film succeeds in becoming a comedy entertainer and also reflects the bond of loyalty and friendship.
'Geezer' flick with charm
When you get the likes of Robert DeNiro, Kevin Kline, Morgan Freeman and Michael Douglas together, you'd expect something special, and although not spectacular, 'Last Vegas' is a comfy feel good movie, with these four veterans, along with Mary Steenbergen giving strong support! All academy award winners, and although DeNiro is probably considered the 'greatest', I doubt that, he is great however at playing Robert DeNiro, and the under rated Kevin Kline can easily hold his own with these heavyweights. Nothing too tacky in it, unlike , to me,the unfunny 'Hangover' films, this one at least has a bit of class, and a nice little story within it, also set up at the end for a sequel, which I for one, hope eventuates! It goes along at a nice pace, not a laugh a minute, but pleasant!
A Joyride!
'Last Vegas' is A Joyride! A genuinely funny film, with a terrific, impeccable ensemble-cast.

'Last Vegas' Synopsis: Three sixty-something friends take a break from their day-to-day lives to throw a bachelor party in Las Vegas for their last remaining single pal.

'Last Vegas' is superbly entertaining & immensely engaging. The pace is perfect, the four central characters are perfectly written & enacted & the overall result, is completely satisfying.

Dan Fogelman's Screenplay has wit & appealing humor. Also, the dialogue are extremely funny. Jon Turteltaub's Direction is wonderful. He has handled the film with admirable confidence. Cinematography is striking. Editing is well-done.

Performance-Wise: Bob De Niro, Kevin Kline, Michael Douglas & Morgan Freeman are absolutely delightful. They make 'Last Vegas' unforgettable with their flawless performances. Their on-screen chemistry is exemplary. Mary Steenburgen supports wonderfully.

On the whole, 'Last Vegas' is great fun. Strongly Recommended!
A Geriatric Hangover
"Last Vegas" is about four close childhood friends who call themselves the Flatbush Four: Billy, Paddy, Archie and Sam. They are now living their own lives in different parts of the US. Sam (Kevin Kline) is in Florida, wallowing in a boring marriage. Archie (Morgan Freeman) is confined by his son in his New Jersey house because he recently survived a stroke. Paddy (Robert De Niro) remains in Brooklyn, and could not stop mourning the death of his dear wife. When 70 year-old Malibu bachelor Billy (Michael Douglas) decides finally to tie the knot with Lisa, his 30 year-old girlfriend, the four pals get together for his bachelor's party in Vegas. As the raucous Vegas party atmosphere makes for a randy reunion, the virtues of genuine friendship and even true love still manage to rule their memorable weekend getaway.

Kevin Kline was very delightful here. His character Sam was the one looking forward to youthful female diversion, so he gets into the raunchiest situations. Morgan Freeman manages to inject quiet dignity into a role that required him to do a prolonged daddy-dancing scene. This could have been merely played for shallow laughs by a lesser actor. These two fun characters manage to steal the film from the two main characters.

Robert de Niro seems to always be shoehorned into these grumpy old curmudgeonly characters nowadays. Paddy had the most interesting story of the four friends, but de Niro played him like his typical characters of late, with the same acting tics. It became rather familiarly uninteresting. Fortunately, his brilliance as an actor did shine through toward the end.

Michael Douglas plays Billy so naturally, like the aging Lothario he really is in real life. Despite being the central character and the main reason they are in Vegas in the first place, oddly, he seems to be upstaged by his other co-actors. I would have to commend him on having the guts to ride that extreme ride on the rooftop of a skyscraper, which you simply have to see to believe.

Of the supporting cast, I would have to tip my hat to Mary Steenburgen, who played dear Diana Boyle, an aging lounge singer in a second-rate Vegas casino. Despite being 61, she can really brighten up the screen with her radiant beauty and sweet charisma, even with all the young hot models strutting their stuff behind her. Lest it be forgotten, like Douglas, de Niro, Freeman and Kline, Steenburgen is also an Oscar winner for acting (Melvin and Howard, 1980).

With Las Vegas and a wedding in the synopsis, I thought this would only be a rehash of another hit buddy film "The Hangover," only with senior citizen actors. It really started that way, with a lot of Vegas decadence going on, with wild swimsuit contests and nightclubs. There were even hilarious cameos by Redfoo (of LMFAO) and 50 Cent. However, as the story developed, we learn more about the relationship of the four friends. We eventually identify with their situations, and appreciate the good heart and intentions of this film. I actually enjoyed this film very much. 7/10.
insufferable waste of good acting talent
the script is at once, dreadful and unbelievable. Sam's wife (Kevin Kline) hands him a Viagra and condom as she drops him at the airport and tells him to go, "get it out of your system". And that is how this piece of trash starts out. It does not improve. Got two hours to burn? take a walk, read a book... watch Two and A Half Men if you crave some base humor, because this movie is worse. What a tragedy, that these great actors tainted their career by appearing in this disaster. I used to expect decent entertainment if De Niro or Kevin Kline were involved. No more, but I suppose anyone can be bought off for the right price. I am floored by the 6.8 IMDb rating for Last Vegas. Have the ratings been stacked by 13-year old kids?