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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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.
Good movie with great actors.
With having big names like Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas and Kevin Kline in one movie, it can't possible be bad. Everyone performed exceptionally well, Robert De Niro was just awesome.

The movie is a good mix up, since these Vegas party movies are usually about young, crazy people who want to have sex and do a ton of drugs all weekend long, this movie was, on the contrary, about four old guys trying to re-live their youth for a couple of days. And figure out whether Billy should get married to a young 21 year old woman or not.

The never ending rivalry between Paddy (Robert De Niro) and Billy (Michael Douglas) was something awesome, as usual De Niro got to say his arrogant, but funny, comments.

Hope to see these famous, excellent actors in many more movies, being old isn't an obstacle for these men, as good as they were 30 years ago, if not even better.
total stinker
I love (love!) morgan freeman, michael douglas and especially robert deniro. deniro is easily the best and most versatile of the three and I've loved his films from all phases of his acting career even though some of his later ones seem to mostly be just a reason to keep busy. this is all to make the point that I'm willing to give a chance to almost anything any of these three guys make.

but this movie is horrendously bad, tired, boring, unfunny, predictable, and tbh the acting wasn't much better. I can suffer through garbage movies if I enjoy someone's performance but there's absolutely nothing redeeming about this thing whatsoever. just from the premise I knew this might be hard to sit through and it was.

this movie doesn't deserve this much commenting but if I save just one other fan of theirs from thinking somehow this is a hidden gem that deserves its current 6.7 IMDb rating it will be worth it.
The number one bad time movie of 2013 or of any year.
This movie is a combination of Husbands, The Hangover and Cocoon with all the good parts left out. It is like the Frankenstein monster - a combination of parts haphazardly put together, this time to create a mockery of a movie. If this movie was a living creature, it, like the Frankenstein creation, would be pursuing its creator to the ends of the earth, demanding to know why it was created. Nothing saves this movie. When a story is based on the belief that to validate ones life, one should drink, smoke, fornicate, dishonor ones marriage vows, risk ones health, and basically waste time, then it's a sure thing that something is awry. And when a story has one guy wanting to talk another guy out of getting married to a younger woman who loves him, then look for that red flag which means danger! According to this movie, a 70-plus year old man with money wanting to marry a 31 year old woman is not necessarily good. RED FLAG! The story is so contrived that it gives one cause to wonder why anyone would want to make this movie in the first place. You have four guys getting together in Las Vegas; one guy harbors animosity toward one of the other guys, that guy describes that other guy as a best friend. These kinds of nonsensical inconsistencies run throughout the movie, making watching this movie drudgery. This movie may set the record for the most worst performances by major movie stars in one movie. The movie's attempts at levity are insipid and misplaced and the actors looked tired, like the script. And the biggest cliché of the movie is the setting itself - in Las Vegas. One has cause to wonder how much the city of Las Vegas paid the movie producers to advertise Las Vegas in the movie. The personal values promoted by this movie are so destructive as to render them humorless. There is nothing funny about an elderly person going missing on his son with whom he lives, or of a so-called friend wanting to ruin another man's relationship with a woman as a way of showing that he cares. The format of this movie - four elderly men getting together for one last fling - had comedic potential, but instead fails as it gets bogged down in silly dialog, contrived scenes and blatant commercialism in which nobody comes out looking good. The one good feature of this movie is Mary Steenburgen who, at age 60, is hot, and easily gives the best performance.
Not a bad film
Last Vegas' main tagline is that it stars five Oscar winners of roughly the same generation: Robert De Niro (Godfather II, Raging Bull), Morgan Freeman (Million Dollar Baby), Michael Douglas (Wall Street), Kevin Kline (A Fish Called Wanda), and Mary Steenburgen (Melvin and Howard).

Still as Wild Hogs and Old Dogs demonstrated, packaging together a random bunch of aging legends as the sole reason for greenlighting a comedy ranks up there with a Transformers sequel, splitting up the last part of a trilogy, and ironically titling a horror film Not Another Teen Movie in blatant commercialism.

However, the actors of Last Vegas have a certain chemistry with one another that takes away any of your cynicism in ulterior motives. Mary Steenburgen, who has been marketed in the last decade or so as a senior citizen who's still got it, really gets to show off her mature sex appeal opposite aging casanovas like Kevin Kline, Robert De Niro and Michael Douglas. Similarly, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline have a relaxed demeanor here that movies with thicker premises might not allow.

That it's set in a city where excess and blatant commercialism are the norm allows the film to pass through the tropes of a romantic comedy with a wink and a smile but the story twists and turns a little to buck the unexpected.

Thumbs up.
"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".
One Legendary Comedy
Last Vegas is a comedy filled with Hollywood legends, which makes you laugh since the beginning up until the end. You may think that you're going to see a remake of "The Hangover" with old folks but it's much more than that. For me it's simply a strike of pure tasteful comic genius, which is why I believe it is incredibly unfair its rating both in IMDb as in Metacritic. In the movie each actor carries to the screen something different, but with most of the characteristics each one has had in their path trough stardom. Michael Douglas is a successful businessman, lover of the good life and young women; Robert De Niro plays the tough, grumpy, grumbler widower carrying a grudge against his best friend Billy (M.Douglas) for missing his wife funeral; Morgan Freeman is the calm, loving grandfather that is sick of being treated as incapable by his son, and desires to set free the youth within him despite the risk of having a new stroke and finally, Kevin Kline plays the easygoing, funny and naive friend, bored with his "old man's" married life while living in Florida and sets himself the task of reigniting the flame with his wife with a weekend only free pass to pull any girl that he wants and more important, that wants him! In Vegas the old gang meets a great singer played by Mary Steenburgen that brings to the table great advice to both Billy and Paddy, and tests their friendship. We also have a short guest appearance of MC Redfoo from LMFAO which brings more fun to this already full of laughter comedy. In other note I want to highlight the great job done with the soundtrack that balances between classic tunes such as September from Earth, Wind & Fire, as current themes like Party Rock Anthem from LMFAO.

In my opinion this is a movie that cannot be missed, especially if you like clever tasteful jokes in a comedy. I'll give a 7/10 to Last Vegas, fully deserved due to the incredible performing work by these great actors. This movie is summed up in three words "One Legendary Weekend".
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
Fun trip to Vegas
Want to be entertained and not challenged this romp fits the bill. Think "Hangover" for the AARP crowd.

Outstanding cast of Academy Award winners don't break a sweat. Morgan Freeman seemed to have the most fun.

The comedy works. It is refreshing to see a movie that doesn't stoop to raunchy to get laughs. The movie has a heart. A good score adds to the enjoyment.

A lot of movies seem too long, this one leaves you wanting more. The ending leaves things open for a return trip to Las Vegas for a welcome sequel.

It's a good time at the movies. See it.
entertaining and enjoyable
Four "old" men, friends from childhood, go to Las Vegas to give one of them a bachelor party in "Last Vegas," a 2013 film starring Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Kline.

Since the movies often overlook age in casting mother-son and friends, I'll say right off -- there's a ten-year gap between the oldest, Freeman, at 77, and the youngest, Kline though they are supposed to be similarly-aged contemporaries. DeNiro is 71 this year and Douglas is 70; at the time of the filming, they were all a little younger.

The plot allows many opportunities for humor, and "Last Vegas" mines some of them. The funniest scene for me was the simplest -- Freeman sitting on his window ledge, the camera giving us the impression that he is about to make a risky jump to escape his family and go on the trip, and then, as he is on the first floor, hopping a couple of inches onto the grass.

There's poignancy in this film as well, though it's not in any way overly sentimental, and most of that occurs with the rivalry between the Douglas and DeNiro characters. In the old days, both were in love with the same woman, whom DeNiro married, and she has since passed away. DeNiro hates Douglas, now about to marry a 30-year-old, for not showing up at his wife's funeral. Douglas also has a monologue about the passage of time. Since I'm an aging baby boomer, I would have loved a little more of that in the movie because man, it does go fast.

I found this a warm, fun movie about enduring friendship, being old doesn't mean you're dead, and that the elderly have a lot to offer the young and can be appreciated by them.
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