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69 of 79 people found the following review helpful.
Laughed like crazy
It’s the buddy-road-trip movie for the boomers. Four old friends (with some old issues between) them take off for a raucous weekend in Sin City. The emphasis here is on “old” – but the 60-70 crowd still has plenty of life left in them. An improbable stroke of luck near the start of their outing makes wild extravagance almost plausible, but that just makes it more fun. Things like over-attentive adult children, mid-life (maybe late-life) crises, getting back to wild times after a few decades of married peace and quiet, sorrow and recovery from being widowed – all carried off flawlessly. And, it doesn’t hurt to be reminded that “retired” and “dead” are different words for good reason. Every decade is a good one, or can be, just not all in the same ways.BTW, if someone pans the movie, check whether they’re under 50. If so, they just might not have enough life behind them to appreciate what’s going on.– wiredweird, reviewing the release to theaters
25 of 28 people found the following review helpful.
Senior rumble in Las Vegas…
By D. S. Thurlow
This is “Last Vegas”, a 2013 romantic comedy starring Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Kline. The four actors portray childhood buddies from the tough Flatbush neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, who reunite in their senior citizen years for a bachelor party in Las Vegas. Very little in the weekend goes as expected, including their adventures in a casino, the outrageously fabulous bachelor party itself, and the raking over of some old grudges. A very pleasant surprise is Mary Steenburgen as a novice lounge singer, who does a credibly soulful job on some old favorites such as “Only You.” You might have to be within hailing distance of the senior ranks to fully appreciate the humor of the movie, but it’s fun to watch four very talented actors take on the premise and hobble away with it. Recommended.
20 of 25 people found the following review helpful.
Vegas is the true star of this movie
By Paul Allaer
“Last Vegas” (2013 release; 95 min.) brings the story of 4 guys in their late sixties (played by Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas and Kevin Kline) going to Las Vegas for a weekend in preparation of the wedding of the Michael Douglas character to a woman less than half his age. As the movie opens, the characters are shown as young kids growing up in Brooklyn, with also a young girl whom one of them would eventually marry. The movie then goes “58 Years Later”, and we get introduced to each of the 4 guys, all of them dealing with a predicament of sorts. Not that it matters a lot, as it isn’t long before the action shifts to Vegas where they are determined to have a grand time. They also get to know an older female jazz singer (played by Marty Steenbergen). To tell you more would spoil your viewing experience, you’ll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out.Couple of comments: I admit that I probably wouldn’t have caught this movie but for the fact that I just got back from a vacation in Vegas myself and I happen to notice the movie was still playing (in the dollar theatre). I was curious what Vegas would look like in this movie, and I was not disappointed. In fact, once in a while the location of a movie is as big a character of the movie than any of the performers, and that is certainly the case in this movie. The second big surprise for me was the performance from Mary Steenbergen (you may recall she won an Oscar more than 30 years ago for “Melvin and Howard”). I hadn’t seem her in a movie in forever, even though I know she continues to work fairly frequently in movies. This role again showcases the talents of Ms. Steenbergen. Last but certainly not least, this is of course mostly a comedy but beware, there are some poignant moments towards the end, with some great observations about getting older and how fast the years fly by.Bottom line: I had little expectations going in, but found myself amused most of the time, and couldn’t stop marveling about the Vegas locations in the movie. If you’ve gone to Vegas, “Last Vegas” is a no-brainer and I would recommend it without hesitation. Eve if you haven’t gone to Vegas, it’s still worth checking out, be it in the theatre or on DVD/Blu-ray.
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