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The Last Kiss


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  • Actors: Tom Wilkinson, Blythe Danner, Casey Affleck, Harold Ramis, Zach Braff
  • Directors: Tony Goldwyn
  • Format: PAL, Widescreen, Colour
  • Language: Italian, English
  • Subtitles: Italian
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: CD
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0041KYCE0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 423,873 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Reviews

Remake dell'acclamato film italiano "L'ultimo bacio", il film parla di un gruppo di trentenni che cercano con molta fatica di affacciarsi al mondo degli adulti, ed in particolare di una coppia di conviventi la cui felicità viene compromessa, quando lui, incontra una ragazza e se ne innamora

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3.1 out of 5 stars

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By cherry on 21 July 2007
Format: DVD
Having seen the adverts for The Last Kiss, I realised that this definitely wasn't a Rom-Com. And seeing it, I realised it really isn't funny at all.

I find the story really touching, and the choice's that Zach Braff has to make are nothing but agonizing. I liked how the film shows that affairs are not always so simple. That it's not always intentional, the partner you're duping is not a bad person and that the person doing the cheating can be going through hell while trying to grab a piece of what they see is heaven.

I found it a bit hard going, as I literally wanted to shout "Don't do it!" at the screen. This film can be a little glum at times, but that's what affairs are. I think maybe this film has had poor reviews because it may be too true to life. It does not gloss over the hardships of failed / failing relationships. The presence of Zach Braff leads you into thinking that he will lead the cast with his usual sense of humour. This is not the case. Rachel Bilson played a good part, and I thought Casey Affleck was awesome.

This film touched me in a way that means I remembered the emotions long after I had finished watching.

A real heartfelt performance from all the cast, and a really touching and genuine piece of film, just don't hope to leave your own worries at the door!
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 25 Dec 2006
Format: DVD
In The Last Kiss, a film that is peppered with anguished thirty-somethings - Zach Braff plays Michael, an architect on the other side of twenty-nine. Michael has been with his girlfriend, Jenna (Jacinda Barrett) for about three years, and as the film opens, he is celebrating that she is ten weeks pregnant. Although Michael and Jenna have no plans to marry, both seem excited about becoming parents.

But is Michael as enthusiastic about becoming a parent as he initially lets on? His initial fervor is tempered by a real fear of the predictability of marriage and family life. Jenna is obviously excited, and life for her is currently about sonograms and baby-stuff, but she's also concerned that she'll get fat and that Michael won't love her any more. Jenna's parents Stephen and Anna (Tom Wilkinson and Blythe Danner) thrill at the news, even though their own marriage isn't going too well.

The fact that Michael doesn't want to get married strains the relationship - he even turns to stone at the mention of it - especially when he looks around and sees that his best mates are either having marital problems or are fanatically trying to wrestle clear of it. Chris (Casey Affleck) constantly argues with his wife and has to contend with a constantly screaming baby, he's had enough of marriage and ponders getting a divorce.

Izzy (Michael Weston) has just been dumped by his girlfriend and wants to travel to South America on a motorcycle. And Kenny (Eric Christian Olsen) bartends for a living and has sex for fun, and positively cringes at the slightest sign of commitment. Everything comes to ahead when the guys attend a wedding of a friend and the poor Michael's downfall is suddenly set in motion.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Snookus on 1 Aug 2009
Format: DVD
I felt the need to post a review for this film. First things first . . . this film is not a rom-com. It is a very honest study about of the nature of relationships, temptation and life in general. As long as you know this before you watch it, you will be greatly rewarded. For this is a hidden gem of a film, marketed at completely the wrong audience, but which deserves enormous praise. The acting, story and cinematography are all amazing. It's not often I can say that about a film. I highly recommend it! But as I said already, it is not a rom-com!! It is a serious drama that will leave you thinking about previous relationships or even one that you may already be in. If you watch this (and you should) be prepared for some awkward conversations with your partner if you are going through a rough patch. A superb film!!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Esty Edwards on 2 Feb 2007
Format: DVD
Despite appreciating Braff's other efforts (Garden State and Scrubs)I had put off watching this after reading loads of reviews which concluded that this film was about a bunch of spoilt middle class Americans wearing their 'woe is me' too firmly on their sleeve and then learn to be better people. That kind of stuff makes me want to retch a little. However 'The Last Kiss' just kept popping up on my rental recommendations (proof I've bought too many Scrubs boxsets...)so I caved in. And you know what? It's actually carefully considered and well worth a look. Even the characters I should have found irritating had sides to them which didn't make me want to pan their heads in. And Braff's bit on the side is not nasty, she's just young, naive and flattered.

I like films that appreciate that the world is not made up of goodies and baddies but a whole spectrum in between. Well worth a look.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. A. Funnell on 31 Dec 2007
Format: DVD
I did that bad thing where you buy a random DVD without having seen it before, in the hope that you may have discovered a diamond in the rough. I like Zach Braff from Scrubs, and from the trailers the soundtrack was enough to tempt me (Snow Patrol, Coldplay).
It started nicely enough, with some realistic situations, believeable characters and storylines, and it was refreshing to see Hollywood portraying some of real life, that just sometimes relationships aren't perfect. I didn't really feel much comaradarie between the group of friends and maybe that wasn't built upon enough, so I felt that possibly in times of need I didn't believe they'd be there for one another unreservedly. The relationship between Zach Braff and Jacinda Barrett was beliveable enough, and that's a good part to the film. Maybe I have been brainwashed by saccharine-esque Hollywood films, however for me this didn't feel like a comedy, as the energetic initial storyline petered out into a (though totally plausible) bad situation which left you feeling a bit down and not where you thought it was going. Don't get me wrong, I know life is more like this than anything else, however not sure the film carried it off to keep me interested. I wanted to like this a lot, and I do, just the first half.
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