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The Last Run [DVD]

Fred Savage , Amy Adams , Jonathan Segal    Suitable for 18 years and over   DVD

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Netherlands released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Dutch ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.85:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Fred Savage (TV's The Wonder Years) stars in director Jonathan Segal's wild sex comedy The Last Run (2004). When genial and sweet-natured Steven Goodson (Savage) gets derisively dumped by his stellar girlfriend, his good buddy (Steven Pasquale) -- who is unhappily engaged to a blue-blooded girl (Amy Adams) -- advises him to deal with the loss by sleeping with as many women as he can possibly find, thus driving his ex out of his system. Soon, Steven reinvents himself as an ladies' man; yet his one chance for full-blown redemption may yet rest in the heart of a sweet-natured schoolmarm who isn't eager to rush things. ...The Last Run

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fred Gets Savage! 21 April 2011
By Dv Deez - Published on
This reminded me of growing up in Las Vegas. The Last Run is a really good movie for any guy who loves a good story with lots of T & A. The montage of Fred getting ripped up and trying to F anything that walks is classic. "I quit my job but have been working out. Check out my arm its like a F'n pipe bomb!" This movie flys by and it rocks. See Fred at his finest in this little indie. If it had the budget for better music it would have been a Cult Classic so I just suggest owning it. My scale is dd Don't Doit, WW Worth Watching, MM Mustc Movie and CC Cult Classic. This is a definite MM but as I stated with better music it would be vaulted to CC status. All real big city men need to watch this flick. The wonder years to a David Duchovny sex maniac.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars It Is Awful 11 Aug 2010
By Only-A-Child - Published on
Rebecca: This is so bad it's almost good.

Enid: This is so bad it's gone past good and back to bad again.

If the Mitchell Brothers were looking for a sure-fire tax loss they might have cranked out a movie like "The Last Run" (2004). They would have taken perverse amusement from plugging a has-been child-star into a grind-house level comedy. Fred Savage was always more narrator than actor and the movie's voiceover commentary probably seemed like a good fit.

Unfortunately the script is moronic even by Mitchell Brothers standards and there are no likely "Ivory Snow" mothers in the cast; the women in this movie look like aging escort service girls lured out of a local AA meeting or bowling alley. You know these marginal actresses are high mileage because the script calls for the male characters to incessantly discuss how young and beautiful they are.

It does have a pre-"Enchanted" (and then unknown) Amy Adams in the cast. You mostly know this because she gets top billing on the 2007 promotional poster and DVD package (a marketing thing); although she is only in about 10% of the footage, and even then as secondary player in the scenes. During her brief appearances she is responsible for the films only funny moments; not because of what she says but because of the way she says it. She has enough natural comedic talent to make something out of nothing even in a crash-and-burn turkey like "The Last Run". Unless you absolutely have to see everything Adams has appeared in, there is no reason to seek out this DVD.

Then again, what do I know? I'm only a child.
2.0 out of 5 stars Sorry I bought it. 29 Nov 2012
By Gilbert Perez - Published on
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I expected more of Amy Adams in it.
Mr Savage carries his Wonder Years label still and is not a hot enough guy for this role.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not for everyone but recommended 29 Nov 2007
By Yong W. Kang - Published on
not a film for everyone that's for sure. description of who would enjoy this film: male, 18-30ish. def. an interesting film on an addiction. check it out
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A desperate run... 20 May 2009
By D. Roberts - Published on
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Fred Savage, the child actor from The Wonder Years is now all grown up. Like so many child actors, he needs a way to shed his goodie-two-shoes image that he acquired as a kid actor. Enter THE LAST RUN.

Fred plays a young man who is on top of the world early in the film. He is head-over-heels in love with the girl of his dreams (Amy Adams). Just one problem: his girlfriend is a "high roller" and a player, and she's already phasing him out of her life as soon as the opening credits are over. Uh oh! {As a sidenote, I don't know if Amy Adams could fill the bill as every man's fantasy, but she SURE does equal what I'd call a dreamgirl!}

The inevitable break-up sends the poor guy into a tailspin. Actually, that's an understatement. Losing her TOTALLY wrecks his life. (On a biographical note, I can certainly relate to this!). The combination of getting dumped by the woman he wanted to someday marry + some very bad advice from his best friend leads to a perfect storm of bad decisions.

His friend tells him to rebound by going on a string of meaningless one-night-stands. He follows these instructions, but they end up costing him just about everything - both financially as well as emotionally.

He starts spending thousands on high-priced escort girls & strippers. It ends up costing him his job as he simply can't function anymore. He gets to the point where he is addicted to having sex, and he actually ends up using sex as a sort of weapon against women. No, that's not to say he becomes a rapist. Rather, it's the domination (i.e.: being in control of the situation) that becomes the end-all for him.

While the basic plot outline of this film sounds like material for a Romantic comedy, this is not a film that I would categorize as an RC movie. To be sure, there are a few funny parts (including a hilarious allusion to The Terminator), but the overall timbre of the movie is surprisingly dark.

If you're looking for a drama with a few humorous lines and a pretty good amount of gratuitous nudity, then this is a film worth checking out. If you're gunning for a straight RC, I'd advise that you look elsewhere. This is NOT what I'd call a "date movie!"
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