Last Kiss, The (2006)

We all make choices. What's yours?

Original Title : The Last Kiss
Director : Tony Goldwyn
Writer : Paul Haggis
Gabriele Muccino
Genre : Comedy
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Andre Lamal , Gary Lucchesi , Terry McKay , Gabriele Muccino , Guendalina Ponti , Eric Reid , Tom Rosenberg , Harley Tannenbaum , Marcus Viscidi
Music : Michael Penn
Photography : Tom Stern
Distributor : DreamWorks Distribution
MPAA Rating : Rated R for sexuality, nudity and language.
IMDB ID : 0434139
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Zach Braff Michael
Jacinda Barrett Jenna
Casey Affleck Chris
Rachel Bilson Kim
Michael Weston Izzy
Eric Christian Olsen Kenny
Marley Shelton Arianna
Lauren Lee Smith Lisa
Harold Ramis Professor Bowler
Blythe Danner Anna
Tom Wilkinson Stephen
David Jones Mark (as David Haydyn-Jones
Cindy Sampson Danielle
Lisa MacKay Stripper
Patricia Stasiak Stripper
Mark Walker Mark's Father
Erika Rosenbaum Eva
Alexis Legault Matty
Olivier Legault Matty
Simon Alain Arianna's Lover
Ian Finlay Architect Partner
Barry Julien Young Architect
Alexandra Ruddy Kim's Friend
Mariah Inger Secretary
Monique Phillips Female Patient
Danny Blanco Bartender (as Danny Blanco Hall
Andrew Shaver Camper Salesman
Danny Wells Izzy's Uncle
Gouchy Boy Michael's Neighbor
Bill Corday Gardener (uncredited
Danette Mackay Mark's Mother (uncredited


Anxieties threaten the future of a domesticated couple.


Is that the Last kiss? Is that it?, 11 September 2006 Author: Jamester from Canada I saw this at the Toronto International Film Festival to a packed house!And what a showing it was!When I stepped in to watch this, I had no idea where the movie would go, nor if it would be remotely interesting. But it quickly started to make sense. An outdoor wedding by the lake, guys talking guy stuff, and cute girls chatting and flirting from the other table, and soon you know it',s going to be about guy/girl relationships. And so the plot evolves.And while it',s not an entirely unique story-line, there are unique things about it. The characters are distinct. The main cast of 4 guys all get enough screen time and have their own ',problems', that can easily interweave that the story could really jump from one character to the next. That',s a good thing. A relatively predictable story then becomes slightly less so.If you',re looking for a moderate movie -- nothing too serious, but then nothing too fluffy -- something that you can watch, maybe chuckle a few times, or maybe something that might get you to think more deeply about relationship (and in particular if you',re considering getting into a long-term relationship, or if you',re not sure a long-term relationship you',re in), then this would be just the ticket. You get into the minds of the characters, and there are quite a few that you can get to know, which lets you empathize with them. Some questions that I pondered watching this: is avoidance an option in life? Is truth always the best policy?Anyways, women will find this to be an enjoyable watch, as there are a few distinct women',s points of view that come forth through this which seemed quite honest.Anyways. Strong acting. A few giddy moments, but fun overall. The result was a story that moved along nicely.
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