The Last Movie Reviews

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Robert Murphy
Time Out
June 24, 2006
Dazzling, chaotic, indulgent.
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Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times
August 26, 2014
Dennis Hopper's The Last Movie is a wasteland of cinematic wreckage.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/4
Alan Jones
Radio Times
August 26, 2014
One of the all-time classics of pretentiously incomprehensible cinema.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
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Stefan Kanfer
TIME Magazine
August 26, 2014
That sound you hear is of checkbooks closing all over Hollywood.
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Variety Staff
Variety
March 26, 2009
Film suffers from a multiplicity of themes, ideas and its fragmented style with flash-forwards intertwined.
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Vincent Canby
New York Times
May 9, 2005
My mind had a good deal of trouble tolerating the inflated pretensions of Hopper, who, it's now apparent, is gifted with all of the insights of a weekend mystic who drives to and from his retreat in a Jaguar.

Film4
May 24, 2003
There is a bunder of ideas present, but the film is a mess.

TV Guide's Movie Guide
August 26, 2014
Take a look at the cast list and you'll see that Hopper called in many of his pals to do cameos, but all that talent couldn't help.
Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/4
Leo Goldsmith
Not Coming to a Theater Near You
July 6, 2010
An astute and rather nasty allegory of Hollywood's cultural imperialism that seemingly could only have come from one of Tinseltown's very own longtime residents.
Fernando F. Croce
CinePassion
February 14, 2010
The implosion of film is Hopper's topic and style, he risks pretension and reaps wonders
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Jonathan Rosenbaum
Chicago Reader
January 1, 2000
No other studio-released film of the period is quite so formally audacious.
Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews
November 13, 2006
The allegory attempted was so bizarre and unlike any Hollywood venture, that it's worth checking out for all the potential it had but never realized.
Full Review | Original Score: B
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J. Hoberman
Village Voice
August 15, 2006
One of the craziest (and druggiest) movies ever made, it's also blatantly self-deconstructing and meta to the max, albeit produced years before those terms became commonplace.
Emanuel Levy
EmanuelLevy.Com
July 4, 2005
| Original Score: 3/5
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