Last Holiday (2006)
Critic Consensus: Although Queen Latifah's bountiful life-affirming spirit permeates the film, director Wayne Wang is unable to revive this remake with any real flair.
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as Georgia Byrd
as Matthew Kragen
as Senator Dillings
as Ms. Burns
as Chef Didier
as Sean Matthews
as Dr. Gupta
as Congressman Stewart
as HMO Administrator
as Emeril Lagasse
as Lady Moocher
as Dr. Thompson
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Critic Reviews for Last Holiday
Here at least, Latifah has only two modes: heavily constipated and sass-tastic.
It's not exactly distinguished, but pleasantly warm-hearted, and the sort of thing you might enjoy on afternoon TV when laid up with the flu.
The most surprisingly satisfying Hollywood comedy in ages.
It may not be much -- it's a remake of a 1950 Alec Guinness film -- but it is as bright as a Christmas bauble.
In its corny, cartoonish way, it even suggests a generosity of spirit that's faithful to the 1950 original.
Audience Reviews for Last Holiday
When Georgia finds out she has weeks to live, she throws caution to the wind and lives it up. This story has been told before, but it's OK to watch it again.
Super Funny!!!!!!!!!!!! Queen Latifah is indeed the queen!
A really great film! Very funny! A must see!
Last Holiday Quotes
|Georgia Byrd:||I didn't come here to make an impression on anybody, I just came here to blow every last cent I had.|
|Chef Didier:||The start is not nearly as important as the finish.|
|Ms. Burns:||Who was it who said 'Adversity is the stone on which I sharpen my blade?|
|Georgia Byrd:||Tanya, ain't no such thing as a black country-western singer.|