The Last Time

2007

The Last Time

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35%

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39%

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A cynical New York salesman (Michael Keaton) finds his scornful ways unexpectedly softened upon falling for the fiancée of his new business partner (Brendan Fraser), a Midwest transplant attempting to find his footing in the city, in screenwriter-turned-director Michael Caleo's feature directorial debut. The Bindview Company is a firm comfortably nestled in a corporate park that specializes in a highly profitable product. Ted (Keaton) is a former Northwestern University literature professor who has since found his calling in sales. When fresh-faced Ohio native Jamie (Fraser) arrives at Bindview eager to acclimate to life in the big city, cynical Ted greets the cub salesman with a palpable sense of scorn. Though Jamie is currently engaged to be married to the pretty Belisa (Amber Valletta), the bride-to-be is beginning to view her prospective spouse as something of a loser, and soon sets her sights on his reluctant mentor Ted.

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Cast

Michael Keaton
as Ted Riker
Daniel Stern
as John Whitman
Brendan Fraser
as Jamie Bashant
Mike Hagerty
as Breckenridge
Michael Lerner
as Artie Leguzza
Richard Kuhlman
as Arthur Crosby
Alexis Cruz
as Alvarez
Dave Jensen
as J.D. Wathowitz
James C. Burns
as Gamblin Pete
Jack Galle
as Man No. 4
Gary Grubbs
as Toby Margolin
Thomas Crawford
as Sales Guru
Toni Wynne
as Coffee Girl
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  • Jul 17, 2009
    This is an...odd movie to say the least. Didn't exactly expect certain plot devices. You got the sweet innocent good boy (Brendan) new to a company all full of exuberance and idealism. You got the old hand (Michael) who just right from the start is designed to make you not like him. He is abrasive and just a real piece of work but he is the tops sales person and why people put up with him. Michael takes Brendan under his wing to teach him how to be a better salesmen and it's not bad enough that Brendan is failing but then Michael starts sleeping with his wife. During the affair Michael starts to soften and become human as Brendan starts spiraling down hill. The twist at the end wasn't exactly expected but then again I wasn't paying the most attention. It was a hard movie to watch due to the way the characters are played. Not exactly missing much if you chose to skip this movie.
    Aurelius D Super Reviewer
  • Feb 21, 2009
    Tries to be clever at the end but it only serves to make it look more stupid.
    Marcus W Super Reviewer
  • Jul 31, 2008
    This was a good adult situations movie. Showing severe consequences when dealing with relationships and crossing lines. The ending was surprising but ended very weakly...See this for the experience...
    Fascade F Super Reviewer
  • Feb 06, 2008
    This was a good movie, I really didn't see the twist coming at all. The cast were all great and it was nice to see Brendon Fraser out of his lame action rut.
    Nicki M Super Reviewer

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