Last Vegas


Last Vegas

Critics Consensus

The cast of Last Vegas keep things amiably watchable, but the film is mostly a mellower Hangover retread for the older set.



Total Count: 146


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User Ratings: 53,981
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The ensemble comedy follows four old friends who decide to throw a Las Vegas bachelor party for the only one of them who has remained single. LAST VEGAS is being produced by Laurence Mark (Julie & Julia, Dreamgirls) and Amy Baer. Nathan Kahane and Lawrence Grey are serving as executive producers. Good Universe's Matt Leonetti is co-producing.

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Roger Bart
as Maurice
April Billingsley
as Maid of Honor
Stephen Scott Scarpulla
as Danny the Greaser
Andrea Moore
as Bachelorette
Noah Harden
as Young Billy
R.J. Fattori
as Young Paddy
Aaron Bantum
as Young Archie
Phillip Wampler
as Young Sam
Olivia Stuck
as Young Sophie
Karen Ceesay
as Ezra's Wife
Lisa Young Robinson
as Blackjack Dealer
Edward Edwards
as Floor Manager
Ray Abruzzo
as Pit Boss
Elliott Street
as Chapel Officiant
Weronika Rosati
as Hot Waitress
50 Cent
as Himself
as Himself
David Ekott
as Blackhawk
Andrew Furr
as Shufflebot
Savannah Leigh Bergeron
as Cher Impersonator
Janay Oakland
as Madison #1
Diana Boyle
as Madison #2
Kelly O'Neal
as Maurice's Wife
Garrett Hines
as Dean's Friend
Jena Sims
as Dean's Girl
Nicci Faires
as Brunette in Pool
Autumn Dial
as Blonde in Pool
Polly Craig
as Aqua Aerobics Instructor
Dane Davenport
as Bartender
Maria Malcom
as Party Guest
Natalia Harris
as Prize Wheel Girl
Murray Nicholson
as Coughing Man
Louis Fox
as Man at Funeral
Mimi Gould
as Woman at Funeral
Dan Hewitt Owens
as Security Guard
Matt Bauer
as ARIA Bellman
Doug Kaye
as Lounge Complainer
Michael D. Cohen
as Airport Taxi Guy
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Critic Reviews for Last Vegas

All Critics (146) | Top Critics (35) | Fresh (67) | Rotten (79)

  • The one ray of sunshine: surely anything with the word "Last" in the title is incapable of spawning a sequel?

    Jan 3, 2014 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…
  • As on-screen noses are wrinkled at the one bikini-clad partygoer approaching the leads' advanced years, one starts to feel the toes curl, or possibly empathetic rigor mortis setting in.

    Jan 2, 2014 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

    Mike McCahill

    Top Critic
  • A lost weekend that's unlikely to linger long in the memory.

    Jan 2, 2014 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…
  • It's a celebration of something the movies never celebrate anymore: being old.

    Dec 10, 2013 | Full Review…
  • The film, directed by Jon Turteltaub, has an easy but mediocre charm.

    Nov 11, 2013 | Full Review…
  • Last Vegas is a good-natured bimbo of a movie, it'll do just about anything to please you, though luckily that includes delivering the 20 big laughs you feel you're owed (unlike The Hangovers), and gently jerking a tear or two.

    Nov 4, 2013 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Last Vegas

  • Aug 20, 2015
    When you take the plots of two successful movie franchises, and blend them into one, often the results are mixed, but this time, thanks to an all-star cast, The Hangover meets Grumpy Old Men in Last Vegas, and the results are hilarious. Billy (Michael Douglas) is 70 years old and about to marry a college student. While he seems content with his new life, he desires one last vacation with his three best friends from the old neighborhood. Reluctantly putting aside old quarrels, the men meet in Las Vegas for Billy's bachelor party, and once things get going, these guys prove that they are anything but over the hill. It's hard to go wrong with a cast of Academy Award winners that have literally hundreds of films under their belts, but a film like Last Vegas really does come down to the writing. If it's not hilarious, in the eyes of the audience, the cast will seem as over the hill as their characters. Thankfully, that wasn't the case, as simply the chemistry between these guys leads to some hilarious moments, that I'd be willing to bet were completely unscripted. Each actor brings their own unique style and brand of humor to the part and when they finally come together in Las Vegas, this film takes off. It isn't an exaggeration to say that this is one of the funniest films I've seen all year. Just the guys reaction to the things associated with modern day Las Vegas, like the technology, thugs, rap music, and strippers is absolutely priceless. The ancient cast and a PG-13 rating turned a lot of people off to this film, but the cast is a complete throw back trapped in a modern party town, leading to some epic scenes. Last Vegas is an absolute comedy gem, that somehow fell under most peoples radars, but it is every bit as good as the Hangover was, and maybe even more so, thanks to the experience of the cast and their tremendous chemistry.
    Todd S Super Reviewer
  • Mar 14, 2014
    What happens in pretty formulaic and predictable. Starring Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Kline, Last Vegas has an all-star cast. When Billy Gherson gets engaged to a woman half his age, he calls on his closest friends go on a weekend bachelor party trip to Las Vegas; where they attempt to prove that they still got it. All the Vegas antics are pretty stereotypical, with the only twist being that it's a bunch of 60-year-olds doing these things. Still, there's some heart to the story and a positive message about friendship. Last Vegas tries to have some fun and deliver a few laughs, and at that it succeeds.
    Dann M Super Reviewer
  • Feb 17, 2014
    You would think a film like this, that rips off of almost every Hollywood comedy for it's story, (mainly "The Hangover") that it would be very dry and forgettable, but it has many heartfelt moments that surprised me, and a group of old guys saying they are "too old for any of this stuff anymore" and "we need to appreciate life more" seems too much, but it's not. I really enjoyed watching "Last Vegas." It's not the greatest film in the world and I may be tired of seeing these actors over and over again, but they do the best with what they are given, and it is a pretty funny turnout. It's written well enough as far as comedies go, and the performances are great of course, making it a fun ride. "Last Vegas" would be a good recommendation if you are drinking with a bunch of people and want to throw a movie on.
    KJ P Super Reviewer
  • Feb 03, 2014
    *** Whenever someone would ask me about this movie(even though I hadn't seen it) I would describe it as "Hangover with old people". That isn't exactly wrong, but it's not right at all. What should be a stupid geriatric comedy with lots of Viagra jokes is actually a very funny, touching comedy. The stars really make this movie better than what it should have been. The premise is simple. 4 old friends(as in been friends for 60 years) reunite in Vegas for a bachelor party/wedding weekend. The friends are played by Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Kline. These 4 are just awesome, even in their old age. They also have great chemistry. You can really believe that they have been friends all these years. The movie is sometimes silly and has the typical drama, but it works. It really does. Kind of like how I expected "Grudge Match" to be awful, this really goes above expectations. Good flick that I'm sure people of all ages(especially the older crowd) will enjoy. On a side note, I watched this using a new service called M-GO, and I gotta say it worked great! If you haven't tried it out(it's on roku's), give it a shot, gets the Everett seal of approval.
    Everett J Super Reviewer

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