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I started The Last Laugh with the anticipation of laughing throughout, but the laughs only came in spurts. At least I got to laugh from time to time, though.
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It's a solid hart warming film that is funny while also making you sad.
Worth watching if you enjoy nostalgic films or are over 60 and are losing friends. Sad yet poignant.
Its certainly not funny. Barely watchable.
Formulaic and tired, The Last Laughs has few but also has spurts of randomly good camerawork.
Typical contrived, formulaic, uninspired script matched by a typically contrived, formulaic, uninspired Chevy Chase. Saved in small measure by a sly performance by Richard Dreyfuss. Poor Andie McDowell is dragged in to fill the third-wheel love interest role that's right out of the Buddy Road Trip Movie 101 textbook.
Drug/mushroom advocate movie.
first time i saw this movie i thought that i could guess the ending, but i saw it for a second time and i liked more and more, cause is not a typical movie that ends in tragedy, ends with funny stories about the characters. is positive and funny history.
This is excellently written, directed and acted. There are layers of meaning that i have not seen even one single reviewer understand. Hint, why is Chevy Chase barefoot in the final scene.... great job by terrific cast
Nit groundbreaking but fun.