The Last Minute (2003)
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Critic Reviews for The Last Minute
It's as forgettable as it is pretentious, essentially leftover scraps from the cinematic table of Guy Ritchie and a raft of video directors.
A mess of stylistic busywork, pushy techno scoring, and unappealing characters doing things we couldn't care less about.
The story is so vapid we end up feeling like we've been had.
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Audience Reviews for The Last Minute
THE LAST MINUTE is a bizarre, almost surreal film and a highly stylized look at the crazy nature of fame and the consequences when one falls from the public's grace. All in all, delivers on style, but comes up short on substance.
Yet another unsung Jason Isaacs performance. You'll either love or hate The Last Minute. It kind of gives you a headache due to all the quick camera movements and techno music throughout the film. It's about an up and coming superstar that falls into the temptations of the night life in London. It's very powerful and disturbing to see little kids shooting up, smoking powder and killing each other. I knew I would love or hate this movie by the ending, which delivered a very powerful, yet sad package.
This can be compared to Fight Club in its depth and thought provocation. Another must see film; each time I watch it, I find something new.
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