Last Kiss (2006)
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From the Writer of Million Dollar Baby and Co-Writer of Crash.
|Anxieties threaten the future of a domesticated couple.|
"...[Haggis] has turned the Italian romantic comedy "L'Ultimo Bacio" (2001) into something smarter, funnier, and more penetrating. J.R. Jones, Chicago Reader
"...engages and pleases with its shaggy earnestness. Shawn Levy, Portland Oregonian
"When it comes to exploring our peculiar blindness as to what's important in our lives, the film is a disturbing but accurate road map. Connie Ogle, Miami Herald
"...with solid direction, tight writing and strong performances...[The Last Kiss is] an unusually perceptive dramedy about contemporary relationships... Michael Rechtshaffen, The Hollywood Reporter
Editor's NoteBased on the Italian film L'ULTIMO BACIO and directed by Tony Goldwyn (A WALK ON THE MOON), THE LAST KISS is a film about growing pains and choices. Nearing his 30th birthday, marriage-phobic Michael (Zach Braff) loves his live-in girlfriend Jenna (Jacinda Barrett), but worries that there are no surprises left in his life. Enter Kim (Rachel Bilson), a vibrant college student Michael meets at a wedding. Soon, he finds himself treading in dangerous territory; he loves Jenna, but is intrigued by Kim and attracted to both her and to the possibilities that a new relationship offers. With Kim, Michael not only feels 10 years younger, but also as if anything is possible. Now, he has to decide if pursuing Kim is worth the risk of losing Jenna, and if the life he has planned with Jenna is in fact the life he really wants.Michael, meanwhile, is not the only one experiencing growing pains; his friends have their own relationship issues. Izzy (Michael Weston) is battling heartbreak after being dumped by his longtime girlfriend. Chris (Casey Affleck) and his wife already have a rocky relationship, and are feeling the stress of having their first baby. Kenny (Eric Christian Olsen) is the only one without relationship issues--but that's only because he is determined to remain a single ladies' man. Then there are Jenna's parents, Anna (Blythe Danner) and Stephen (Tom Wilkinson), who are facing their own issues after 30 years of marriage. THE LAST KISS looks at relationships from all angles, and shies away from finger-pointing and laying blame. Instead, it acknowledges that the world is full of temptation, and that growing up is serious business. Braff does a nice job of conveying Michael's confusion without asking for sympathy.
The Last Kiss (2006)
By: Sean O'Connell filmcritic.com DVD Reviews
Published on: 12/15/2006 8:42 PM
|The catchy pop ballads found on the soundtrack for Tony Goldwyn's The Last Kiss will break your heart in two. The movie these songs support only wishes it could make such a claim....read the full review|
The Last Kiss
By: Rafe Telsch Cinema Blend DVD Reviews
Published on: 12/27/2006 10:14 AM
|Frequently we go to the movies to escape the problems of the real world, but neither Haggis's script nor Goldwyn's direction aid in any sort of escapism. This is close to reality, placed on the screen as a window into these peoples' lives. It's not always funny and it's not always pretty, but it's real. If you, yourself are going through relationship crises, this is not the happy-go-lucky romantic comedy that's going to help you feel better or find any solutions. Life is tough and love is hard, and so is The Last Kiss...read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Eric Christian Olsen|
|Gabriele Muccino - Based On Screenplay By|
|Lisa Zeno Churgin - Editor|
|Michael Penn - Original Music By|
|Paul Haggis - Screenplay|
|Terry McKay - Executive Producer|
|Tom Rosenberg - Producer|
|Tom Stern - Cinematographer|
|Tony Goldwyn - Director|
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