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  • Summary: A sequel to the 1993 film "Last Party," this documentary follows Philip Seymour Hoffman as a concerned citizen on an uncensored journey of the state of democracy in America. (Film Movement)
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 11
  2. Negative: 4 out of 11
  1. 80
    Both Democrats and Republicans take it on the chin here, although the left-leaning bias is obvious.
  2. Reviewed by: Kevin Crust
    70
    Highly entertaining and thought-provoking, but also frustrating -- which, ultimately, might be the point.
  3. 60
    The sequence in which the crew acquires press credentials to the Republican National Convention by helping organizers desperate to book a rock band (they deliver Leitch's scruffy pals the Interpreters USSA) is priceless.
  4. Reviewed by: Frank Scheck
    50
    A scattershot exercise whose points of interest are surrounded by too much that is trivial. Still, the film earns points for its examination of politics and the political process.
  5. 40
    The Last Party's scattershot approach doesn't linger on any single topic long enough to make a convincing case for any side.
  6. 30
    Hoffman has no particular argument to make, and neither does the movie -- just befuddled disgust with The System in general and the right wing in particular.
  7. 20
    Those seeking anything resembling a real discussion of the issues had best seek elsewhere.

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