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  1. Nov 3, 2013
    “Last Vegas” stars Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline in what can best be described as a senior citizen’s “Hangover” where, as in that film, lifelong friends also experience a bachelor party in Vegas. That, however, is where the likeness ends for “lifelong” in this film means men who have been friends for over 60 years and have gone through many of life’s trials and tribulations together. This movie is geared for and will be enjoyed most by older movie goers who can identify with Cholesterol and PSA numbers versus baseball statistics and who can understand that phone calls from friends you haven’t heard from in many years don' always bring happy news. Well directed by Jon Turteltaub with a screenplay by Dan Fogelman, Messrs. Douglas, De Niro, Freeman and Kline get a chance to display their comedic and dramatic talents while ably abetted by a sparkling and charming Mary Steenburgen, all while in the venue of Las Vegas and, more specifically, Binion's Hotel and the Aria Resort complex. Though the jokes may be old, they are delivered well and make for a relaxed and nice viewing experience. This is not a great film nor will it win many awards but it does give the audience an opportunity to sit back and enjoy the exploits of these senior citizens as they seek new goals, heal old wounds and cement quality relationships. I give the film a 7 and recommend it to all who believe that life doesn’t necessarily end but can, in fact, begin over 70. Expand
  2. Nov 2, 2013
    Pure fantasy for people who need to escape. This is a story of what happens when everything goes right in Vegas. It does not all have to make sense or be completely believable because it is all about having fun and solving a few issues in the process of having all that fun. That being said if you also want to have a great time in Vegas just see this movie. The real life stories usually don't end with you leaving the table with 120 grand, and you don't have to wait on your plane to arrive at the airport. Movie ticket much cheaper than real Vegas every time. Expand
  3. Nov 3, 2013
    Michael Douglas is getting married, so his 3 childhood buddies (Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Kevin Kline) travel to Vegas for the bachelor party. Those expecting the geriatric version of "The Hangover" will be disappointed…nothing remotely outrageous happens. Instead, there are basically 2 movies: Douglas & De Niro have a relationship drama, while Freeman & Kline provide the gentle humor. Almost all of the jokes rely on old age insults with lots of trite heartfelt hogwash to make it heartwarming. While it's fun to watch these stars poke fun at their age and there's energy in the filmmaking, this is a pretty tame comedy. Expand
  4. Nov 20, 2013
    Word for word, line for line, conversation for conversation the dumbest, most cliched, most boring movie of the last 5 years. Not much more can be said.
  5. Nov 8, 2013
    The most surprising thing about "Last Vegas" was that I laughed a few times and enjoyed it. You know going in that with a story about 4 old men who were childhood friends back in Brooklyn are now in Las Vegas where one of them is marrying a girl Lisa (Bre Blair) more than half his age what the jokes will be about and they are. There are the Viagra, prostate and genital jokes. There will be very busty women all over the place, a lot of leers and plenty of old men jokes. The men are in Las Vegas to throw a bachelor party for Billy (Michael Douglas) the Peter Pan of the group.

    Giving him the party are Archie (Morgan Freeman), who has recently had a stroke and is living with his son Ezra (Michael Ealy), his daughter-in-law Karen Ceesay and his granddaughter, along with widower recluse Paddy (Robert De Niro) and Sam (Kevin Kline) whose wife gave him a condom and Viagra pill when letting him off at the airport and telling him that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.

    As can only happen in a Hollywood movie, Archie wins $102,000 at blackjack and the guys are given the huge luxurious penthouse suite and a host, Lonnie (Romany Malco) who is to see to all their needs. We also meet Dean (Jerry Ferrara) a mouthy kid who has to be taught a lesson, Maurice (Roger Bart) a straight cross dresser there with his wife and an assortment of female impersonator entertainers.

    Last, and most important, we meet Diane (Mary Steenburgen) who gave up her past life to become an aging lounge singer and changes the life of two of the men, probably the only 'spoiler' that can be in a film of this genre.

    The direction by Jon Turteltaub and the screenplay by Dan Fogelman. The four stars deliver with their charisma and professionalism while Las Vegas is shown at its glittery best.

    The main reason to see this movie is to catch Morgan Freeman when he shows his dance moves which are guarenteed to put a smile on your face!
  6. Nov 1, 2013
    Taken as a dramedy for older folks, though, Last Vegas at least offers that demo enough relatable situations and moments to make for passable entertainment. We'll never know what it would it have been like to have seen the De Niro of the Deer Hunter and Raging Bull era opposite the Douglas of his China Syndrome and Wall Street years, but at least we'll always remember that sequence in Last Vegas when a guy in a thong shakes his junk in Robert De Niro's face. That's got to count for something in cinematic history, right? Expand
  7. Nov 4, 2013
    Take "The Bucket List" meets "The Hangover" and you have your surprisingly entertaining movie. While the movie is kind of stale, it's actors Michael Douglas, Robert DeNero, Kevin Kline and especially Morgan Freeman that make this movie worth the while. It has an interesting story base for old people and really just tries to give the audience a good time. And that's what makes this movie work. I give it a B-. Expand
  8. Nov 9, 2013
    The cast are frivolously hilarious, while the story itself drags on like most comedy-dramas, into a very typical cheesy friendship story. But film has its moments, extremely funny moments, mostly contributed to the Oscar quartet. It is far from the hangover, but it's more mature and more meaningful. Cheesy, but in a good way.
  9. Nov 10, 2013
    Last Vegas might look a little incompetent and stupid at first glance, but give it a chance. There are truly hilarious moments (not just in the trailer), and a deep, relatable message about friendship and loyalty that went deeper on emotional levels than I thought it would. Also, it's funny to see these classic actors make fun of themselves like this. It's not every day you see Morgan Freeman drunk-dancing! Expand
  10. Nov 3, 2013
    A movie for the ages, meaning over 50. Funny movie that keeps a smile on your face throughout and quite few burst of loud laughter. I enjoyed it very much. The young might have difficulty in relating.
  11. Nov 10, 2013
    "Last Vegas" is based on a concept done to death, but for some reason, I loved it. Kevin Kline played my favourite character in the film, and although a lot of the plot is over-the-top, I felt it worked. There are some great "lessons" in the film, and although some of the plot just works out "too perfectly", I dug it. I wish movies trying to be like "The Hangover" would copy this instead.
  12. Mar 21, 2014
    It's a funny enough movie with four great stars bringing the entertainment. I do feel like the film's more emotional moments do fall flat, and the romance is entirely predictable, but I had fun with it. There are plenty of laugh worthy moments and it does well playing off of it's star's ages. It might not be laugh-out-loud hilarious, but it's entertaining enough to be worth a rental and it won't feel like a waste of time. There's also a sweet core to it, although it does feel sort of artificial. Overall I give it a 6.8/10-Okay. Expand
  13. Feb 12, 2014
    First question... why? Why did they have to do this?
    I will try to remember these really good actors for the great movies they've done and not for this one.
    Ok it's not totally boring but it's predictable and not funny and it looks like a tons of other movies, I'll give it a 5 only because you can still see some (really short) good moments of acting.
  14. Mar 16, 2014
    Last Vegas isn't funny and carries with it some very lazy comedy. After 20 min the old jokes get old and the movie becomes boring in it's second half. The cast was a complete waste of talent.
  15. May 24, 2014
    Seeing prominent actors being reduced to a clichéd plot line makes the movie somewhat underwhelming, but it ultimately is a decent film that manages to have some funny moments.
  16. Nov 5, 2013
    This film was one of the best times I have had at the movies recently. I'm a 19 year old student filmmaker that's been studying film, analyzing it, making it, but through all of that I forgot what going to the movies is really about; having a good entertaining time. I believe movies should do several things; have a great story: this one's story was not AMAZING but the background the characters had with each other played a huge part in the film's story. A good film should have great messages; this one had some of the best messages I have seen in recent films, something that actually made me feel so much better and just all around happy; and the film should be entertaining. The jokes were laugh out loud funny (I won class clown and my father is a stand up comedian, it's not easy to make me laugh) but the humor in this movie was great. Although older audiences might get more from it, it made me so appreciative to have my whole life ahead of me, and know that I will never be too old to have a dumb good time with my buddies. The film also captured Vegas pretty well, maybe not every aspect, but enough to the point where it made you feel like you were there. I'm sick of critics only giving good scores to these long boring movies like Gravity, or Prisoners, because it's "more intelligent" or whatever. Screw that, I would take this film over films like that any day, because this is what going to the movies is about; laughs, cries, heartbreaks, in this case some awkward groaning and moaning sounds (I was the only non-grey haired person in the audience) but this film did it's job. The cast was hilarious together, I'd say this is one of the funniest films of the year, one of the funniest films about Vegas (yes, funnier than the Hangover) and a film for ALL ages. Expand
  17. Mar 18, 2014
    Recently I have seen some good movies based on a gang of old people. 'Stand Up Guys', 'Quartet', 'Song for Marion', 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' et cetera the list goes on where aged people rule. It's nice to see old guys are still capable to handle the responsibility in the entertainment business. Those movies I saw were really awesome including this movie.

    After the opening scene
    which lasted for a couple of minutes the next commencing portion of the story was very ordinary. Just like a copy and paste of todays movie theme based on young people who fancy LAs lifestyle. It was until the beginning of the last quarter of the movie. That is the segment I began to love it. The love triangle with strong emotions. In one word to describe, it was an ordinary opening, but ended in a style.

    It is hard to point out who had a greater role and who excelled their parts. In my view, all the four + one were equally performed good. The flaw was in the story which made no sense in many scenes regarding casino and their guest. Except those it was highly entertaining, especially the first half was fun and the rest were about heartbreaking love and friendship.

    It was kinda envious because someday I am gonna be an old and a similar kinda situation may occur to me. It might not be my story, but looks like those four are gonna be me and my friends someday. This movie might not be a reality, but stays closer to your heart in emotionally. It was not a great movie as well not rejectable.
  18. Jun 15, 2014
    Much anticipated, it could have been an excellent ensemble but just pays off just average and forgettable. It has a few good laughs and nice chemistry.
  19. Nov 2, 2013
    The old folks jokes get old after awhile. But the laughs supersede them and just for that, this film is worth the price of admission. Hope there is a sequel somewhere down the line.
  20. Jan 24, 2014
    I didn’t find “Last Vegas” to be absolutely horrible—far from it. The jokes may be predictable and very formulaic but Douglas, De Niro, Freeman and Kline are all terrific together and really have a chemistry that works and makes them believable in their roles as old friends. However, the story gets really corny towards the end and takes away from the little humor the film gives you at the beginning. Expand
  21. Nov 24, 2013
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. To see this movie more than once bad choice.
    If you have enough time and would like to spend it that film is good for it and that abundant.
    Dialogs logical and simple at same time. You will see some great episodes, but only a few.
    Sort of kind movies with awesome start as Douglas, De Niro, Freeman and Kline and only one minus, they are playing in a boring movie and on average, it makes an average movie with a great ending.
    Paradox is, one of the best moments in this movie you will see in the end, that isn't happy ending or etc., it is vitally ending.
    Of course everyone need to make their own decision to see or not to see this movie
    I only suggest, not to see. See it only for vitally ending is not rational.
  22. Nov 3, 2013
    Although the movie lacks many things a good comedy should be, our four musketeers make a satisfying appearance. Recommended for anyone that enjoys old fashioned comedy movies
  23. Nov 20, 2013
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Last Vegas is about a group of long-time childhood friends who meet in Vegas for a weekend because one of them is getting married. This film was great with cameos by LMFAO and 50 cent. Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Kline did a great job acting and it's hard to believe these 4 great actors have never worked with each other before and they should definatly work together again on future films. Expand
  24. Dec 5, 2013
    This is a fun movie. These guys have great chemistry. I've been describing it as your Grandparents version of The Hangover but it's a lot more than that. It's got a great message about friendship and all these actors are awesome. It's got a couple laughs but I think the target audience just isn't there and we could have done without it.
  25. Jan 30, 2014
    This movie is awful, a complete waste of talent. Douglas, DeNiro, Freeman and Kline are so much better than this puerile garbage. Totally predictable. Totally overdone plot (think of Hangover and so many other "group of buddies go to Vegas" type movies) and old jokes and scenarios. Why do they have to continually make movies that show old guys going through a mid-life crisis and lusting after young women? Us old guys are NOT all like this. Some of us a very happy with our lives and our wives. Avoid this movie like the plague. Expand
  26. Apr 6, 2014
    Wasted talents for this movie. Predictable, bored, cliche, easy jokes. The names didn´t make any difference for the development of the movie. Everything solves really easy at the end.
  27. Mar 7, 2014
    its cool rembering what you did as a child back in the day i love this movie it is funny and great . it is just like grown ups movie expect its about old people .
  28. Mar 18, 2014
    Anybody who doesn't find this movie marginally short of excellent has no sense of humour whatever their age. I feel sorry for csw12 and more so for Proteus who must be sad and boring soles. Take my advice and see this movie, it is well worth the entrance money.
  29. Jun 25, 2014
    Fantastic funny film - it's for more of an older audience, which is why it has some low reviews, as the youngsters today .... Blah blah lol. but I couldn't stop laughing - although my 22 yr old son watched it too and he was collapsed with some of the one liners. It was brilliant - really was
  30. Nov 23, 2014
    I wasn't expecting to enjoy this film because I thought I was a bit too young for it, but I was surprised. All four of the main characters were hilarious and they all worked so well off of each other. It seems like they like they know each other pretty well behind the camera. Last Vegas is just a great buddy comedy. It doesn't matter how old you are.

Mixed or average reviews - based on 34 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 12 out of 34
  2. Negative: 6 out of 34
  1. Reviewed by: Anna Smith
    Dec 30, 2013
    While it’s as tacky and obvious as Sin City itself, this comedy is watchable thanks to a lively pace and spirited turns from Kline and Steenburgen. An unabashed old-timers’ fantasy.
  2. Reviewed by: John Patterson
    Nov 3, 2013
    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. You enjoy it in spite of yourself.
  3. Reviewed by: James Berardinelli
    Nov 2, 2013
    It has the sensibilities of a late-'80s/early-'90s forgettable big-screen sit com and probably won't find many interested viewers who aren't card-carrying AARP members.