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  • Summary: Tony Goldwyn's remake of Gabriele Muccino's 2001 comedy drama (L'Ultimo Bacio) focuses on a group of 30 year-olds struggle to adapt to adulthood.
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  1. Positive: 16 out of 27
  2. Negative: 1 out of 27
  1. The film marks Braff as a talent to watch, blessed with the sort of natural, everyman appeal that audiences eat up.
  2. 75
    Haggis' dialogue is virtually without clunkers, and it is delivered with the appropriate weight by a solid cast. Braff's limp performance is countered by Barrett's emotional riveting one (although he's in more scenes than she is).
  3. Reviewed by: Jessica Reaves
    75
    A smart, witty, sexy take on the perils of becoming an adult.
  4. 63
    Veterans Danner and Wilkinson effortlessly make Anna and Stephen more interesting than all the youngsters combined.
  5. 60
    The Last Kiss is more a capable-craftsman film than a work of genuine dramatic insight, but here and there it opens a window onto the terror and wonder of grown-up life, one its characters don't especially want to look through.
  6. 50
    If I were a member of Generation X, I would be fed up with Hollywood's obsession with the idea that its men are genetically incapable of growing up.
  7. 16
    Unfortunately, nothing about Tony Goldwyn's vapid, navel-gazing, claustrophobic adaptation of a 2001 Italian film rings remotely true.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 14 out of 23
  2. Negative: 8 out of 23
  1. AlessandraS
    Oct 7, 2006
    10
    Wow...whats up with all the mediocre comments? I absolutely loved The Last Kiss. Nothing felt forced, the entire story just kind of rolled Wow...whats up with all the mediocre comments? I absolutely loved The Last Kiss. Nothing felt forced, the entire story just kind of rolled without the typical clichés, and predictable scenes. I found myself laughing throughout most of the movie. Even some of the serious moments turned out to be hilarious. Moving and touching. A must see. Expand
  2. PaulB.
    Sep 13, 2006
    10
    The smartest film i've seen all year. The voice of our generation carried out by some of the best vessels in Hollywood. Each actor is The smartest film i've seen all year. The voice of our generation carried out by some of the best vessels in Hollywood. Each actor is prefectly cast. I will bring the rest of my friends on Friday night. Expand
  3. HamishR.
    Sep 16, 2006
    9
    I love the ensemble feel of this movie. It's honest and moving. A film for our generation, but I'd bring my parents! I loved it!
  4. JohnW.
    Sep 17, 2006
    7
    Decent film of the chick-flick variety. A story of infidelity with a new angle.
  5. BillyS.
    Sep 22, 2006
    6
    No, it's not Garden State. It wasn't directed by Zak Braff, It wasn't written by Zak Braff, it stars Zak Braff and that's No, it's not Garden State. It wasn't directed by Zak Braff, It wasn't written by Zak Braff, it stars Zak Braff and that's it. It is, in fact, a remake of an Italian comedy that was a quick paced ensemble piece that emphasized the comedy about four friends on the brink of 30 and becoming "grown ups". In this Americanized version, the pace is slowed down considerably and the emphasis is on the angst instead of the laughs. Its not Garden State, but it's an o.k. remake of a much better original. So what else is new in Hollywood? Expand
  6. ReidF.
    Jan 28, 2007
    3
    This is another movie in the ever-growing genre of films about unpleasant people doing stupid things. Are we really supposed to care about This is another movie in the ever-growing genre of films about unpleasant people doing stupid things. Are we really supposed to care about anyone in this movie? Expand
  7. JoeG.
    Sep 24, 2006
    0
    What pretentious garbage. Sorry, not interested in self-pity, or a pathetic mid-life crisis from someone who's barely 30. "No more What pretentious garbage. Sorry, not interested in self-pity, or a pathetic mid-life crisis from someone who's barely 30. "No more surprises"? Poor boy, he wants to shag other women, preferably younger hot looking girls. And his own woman is conveniently an empty husk of a person, which makes it all easier. This would've been tolerable if the acting rose above the standards of WB teen drama. Danner is good, but she can't carry the picture by herself, not with these leads. Expand

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