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7.0

Generally favorable reviews- based on 107 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 84 out of 107
  2. Negative: 9 out of 107
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  1. Nov 20, 2013
    0
    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.
  2. Mar 16, 2014
    3
    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.
  3. Nov 29, 2014
    2
    Commercial film making at its lazy worst starring 4 has been leads who seem to have undertaken the enterprise purely to have a paid holiday. In truth they are probably having a lot more fun than any discerning audience member ever could from this farrago. Morgan Freeman should have known better. Robert De Niro has just become a pathetic joke in the roles that he now plays. B actor KevinCommercial film making at its lazy worst starring 4 has been leads who seem to have undertaken the enterprise purely to have a paid holiday. In truth they are probably having a lot more fun than any discerning audience member ever could from this farrago. Morgan Freeman should have known better. Robert De Niro has just become a pathetic joke in the roles that he now plays. B actor Kevin Kline has ambitions to be included in the A list of actors, but instead finds himself in an E rated film, and Michael Douglas, after his brilliant turn as Liberace, sinks to his usual underwhelming level. Pity poor Mary Steenburgen saddled with a totally unconvincing role as a singer who can just drop everything to go aimlessly wandering around with this sad quartet.
    The lame screenplay is embarrassingly unfunny and has a centre so soft that the whole thing can best be described as mush. It also has a rehearsed feel to it and even if it was funny is played in too knowing a manner signposting jokes and situations in neon scenes in advance.. The end result comes over like an old age pensioner's wish fulfilment fantasy and the whole dismal enterprise reeks of male chauvinistic fantasy. A predictably appalling waste of money in both concept and execution.
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  4. Jan 30, 2014
    0
    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 lustingThis 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
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48

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
    60
    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
    60
    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
    50
    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.