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Last Christmas is a movie starring Madison Ingoldsby, Emma Thompson, and Boris Isakovic. Kate is a young woman subscribed to bad decisions. Working as an elf in a year round Christmas store is not good for the wannabe singer....

Drama, Romance, Comedy
Paul Feig
Boris Isakovic, Emma Thompson, Madison Ingoldsby, Lucy Miller

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Product details

Genres Drama, Romance, Comedy
Director Paul Feig
Writer Bryony Kimmings, Greg Wise, George Michael, Emma Thompson, Emma Thompson
Stars Boris Isakovic, Emma Thompson, Madison Ingoldsby, Lucy Miller
Country USA, UK
Also Known As Reiz Ziemassvētkos, Last Christmas: Otra oportunidad para amar, Last Christmas: otra oportunidad para amar, 去年聖誕節, Múlt karácsony, Last Christmas, otra oportunidad para amar, Kha'yim Shelli, Bir Şans Daha, ラスト・クリスマス, Giáng Sinh Năm Ấy, Uma Segunda Chance Para Amar, Noël dernier, Prošlog Božića
Runtime 1 h 43 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Kate is a young woman subscribed to bad decisions. Working as an elf in a year round Christmas store is not good for the wannabe singer. However, she meets Tom there. Her life takes a new turn. For Kate, it seems too good to be true.

Top reviews

Friday, 19 Jun 2020 05:48

The romance between Helen and Helen as the young mother and son explore each other's love. Initially romantic interest and then love, Helen and Laurence Smith are handsomely played by Leo Miller and Catherine McCormack. Helen, of course, is the daughter of a country family of great pedigree, as well as a wonderful, mysterious mother. She loves Laurence in return and being Helen, wants to be a lady like Laurence is (not unlike Claudine in Amelie). To Laurence's delight, Helen has worked at the same airport he did, and he is sort of jealous that she was even thinking about marrying him. Helen's mother, however, is not so forgiving. When she finds that Helen has settled down and married Laurence, her reaction is not the blissful "Oh, he's so handsome, he must be a lovely man." It is cold and sad and asks her to make it stop. Helen does not know what to do and she turns her anger outward and runs away from Laurence. We think this will be the end of it, but she will have to run to find Laurence and try to save him from the mother who is now angry with Helen and from Laurence's father who does not know how to help his son. What a noble mother. I think Helen's struggle with her mother and her mother's disapproval of her marriage are the strongest characters in the film. Helen has a lot of sympathy for Laurence. It's almost to the point that she's almost a parody of the mother from the novel. What a terrible disappointment for Laurence to have failed to produce this powerful story in a two-and-a-half-hour movie.
Monday, 15 Jun 2020 01:39

I admit, I was looking forward to this film for some time, having read good reviews. The very first review I read was the following: "Last Christmas is not the novel that David Foster Wallace would have written. It is the only screenplay of its type ever done." I thought this was weird and a bit cliche, considering that people don't typically rave about the writings of one of the greatest writers of all time. But I'm glad to say that the plot, though simplistic, is truly thought-provoking, and a lot of good things happen. The performances are both great and varied, and the main character, Ben, is a beautiful, sad, interesting person, yet I had trouble keeping my emotions in check throughout the film. What I liked most about the film is how the characters are treated. The idea of being stuck in a school all day isn't a new one, but what makes it work is that the school's principal, David Foster Wallace, goes through life being a jerk, and the character of Benjamin, played by Nick Offerman, is a student who is literally sick of the school's behavior and always wondering why his teachers do things to him. Wallace is the only one who takes any time out to ask Benjamin what his real name is, and the end of the film is when Wallace decides to give Benjamin his name, and how Benjamin begins to understand his own name. All of this, plus the beautiful cinematography and music, makes Last Christmas one of my favorite films of the year. The performance of Nick Offerman was absolutely amazing, and he completely carried the film. Ben, played by Luke Wilson, is an interesting character, and the highlight of the film. Ben is a fourteen year old American boy who has to move to England, after his mother, Rachel, is murdered. His father, Ben, had to send him away due to his own insanity and the loss of his mother, and Ben has to live in the care of his best friend, Jesse, played by Luke Wilson, who spends most of his time playing video games. But when Jesse is found murdered, Ben's parents send him to the same school as Benjamin, so he can take a look at how good life can be. Ben learns a lot about life, from playing video games to asking his friends what their names are, and he makes many new friends. But when he comes to terms with what his mother was doing to him, and decides to make his own identity, Ben's life will never be the same again. Throughout the film, we also see what life is like in the States. Like many people, I feel that the United States isn't a fair place, and when one person's death is not taken very seriously, the country makes it seem like we're all just one big happy family. But the film does not shy away from telling the story of a teen who is trying to go home
Friday, 08 May 2020 10:49

This is a film that does not work. I did not see this movie in theaters, but I saw the preview. I thought it was going to be really cheesy and not very funny. It is not cheesy and it is not funny. It's about a couple of friends who decide to move to Boston for New Year's Eve. They spend their first night in the city living together, driving a cab, getting into a fight and everything else you could possibly imagine. They realize that they are not in love but they have the ability to stop, or at least slow down, their fighting with each other. By the end of the movie I was just on the edge of my seat waiting for it to be over. It's just not funny. The two leads are playing each other brilliantly. Jane Kaczmarek is wonderful as the man who always gets the best lines. While the audience has already seen her in any other movie, she plays Jane in this one with a little less intensity. A big plus is that I never thought she was a big singer. She is just the great person she is. She does not have the same acting ability she used to have, but she makes up for it. James Gandolfini is perfect as the easy going guy who is a great cook. His scene in the grocery store is hilarious and he is a good foil to Kaczmarek. A great fight scene between the two with the confrontation in the diner is totally unexpected and I was thrilled to see it. The most important aspect of this film is that it is not annoying. I do not know who all is against this movie but I hope they are not the people who are in it. It is certainly not for the weak-hearted. The only way to get through this film is to laugh at it. And it has a few scenes that will make you laugh, and they are all in the best way. Don't listen to the people who say this is a big hit, or how this movie is not that great because it is not. It is a movie that you should see, but don't expect it to be amazing. It is a good movie, but I never thought it would be that good.
Saturday, 02 May 2020 23:13

I've been so crazy about this movie. I saw the previews and I fell in love with it. I thought it was going to be so sad but it was very funny. It was perfect. It was one of the best movies I've ever seen. I just saw the movie and I couldn't stop smiling. I just love the movie and it was the best Christmas movie ever. The actors were great and the storyline was fantastic. I thought that most of the lines were very funny and the emotion in the movie was very true to life. The actors were great and it was so funny. I didn't know what the preview to this movie was saying but I was so excited to see it. I was so impressed. The action in this movie was perfect and the emotions that were depicted in this movie were very genuine. The scenes that were on the TV were funny but still powerful and strong. I thought that the chemistry between Bill Nighy and Emma Watson was very realistic. Their scenes together were so real and very believable. The interaction between Bill and Emma was the best part of this movie. It was definitely the best part of the movie. All of the characters were so different. It was all about their unique personalities. It was like a comedy but the emotional part of the movie was really beautiful. I think that it was a great story that everyone could relate to. This was a great family movie. I'm not sure if everyone has seen this movie but if you have you should. It's a great family movie and I recommend it to anyone. If you haven't seen it or you haven't seen it yet it's definitely a great family movie.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 20:51

OK, I was going to write something about "Schindler's List" and how it's the only film that is never exploitative, instead of "The Lion in Winter" or "A Christmas Story", but then I thought about how that makes it all the more special, and would you really be able to write a review about "Schindler's List" and not compare it to others? "Schindler's List" is a lesson in how to make a film. And it was made in 1969, when the concept of "love and its price" was pretty much a distant memory. At least in this time, the film has been able to reflect on its own shortcomings and to make sure that the subject matter of the film is still relevant today. We all remember the story of the Jews in Nazi occupied Europe, but in "Schindler's List" we see the stark contrast between Jewish and non-Jewish soldiers. Although the story is set in the late 1930s, the film is made in '69. Not only that, but we're also presented with a sensitive portrayal of the relationship between J. K. Rowling and Alan Rickman, a love triangle between Professor Trelawney and Teresa Palmer, a car chase that seems to go on forever, and a scene where a bus is stopped by the Jewish bus driver because of an incident in the previous year. That all made this a very personal film for me, and made it more than just a simple tale of evil and racism. I think that that was what made "Schindler's List" more than just a simple story of two men who suffered because of other men. We are also presented with a brutal account of the Holocaust, and how they try to save what they can. The film captures every scene of it, including the ending scene, and the three songs that have been used in the film, "I Wish I Could Hide" and "Winterbell", and the song "Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence". I think it is a film that should be re-made on video, because I believe that it is too beautiful and moving. The reason why I think that is because the music is so incredible. I can't think of any other film that has had the power of this music in it, and so many songs that were used in the film are so moving, that it's a shame that they are never released on video. The atmosphere of the film is so strong that it's almost impossible to take a breath, even if you're not a fan of the film or the music. It's a great film, and you should watch it, because it has a strong message about the Holocaust. I think it is a film that should be re-made, because I think it's a brilliant piece of art.

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