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One Last Thing

One Last Thing is a movie starring Wendell Pierce, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, and Joanne Froggatt. Dylan Derringer, a lonely dentist in Florida, is confronted by a figure from the past bringing news that sends him on an eventful and...

Other Titles
One Last Thing - Presented by Chicken Soup for the Soul, Még utoljára
Running Time
1 hours 31 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama
Director
Tim Rouhana
Writer
Tim Rouhana
Actors
Wendell Pierce, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, April Billingsley, Joanne Froggatt
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Dylan Derringer, a lonely dentist in Florida, is confronted by a figure from the past bringing news that sends him on an eventful and ultimately life-altering journey of discovery.

Comments about drama «One Last Thing» (15)

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Ryan

In the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the people of the world were going through a huge crisis. For people like me, the first thing that came to mind was how the government could protect us, but the second was how they could let us down. For many, this movie would give them a glimpse into that struggle. Instead, the movie provides a fascinating look into the lives of these poor immigrants, who are taking advantage of the people of this country, in hopes of having a better life. The movie shows the sacrifices these people make for the country they are living in. The people of New York City are shown to be less than a wealthy and prosperous place. The people of the Bronx are shown to be more than destitute. The movie shows the inner workings of the government's response to the attacks, as well as the people's reactions to them. It's a brilliant movie that shows the everyday struggles and hardship of people who are trying to make a better life for themselves. I would recommend this movie to anyone who would like to see the lives of immigrants living in a new country, trying to make a better life for themselves. I would also recommend this movie to people who are not interested in political or social issues. It's a good movie that anyone can enjoy. I give it a 9/10.

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Ashley Valdez

A stunning adaptation of the life of Walter Mitty, based on the novel by Leo Tolstoy. Highly entertaining and thought-provoking, both literally and figuratively. Richard Dreyfuss is great as the conniving journalist, his performance is consistently sharp and persuading. It's a delight to watch him hang with Mitty's crowd, and Dreyfuss always plays a right act. Some of the details of the book are not entirely clear. As much as I admire the original story, there are certain things that are kept from the film that are not entirely appropriate, for example, the moral message that Tolstoy gives about lying and hypocrisy is less interesting than the more politically active aspects of Mitty's life, and that can be hard to take. The whole film is very well-made, with good direction and a smart script and the actors are all excellent. Some of the cinematography and editing are very stylish. The movie is probably too long, but it is full of surprises, and the characters are developed to such a degree that you never know what will happen next. Well worth seeing.

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Maria

A remarkable performance by Steve Buscemi, one of the most versatile actors working today. Buscemi is a master at crafting roles that challenge his own abilities and talents. Even though I was deeply familiar with the man's work, I was moved by his performance here. He plays Tom Daniels, a middle-aged man who has lost his wife, his son, and his life savings in a train crash. He is also the sole survivor of his brother's girlfriend's suicide. He must now look for work and find a way to survive. He is in search of a new identity, and his quest is complicated by the fact that he still has a girlfriend and he still loves his brother. At the center of the story are two people in a relationship, one of whom is abusive and the other is self-destructive. In the midst of these complex dynamics is the older brother, Tom's ex-boyfriend. The younger brother is a man of few words, who is in a deep depression, and he is the only one who can understand Tom's plight. He has lost his home, his job, and is on the verge of losing his entire life. As they search for a way to survive, the older brother tells Tom that he needs to find himself. This is a difficult role for Buscemi to perform, as he is a grown man, but he plays it convincingly. His work is subtle, subtlety, and even though it's one of his rare performances that is completely unforgettable, Buscemi plays this role with conviction and conviction. He has the ability to portray an older man with feelings of abandonment, anger, and regret. He is the only one who can understand Tom, and he knows that Tom is suffering. The only way for Tom to be able to do his best is to look within and find the strength within himself. This is a great performance by Buscemi, and he deservedly won the Oscar for this role. While I wouldn't say that his performance is Oscar-worthy, it's certainly one of the most important and moving performances in recent memory. Steve Buscemi is a great actor, and he deserved his Oscar for this role.

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Gary Lopez

The story is not original but the situation is enough to create a lot of excitement. The cast is not too bad, but the main reason to watch this movie is that it's a true story. After seeing the movie you feel like you have met the real characters. That's what a good movie is all about. Anyway, a very interesting and intense movie. This one is worth a watch. 7 out of 10.

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Jason

Sam Noodles and Lisa Rolands are two middle-aged neurotics who live in a remote part of the country. The only opportunity they have to talk to each other is on the phone. One night, after a troubled night, they go to the local watering hole and begin to speak. Sam reminisces about his life in Beirut and Lisa reminisces about her life as a nurse in London. They talk about the world they see around them and the people they know. It is hard to believe that they are in their mid-twenties and one is talking about the Israelis, who are so important to their lives, and the other is talking about her childhood. The film is very straightforward in its storytelling. It is set in one room and doesn't linger on the physical geography of it. It is also fairly conventional in the way it focuses on the characters. It is more like a dream story than a film about people. The characters are not very interesting or likeable. But the film is really about the relationship between Sam and Lisa. Sam is not a good person and he does not deserve to have anything to say to anyone. Lisa, on the other hand, is as tortured as Sam is and she has to live her life in pain. This is the film's central theme. There are many other subjects covered in the film, such as war, family dynamics, and relationships. All of them are important, but not very interesting. The film is worth seeing if you are interested in the subject, but if you are not, you should probably skip it.

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Kathleen Gordon

I love Liza, even though she does have that "loser's voice" that makes her sound like a cretin. However, I do not think the accent is the worst thing about this film, and I do think she is a superb actress. This film has a lot of scenes of her swimming in the ocean. They show the (long) legs of her swimming as if it is an olympic event. This film, is a film about what it is like to be single in America. In the end, this film makes it clear that people think that they are something they are not. In America, people think that they are, and they act accordingly. Liza's character is the single person in the movie, and she is intelligent, beautiful, and above all, independent. In the end, we see that in America, there are people that just do not do things and then blame it on their parents. But Liza sees this, and she does not blame it on her parents, but on society. This film is the mirror in which she shows us how people act in America, and how she would like to see that change. The ending scene is extremely moving, showing how people in America think that they are not just lovable, but they are. Overall, this is a film that needs to be seen to be believed.

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William

The fact that this film is about a successful author writing his last book is surprising, but it is important to note that this film is a dark, disturbing, and very dark story about a father (Martin Henderson) who commits suicide after a failed attempt at a life of solitude, although it is not clear if the author he was writing about committed suicide or if he was still alive after his father's suicide. The final scene is a suicide note (in this film, the writer is not dead) in which he discusses how he is not a person but rather a mind that has been "taken over by something," which he can not find a way to control. Some interesting details about the author's own relationship with his father are also mentioned, and some of the film's themes are echoed throughout, like the notion of a father's influence on a son. What is more important is the way the film deals with suicide, particularly the relationship of the author to his father and the relationship of the author's suicide to the author's own suicide. In the end, the film gives the viewer a look at the suicide of a man who was a successful writer and who had a successful career. It is clear that there is a "dark side" to this man, but it is also clear that his depression, and the way he deals with his depression, is not an intellectual problem, but a psychological problem, and the depression is a symptom of that psychological problem. Ultimately, I found that the film was a very good movie and it was interesting. I also thought it was very good to see a well-done film about suicide and depression. Overall, I found this film to be a good movie.

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Julie Lane

Three characters gather for a reunion. Milla plays a history teacher who's married to the father of her best friend. It's just another usual night at school. They fall in love and make a promise to never forget each other. But what happens when the love of her life says she can't marry again. Did the three just never get to know each other's parents? Because they had. And it shows. I don't know what else to say about this film. It was really touching, and I can't wait to see it again.

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Tiffany Tran

As I wrote before, this is one of the most interesting films I have seen. It's not a classic, but it's not a bad film either. Yes, it does have some flaws. At times it gets a bit repetitive, but that's a common complaint with mainstream films. It's not bad, it's just a bit tired.

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Peter

The opening is good. The story is ok, with some good acting. It is about a father and his son(maybe a daughter?) who has a little "secret". The older son comes across the evil stuff and sets out to get his father. I think it is supposed to be a romantic comedy, not some crime story. It is nice to see the old "Romeo & Juliet" based movie being revived, it's nice to see that some good things are in it. This movie doesn't have the best special effects, but it is made up for with good acting. If you are a fan of James Franco, you will like this movie. If you are a fan of movies with a good story and good acting, you will like this movie. 7 out of 10

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Anthony N.

Like many others, I find the basic message of this film (a small but significant aspect) fascinating, and the use of different locales to illustrate it interesting. The film is based on a true story (not the Oscar winning one) of a man who met his maker while on a cruise ship, and was convicted of a crime he didn't commit. The film itself is interesting, but a little on the boring side. The quality of the film deteriorates as the film progresses. You don't get any sense of the family's problems, and the woman (not the man) has no involvement in the tragedy. The wife, when she finally finds out about the fate of her husband, is so far away from her husband that you think he's been kidnapped, and she is desperately trying to save him. I kept waiting for her to do something, but it never came. The audience is left with the impression that the father (who seems to have spent the last 10 years in a psychiatric ward) is actually a very decent man. There are many good points in this film, but in the end it doesn't come together to make a really effective film.

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Tiffany B.

What's with the under-rating? It's not as bad as you think. The movie had it's moments, but overall was not as good as people make it out to be. The movie had a nice message, but the message was so under-written and general in the ending that it fell flat. Why do you people have to say "Oh, so terrible!" to a movie that makes you feel something? I mean, this was supposed to be "artistic" and so forth. I don't even know if that's supposed to be funny or whatever, but in all honesty, I think people just gave it a bad rating because it wasn't a masterpiece or something. And then they say it didn't have that "artsy" feel to it. So all in all, I think the message was good, but the movie was good. I just feel like they had it's moments, but overall didn't really go anywhere. 7/10

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Julie R.

I liked the movie and the lead actor was brilliant, the concept was well thought out and the film did not waste any time in telling the story, the set design and production were great, and the acting was good. Overall, the film had a gripping storyline and could have been better, but it was a nice film and I would recommend seeing it.

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Nancy

This movie wasn't the "bigger" film it was in the sense that it had the more interesting story. The story was decent, the acting was good, and the whole movie was interesting. But it is a small part of what is a much more rewarding film. Just like I said about "Saving Private Ryan" I can see why the movie got over rated, and I can see why some of the people that disliked it thought that it wasn't even good enough to be rated, it was just okay. So I would say it is worth a look, but don't expect anything more than what you are likely to get. 7/10

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Howard

With one major exception, I think the movie is a breath of fresh air. After all, we get a group of actors who are as skilled as it is possible to be with the communication and character development skills needed to create and sustain a whole audience. I, personally, have the utmost respect for these actors, who on their own, can present and act on such a great movie. It is truly a tragedy to see so many excellent actors and directors miss out on a work of this caliber. I was especially pleased to see the prequel of The Revenant, another fine film, not too dissimilar to what I'm about to say. A major part of the movie's success is because it is a piece of art. The movie is also in it's own class. The setting of the movie, and the characters, are believable, for the most part. I would add that I felt the music used by the movie was fantastic. It is a good setting to create a suspense, and it gave the movie the authenticity it needed. There were also parts of the movie that were believable, that made it stand out. For example, when the group has to get into the tent to hide from the bears, I thought they did a good job, but it did not fall to the level of the real ones. I felt like they were not as believable as the real ones. Also, the scene when the girl falls asleep in the forest, that was believable. The movie has many great and realistic elements to it, but in some of the scenes, I felt they were rushed. But, the movie still held up very well. I felt it had the power to move and make you feel as if you were there, as a character, for that one night, watching this group of characters grow and grow. Overall, I thought it was an excellent movie, and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good story with a story that isn't all in your face. The cast of characters, were an excellent group, who really delivered. I would suggest that anyone who wants to be entertained and wanting to feel what they are seeing is watching a great movie, go see it. I give this movie a rating of 7/10.