Love's Last Resort

2017

Comedy / Drama / Romance

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Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 31%
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 826

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Synopsis


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
April 26, 2021 at 10:57 AM

Cast

April Bowlby as Alyssa
Jesse Hutch as Eric
Ellen Greene as Ms. Leigh
Alan Thicke as Paul Roberts
720p.WEB 1080p.WEB
797.44 MB
1280*710
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 4 / 26
1.6 GB
1904*1056
English 5.1
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 4 / 15

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Australian1 4 / 10

Unbearable "background" sound!

Do directors have any sense? Are they employing teenagers to do the background sounds? This is NOT a Walt Disney Animation where one needs sounds because no one actually speaks in the movie! I felt like I was watching Fantasia! I can hardly make out the voices of the actors due to the racket of the sound track which really should be faint and in the background! This feature is pretty bad, but it's not the only movie which has overbearing background "music"! When one watches movies made in the 50s, 60s, 70s even 80s at least we can hear the spoken words! Now if not for the "realistic" traffic noises in a street/outdoor scene where there is indistinguishable dialogue, the majority of the presentation is drowned in excessively loud music! OK, I am not a young kid with perfect hearing, but I am not deaf! As for the movie, very predictable.

Reviewed by olympicator 2 / 10

The Scariest Rom-Com I Have Ever Seen. No, Seriously.

This movie was never meant to be taken seriously. It was very silly. So are movies like "Airplane" and "UHF." But those films did not make me cringe, the way this one did.

I have no idea what any of the characters was thinking in the course of this story. What did Chloe see in Eric? How could a doctor be so clueless? What did Eric do for a living? What did Alyssa do for a living, for that matter? Is Chloe the first attractive and (semi)intelligent person whom Hunter ever met? Hunter is the manager of a HOTEL - wouldn't he meet a lot of attractive women? How did it take two people ten years to realize they were not right for each other? Why did Hunter continue to like Chloe, when it was clear that she did not know how to "use her powers for good?" Did Eric's mother did have some kind of medical condition? I don't mean to sound rude - I have a brother with a disability - but everything that came out of the mother's mouth sounded like an aging drag queen trying to channel Ed Wynn's Mad Hatter.

I just don't understand how this ever sounded like a "movie" to anyone, cast or crew or producers or even the janitors, during production. This movie made no sense, and it was not funny. It was painful. Does it amuse an audience to watch characters make really stupid decisions over and over again? Was this supposed to be a satire, on the way some people will get obsessed over a product (in this case, a TV sitcom), and they just let it guide them through life like a book of philosophy? This brings to mind the 1998 movie "Pleasantville," which actually poked a lot of fun at sitcoms and ended up critiquing sitcom-culture a lot, while simultaneously admitting that sitcoms do have their charm.

I just don't know. This movie baffled me with a persistent idiocy that never quite became aware of itself. I did laugh out loud, once, toward the end when Chloe was sobbing over the lesson she had finally learned - but it was the wrong lesson! You're supposed to let go of the things that don't help you in life, not cherish them! Set goals in your life, not settle for other people's standards when their standards mean nothing to you!

I guess the point of this movie is that different people enjoy different things. People grow up, and they surprise you with how they develop. We don't always *know* the people we think we know. And just because a person changes, that doesn't mean you can't still be friends with him. But these characters were shallow, shortsighted, irresponsible - I don't know if I could trust any of these people to do so much as fix me a drink! Yet one of them is a published author, one of them is a hotel manager, and one of them is a practicing physician. Was this movie trying to blackmail the publishing industry, the hotel business, and the American Medical Association, all at once?

I genuinely feel frantic as I write this review. I like movies. I just don't understand why this movie got made. It had no chemistry, no logic, no turning point, no cleverness, no surprises, no substance. I did not believe that these were real people. I have trouble believing that the producers of this film were real people. And I am sorry that I am being so scathing here, but I am frightened. This movie undermined my grip on basic human reason. It did not offend me, but it dragged me so far away from reality that I'm not sure where I am anymore. "Howl's Moving Castle" is more firmly based in the real world. "Dark City" disturbed me less, because it knew the difference between optimism and pessimism. This movie terrified me. I never knew a happy-go-lucky romantic comedy could be so distorted, surreal, and manipulative.

Reviewed by hoomanfarahpour 1 / 10

Horrible. Waste of time. How could these people get a chance to make movie

There is was waist of time ? The 2 hours not just I don't get back it was annoying, not funny. Horrible. Horrible acting and the director was even worst. How in earth these people get to make movie in this level. There are so many talented actors and actresses out there with so many great screen writers that never get a chance then we see people like in this movie waiting the others spot and our time and money. I would zero to actors and director

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