The Last Kiss

Theatrical Release: December 3, 2003
DVD Release: December 3, 2003
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sex
language
violence
drugs
nudity
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Synopsis

With its breezy look at the battle of the sexes, this comedy has English subtitles. A wife, a child, a house, it all seems like too much responsibility for a guy who’s afraid to grow up! Carlo is not alone. All of his buddies are suffering with their own growing pains and none of them seem to be ready to settle down without a fight.

Dove Review

I wondered, as I watched as much as I could stomach, of this release by Miramax, if “The Last Kiss” was part of a bundle of releases they purchased from a distributor. Since they owned the property, they’d better try and make a few bucks off it. Too bad, because it’s not only not entertaining, it’s downright down and dirty awful! If you enjoy seeing totally self-absorbed people drinking and trying to figure out their already empty lives, then rent it. It’s not recommended and I hope Miramax, in the future, will clearly spell out on the promo jacket that the video is with ENGLISH SUBTITLES. Carlo and his buddies are a sick, sad, sorry commentary on the 20-something generation.

Content Description

This video is in Italian, with English subtitles. There are many words printed on the screen, and f---, is only one among many that are objectionable. There is rampant drinking and an overall acceptance of near-amorality.

Info

Company: Buena Vista Home Video
Director: Gabrielle Marcino
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 118 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Judy Mate'