Last Man Standing

1996

Action / Crime

12
IMDb Rating 6.2

Synopsis


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101 min
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101 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lil_pimpcess80 1

If i were to describe Last Man Standing in one sentence, i would say:Bruce Willis going on a shooting spree.From the beginning to the end you'll see Bruce Willis killing everyone.thats just basically the plot of the movie. the movie has no depth and no foundation whatsoever. A big waste of time and money. so if you want to watch 101 minutes of gunshots then this is the movie for you. Most men will probably disagree with me because they enjoy violence and guns. But if you look at the big picture you'll see this movie has no point to it. if you want to see some real action, watch the news. Its way more interesting than this film.

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Reviewed by Shawn Watson 10

This has to be one of the best action, western and gangster movies I&#39;ve ever seen. Willis was perfect for the part of John Smith (his voice-over has some of the best dialogue ever and if you don&#39;t believe me check out the opening scene), a gun for hire without a conscience. All elements of each genre are highly spoken for.<br/><br/>The editing, dialogue, cinematography, music, direction and acting are all top class. Everything is fantastically overblown but never preposterous.<br/><br/>As for the film itself, it is very empty but the mood and tone are so very distant and weird, and I totally love it. Walter Hills direction is a well balanced cross between Sam Peckinpah and John Woo. And Cooder&#39;s score will transport you right into the movie even on it&#39;s own. This wall always be one of my fave movies and it is very much worthy of 5 stars.<br/><br/>The 2.50:1 anamorphic picture is stunning and there are rumors that Hill originally wanted to make it in B/W but New Line Cinema would not let him. To test this out turn your color right down and see how much the film&#39;s atmosphere is enhanced from already gloomy to undeniably depressing, BUT IT IS SO COOL.<br/><br/>The DD 5.1 sound quality on this DVD during the gunfights is absolutely amazing. It will bug the hell out of your neighbors, but who cares? Every now and again Walter Hill injects a sudden burst of ferocious, furious and brutal violence that takes your breath away. When people are killed they don&#39;t just fall down, they FLY across the room and thru windows.<br/><br/>Extras are brief and not very good (Cast Bios say that Die Hard 4 was released in 1998!) and there is a cool clip of Loaded Weapon 1 hidden in there too.

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Reviewed by rparham 5

Last Man Standing so desperately wants to be a western, but can&#39;t bring itself to follow all the way through. The second remake of the Japanese film Yojimbo from legendary Japanese director Akira Kurosawa, which was initially remade as A Fistful of Dollars starring Clint Eastwood, Last Man Standing is set in a dusty, windswept Texas city right out of a Hollywood western, yet the characters are all dressed in attire from the 1920&#39;s and carry tommy guns. It&#39;s is an unusual visual dichotomy that proves to be about the most engaging thing in Last Man Standing, a film that seems to be almost pointless, lacking any real reason to exist other than to watch characters blow other characters away.<br/><br/>John Smith (Bruce Willis) is a loner making his way through the Texas desert and stops off at the city of Jericho. Jericho is controlled by two mobster gangs, one Italian, one Irish. The two are using Jericho to funnel illegal booze from the Mexican border during prohibition. The town is more or less uninhabited, save for the gang members, the saloon keeper (Tracey Walter) and the undertaker (The saloon keeper says in one scene &quot;Business isn&#39;t too good these days.&quot; So . . . why are you staying in this city?). John Smith finds himself stranded in the city when he looks at the Irish mobster boss&#39; woman in bondage, Felina (Karina Lombard) and the Irish mobsters politely inform him that he shouldn&#39;t be doing that and promptly render his car unusable (He better not take her back to Chicago, they will have to wreck a lot of cars).<br/><br/>John quickly decides he can use this situation to his advantage to make money and presents himself to the Italian boss, Fredo Strozzi (Ned Eisenberg), who likes Smith, but his cousin Giorgio (Michael Imperioli, before he switched families and joined The Sopranos) doesn&#39;t trust him. Eventually, Smith manages to take a similar tack with Irish boss Doyle (David Patrick Kelley), but Smith&#39;s motives are questioned by Doyle&#39;s right hand man, the sadistic Hickey (Christopher Walken) (Apparently, henchmen don&#39;t like being muscled out by other henchmen). This all eventually leads to a whole lot of death and carnage, not to mention bad feelings on both sides.<br/><br/>Director Walter Hill has been in a Western mode for several years, having made Geronimo, Wild Bill, the pilot for HBO&#39;s Deadwood and an upcoming AMC miniseries set in the old west, and it&#39;s obvious that he is applying that same motif where he can in Last Man Standing. But since A Fistful of Dollars had already made Yojimbo into a straight western (and Yojimbo itself was an homage to American western films), Hill has to settle for an &quot;almost&quot; western. Aside from the look of the film, what the audience is treated to in Last Man Standing is a lot of posturing, a lot of gunplay and not much else. Hill seems to like these kinds of movies where tough guys act tough, and you don&#39;t get much tougher than blowing people away at the drop of a hat.<br/><br/>Aside from it&#39;s violence, Last Man Standing doesn&#39;t really offer anything to the viewer. There isn&#39;t any romance (as with most other Hill films, Last Man Standing is not exactly female friendly), although Smith does show his softer side on occasion, there isn&#39;t any intrigue, and even though effectively played by Willis, Smith fails to be a very compelling character to put any stock in. Aside from Willis, Imperioli and Kelley overact a bit too much, Eisenberg is okay, and Walken manages to make Hickey a despicable character, but since Smith isn&#39;t exactly our idea of a hero, can we really work up an dislike for Hickey (It doesn&#39;t help that he is &quot;movie insane&quot;, shooting wildly at walls and throwing things around with abandon. Who really does this?).<br/><br/>So, Last Man Standing, while attractively photographed and with a nice, solid performance by Willis, is still a big &quot;So?&quot; Not how I envision spending two hours of my life.

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