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449 Ratings

The Last Movie

Directed by Dennis Hopper
United States, 1971


Production wraps on a Hollywood western in a remote Peruvian village but stuntman Kansas remains, attempting to find redemption in isolation and the arms of a former prostitute. Meanwhile, local Indians have taken over the abandoned set and begun staging a ritualistic re-enactment of the production.

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The Last Movie Directed by Dennis Hopper
It’s the rare film that seems both clearer and completely different with each viewing. And like those aforementioned works, it has an immersive pull that makes you want to see it again — that demands you see it again. The representational fissures of cinema — the tension between the real and the imaginary, between imitation and inspiration — have been woven into its very fabric.
August 02, 2018
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There is no doubt to the brilliant dynamism of Hopper’s performance; one moment he is quiet, sensitive and timid, the next he’s a drunken violent asshole. Like the movie itself, there is an immediate freeness to his acting, he moves and speaks every line as if for the first time.
July 23, 2018
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Although The Last Movie achieved a notoriety unsurpassed until Heaven’s Gate (1980), Hopper’s sin was worse than wasting money. Showing in a new 4K restoration, The Last Movie is an act of visionary aggression that desecrates Hollywood’s universal church.
June 26, 2018
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