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Language: English
Category: Movie / Comedy / Drama
Original Title: The Last Time You Had Fun
Director: Mo Perkins
Writers: Hal Haberman
Released: 2014
Duration: 1h 22min
Video type: Movie
Ida, a beautiful mess obsessing over her marital separation, shows up at her sister Alison's for a visit a week too early. Alison is well used to cleaning up after Ida, and settles them both at a local wine bar. There they meet Clark, fresh from signing his divorce papers and sporting his favorite sweatpants, and his friend Will: charming, glib and avoiding his pregnant bride. Recognizing their similarities yet excited by the differences, the foursome climb into a party limo and navigate their way through embarrassing confessions, pot pharmacies, and covert skinny dipping; balancing an undercurrent of sexual tension and the sobering knowledge that they may have left their lives behind for this night, but they would have to return to them come morning.


Cast overview, first billed only:
Kyle Bornheimer Kyle Bornheimer - Clark
Eliza Coupe Eliza Coupe - Ida
Mary Elizabeth Ellis Mary Elizabeth Ellis - Alison
Demetri Martin Demetri Martin - Will
Charlyne Yi Charlyne Yi - Betty
Jimmi Simpson Jimmi Simpson - Jake
Todd Berger Todd Berger - Robby
Robert Baker Robert Baker - Simon
Sam Buchanan Sam Buchanan - Elise
Rachel Hardisty Rachel Hardisty - Yolanda
Lawrence A. Mandley Lawrence A. Mandley - Ranger Lawrence (as Lawrence Mandley)
Abigail Bankston Abigail Bankston - Kim
Thomas Barbusca Thomas Barbusca - Duncan
Zoe Pessin Zoe Pessin - Sara
Rachel Kiri Walker Rachel Kiri Walker - Wine Bar Waitress

Reviews: [5]

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    This delivers lovely twists on the classic night out on the town tale. I really enjoyed all of the characters. They are all layered and entertaining - well-written and acted. Gorgeous beach sequence. I really liked seeing parents trying to find their own identity apart from their roles as parents but not in some cheesy, inspirational poster kind of way. Perfect rental for a de-stressing and food delivery kind of night.

    The director and editors must have enormous restraint to not overuse the super fun Jimmi Simpson and Charlyne Yi. In lesser hands, they might have put in more of these super fun and colorful characters but they knew that less was more with characters this cool.
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    A self discovery coming of age road trip story that never leaves the city!

    Clark and Will meet Alison and Ida and spend a night talking and having fun in a stretch limo while navigating the streets of LA. Two sets of strangers let their emotions and inhibitions go to have a few hours of fun before all four must return to their individual private lives.

    This charming story is about the chance encounter of people meeting and discovering how much they have in common and having fun while doing it. It's a great road trip story that never hits the road but instead stays on city streets.

    I caught this film because I recognized the names of Mary Elizabeth Ellis (Always Sunny in Philadelphia) and Demetri Martin (Comedy Central) and both are excellent in this story!
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    Kind of a thinker film. LOTS of talking. (Will) Dmitri Martin and Kyle Bornheimer (Clark) are out "celebrating" Kyle's pending divorce, and they go tooling around the city in a limo. With Kyle still in his sweatpants. Some funny lines in the bar, when the guys meet the girls. The chicks are pretty harsh at first, when Clark offers to buy them a drink... I would have walked away after the first couple insults from one of the girls, but I guess some people dig a challenge. Eliza Coupe and Mary Elizabeth Ellis play two sisters who accompany the guys on their journey. Only three hundred votes on this so far. Looks like this was shown at a bunch of film festivals in 2014, but I hadn't heard of this one before. Nudity. Some clever conversation, mostly about dating, marriage, sex, childbirth. Pretty good, strong, storyline. No shoot em up crazy, wild action, but that's OK. We get more than enough of that from Bruce Willis and Ah-nold. My only complaint was the song that plays during the final credits. Did NOT enjoy hearing someone scream the lyrics way out of their range. Hurt my ears. Directed by Mo Perkins, who has written some interesting films about relationships. I'll let the reader research the fun titles. Nothing at all on Perkins' bio page. Written by Hal Haberman. Nothing on his IMDb bio page either.
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    THE LAST TIME YOU HAD FUN is by far the best movie I saw at L.A. Film Festival 2014 and I hope it gets the distribution it deserves because I think everybody should get to watch it at least once. It's one of those movies that's dialogue-driven and it focuses on a few characters and by the end of the story, you get to understand where they're coming from and why they have their own stance on life, in many ways, it reminds me of such classics as 'Swingers' and 'The Breakfast Club'. THE LAST TIME YOU HAD FUN's strength is in its script by Hal Haberman and along with the great direction by Mo Perkins and a fantastic ensemble cast, THE LAST TIME YOU HAD FUN is a rare gem that gets you laughing and looking at life from a different perspective.

    THE LAST TIME YOU HAD FUN is a great example of using low budget to its fullest benefit. It makes great use of the city. Many of the stars of this film are familiar faces who have done projects far more mainstream than this, and you can see how much they believe in this story, so much so that you wouldn't be able to picture anybody else in their roles. Elize Coupe plays Ida, cheated on by her husband and soon to be divorced. Her sister, Alison (Mary Elizabeth Ellis) who's married, takes Ida out for a night at a wine bar, so they can talk and talk their troubles away for hours. Demetri Martin is a successful lawyer, named Will, who's married and really wants to help his old pal, Clark (Kyle Bornheimer) who just got dumped by his wife for another woman. Will wants to take Clark away from his trouble, to take him on a night of party and careless drinking but Clark feels that they're too old for that scene. So Will and Clark run into Ida and Alison, and the night of those four people together begins. As they talk and experience one misadventure after another, they start noticing similarities and differences, they go through confessions about their marriage and other adult concerns and the four of them surprisingly connect. They set out to have a good time, but what they end up getting is something much deeper than that.

    THE LAST TIME YOU HAD FUN is a grown up comedy, underline the word comedy. Screenwriter Hal Haberman may want to present us these four insecure, conflicted individuals but the comedy remains strong from start to finish, there's not a single boring moment. The dialogue is fast, smart, funny and witty, it keeps the actors and the audience on their toes. Much credit to the actors' perfect comedic timing as well. The chemistry between the four of them is just perfect. The story spans over one night, and I love those kinds of stories, like 'Nick And Norah', you get to travel from one hotspot in town to another and by the end, not only do you know the characters really well, you can relate to what they're going through. There's parts about THE LAST TIME YOU HAD FUN that may make you question whether or not the movie even cherishes the idea of marriage and vows, because it seems to be breaking rules and not always in a good way. But THE LAST TIME YOU HAD FUN does a great job of dealing with themes of regrets and how hard it is to move forward from that regret and rise above it. You can call THE LAST TIME YOU HAD FUN a mid-life crisis dramedy, but I'd like to call it one of my favorite films I've seen all year.

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    Smart dialogue delivered with flawless acting. Given the premise, I fully expected to cringe my way through this movie.

    Didn't happen once.

    It felt like watching a really good indie film from the '90s. If you're a fan of HBO's Togetherness, chances are this will be right up your street. Only expect to have way more fun, and find yourself actually wanting to spend time with these characters. This movie may not change your life but if you're in your thirties or forties it will deliver everything you're hoping for: fully-realized characters you feel like you already know having a lived experience you relate to at an uncanny depth. You may know where the journey is taking these four individuals, but less because of the predictability and more because it's where you want to go. Let yourself go there.