Right, well when I sat down to watch the 2015 movie titled "The Last Apartment" here late in 2020, I was expecting it to be a good movie. Why? Well, it had scored a staggering 7.1 rating on IMDb. So it had to be good, right? Okay, I hadn't even heard about the movie prior to sitting down here as December is about to end and 2020 is coming to a close. So I didn't really know what to expect from writer and director Larry Rosen. Well, I guess the high rating of the movie must have come from people involved with the movie in one way or another. Because "The Last Apartment" is among one of the worst movies I have had the misfortune of sitting down to watch. Granted, I managed only to endure 31 minutes of the ordeal known as "The Last Apartment", and then I was virtually bored out of my mind. The storyline presented in the movie was pointless and incredibly slow paced. And whatever did happen in the movie was of so little interest that it hardly was noticeable. The movie just drowned in an ever-increasing amount of pointlessness and boredom. And little did it help that the characters were mundane and the dialogue was delivered with very little gusto. The only person on the cast list that I was familiar with was Lloyd Kaufman, and I can't really claim to be a fan of anything he has been involved in. Yeah, I would not recommend that you waste your time, money or effort on "The Last Apartment". Some of us did, in some extend, so that you don't have to. This is without a doubt in the top 10 of most boring movies I have ever stumbled upon. I am rating "The Last Apartment" a generous one out of ten stars, and I can honestly say that this is not a movie that I will be returning to watch a second time, nor attempt to finish watching.
The Last Apartment
The Last Apartment
A seemingly happy couple moves into a new apartment in the city. Things take a turn for the worse, as blind ambition corrupts and a vengeful ghost haunts them. When a new couple move in, ...
January 12, 2021