The Last Laugh

2016

Documentary

175
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 98%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 90%
IMDb Rating 6.9 10 638

Synopsis


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Cast

David Cross as Self
Mel Brooks as Moses / Comicus / Torquemada / Jacques / King Louis XVI
Rob Reiner as Guy on Beach
Sarah Silverman as Alexi Darling
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805.47 MB
1280*720
English
NR
23.976 fps
88 min
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1.46 GB
1920×1080
English
NR
23.976 fps
88 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lindasturling 10 / 10 / 10

Loved it!

My husband and I loved the movie! It was funny, unique, inspirational, and had some romance too. We hope Chevy Chase makes more movies; we love all of his movies. We really hope he makes another Chevy Chase going to vacation movie as a grandfather; that would be hilarious! Please make more movies!!!

Reviewed by A_Different_Drummer 7 / 10 / 10

perhaps for an audience "of a certain age"

Some very strange but true FACTS for this review: 1. The science of Egyptology was born when Napoleon, in an attempt to conquer the world, discovered Egypt en route. His retinue of scientists were so transfixed they begged him for permission to stay behind, and he granted it. Which is why most of the books on Egyptology are translated from the French. 2. Early (French) Egyptologists based their science on something called the Kings List. In the second half of the list, the Kings had normal lifespans. That portion is still taught in university today. In the first half of the list, each King lived for 1000s of years. That is never mentioned. Never. Coincidentally, if the first part of the List were true, hypothetically, those would be last known people in history to cheat death. The rest of us ultimately get old and pay the tab. This film is about precisely that. 3. Chevy is older than Dreyfuss but looks younger. Chase was the lynchpin for SNL and essentially launched the show. But here, playing against type, he is straight man for Dreyfuss, one of the world's most under-appreciated actors, who plays a "natural" comic as if he were born for the part. 4. For older folks, simply watching these two in action is reward enough. For a younger crowd, however, as Don Rickles himself used to say, parts of this uneven film are as exciting as watching a fly crawl up a drape.

Reviewed by Gareth Crook 7 / 10 / 10

Is the holocaust funny?

Is the holocaust funny? No. This though explores the idea of finding humour in the aftermath, as a coping mechanism or even revenge. There's a lot of conflicting arguments here, all of it very thought provoking. Where is the line? Is there a line? Does the line move over time? It seems perhaps the bar is lower now than ever before. But the bar is still there and although there's power in humour, there's still more in the truth and maybe the bar should go up a little.

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