The Last Supper Movie Review 1996

Information and Film Reviews for The Last Supper the Movie

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First-time feature director Title dishes out an extremely black comedy about a group of liberal roommates who accidentally kill a racist marine they've invited to dinner. This leads to the devious plan of inviting more right wingers over, baiting them into arguments about controversial topics, then killing and burying them in a vegetable garden. Somehow manages to avoid excessive preachiness despite taking on all political comers. Not exactly a great feast, but there's enough tasty snacks to be satisfying. Performances are good and the victims (led by Perlman's Limbaugh turn) really shine. Too bad their characters aren't on screen very long before they become tomato fertilizer.

Distribution

Sony Pictures Home Video, Sony Pictures Plz., 10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232, Phone: (310)244-7306, Fax: (310)280-2485, URL: http://www.spe.sony.com, Remarks: Formerly Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment

Available on VHS
Running time 91 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Black Comedy, Politics, Unhappy Meals, Roommates from Hell, Hide the Dead Guy
Screenplay
Dan Rosen
Cast
Cameron Diaz, Annabeth Gish, Ron Eldard, Jonathan Penner, Courtney B. Vance, Nora Dunn, Ron Perlman, Jason Alexander, Charles Durning, Mark Harmon, Bill Paxton
Cinematography
Paul Cameron
Director
Stacy Title
Music
Mark Mothersbaugh
Producer
Mat Cooper, Larry Weinberg, David Cooper, Jonathan Penner, Stacy Title, Vault, Sony Pictures Classics

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