The Last Sign details
|Starring:||Andie MacDowell, Margot Kidder, Tim Roth, Samuel Le Bihan|
The Last Sign
|Run time:||1 hour 22 minutes|
|Rental release:||24 Oct 2005|
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Lost the plot!By se7enof9 from West Midlands , 16 Nov 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]I would like to say that this film lost the plot half way through but that is difficult being as though it did not have one to start with. The film is a terrible mash of acting and in-consequential dialogue that culminates into one of the least spectacular endings possible. On the bright side it is only 89 minutes long, thankfully, by which time I was praying for my own last sign!
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Appalling acting lets this one down!By a customer from Elmpt , 30 Sep 2009Apart from Tim Roth and Andie McDowell, the cast are very wooden. This, along with the shallow plot, makes for very disappointing viewing.
One of hundredsBy a customer from Basingstoke , 01 Jul 2009I think this might have been a 'made for TV' film - if not, then it should have been. It was so similar to hundreds of other films in the same mould and was supposed to be scary - it wasn't. Should be consigned to late at night when all the other TV shows have finished.
DreadfulBy a customer from Cheltenham , 10 Jan 2008This was a big disappointment. The story did have a number of places where more dramatic effect could have added suspense to it. I am not sure if it was the Director or the Cast that failed to put on an entertaining film but it was slow and rather dull. Good job it was only 80 minutes long.
Pot BoilerBy a customer from Surrey , 10 Aug 2007Nothing special here, kind of like Ghost without the humour and everything else that film is remembered for. Andie McDowell, wooden as ever is the female lead but acted off the screen by an all too rare appearence by Margo Kidder whose character was far more interesting and could have been developed more. Shocks mild and few and far between so an overall disappointment.
Would rather go to work!By Joanne from Manchester , 28 May 2007Absolute rubbish acting, Andi Mcdowell is awful and her mysterious neighbour. Don't bother. Thats all i have to say.