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(503) 6.2 91 min 2018

One Last Thing is a movie starring Wendell Pierce, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, and Joanne Froggatt. Dylan Derringer, a lonely dentist in Florida, is confronted by a figure from the past bringing news that sends him on an eventful and...

April Billingsley, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Joanne Froggatt, Wendell Pierce
Tim Rouhana

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Tim Rouhana
Writer Tim Rouhana
Stars April Billingsley, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Joanne Froggatt, Wendell Pierce
Country USA
Also Known As Még utoljára, One Last Thing - Presented by Chicken Soup for the Soul
Runtime 1H 31M
Description Dylan Derringer, a lonely dentist in Florida, is confronted by a figure from the past bringing news that sends him on an eventful and ultimately life-altering journey of discovery.

Top reviews

Sunday, 06 Sep 2020 08:48

I saw this film a few weeks ago and I still love it. It is a stunning work of art. The main character, Bill Miller, a recovering alcoholic, is a man of few words and a blunt, dirty and unkind man. He has no friends and has only a handful of people to make him feel like a human being. This is what draws him to a man named Jerry, played by John Cusack. Jerry is an alcoholic and a compulsive gambler and he's the only one that Miller can talk to. They spend their days talking and laughing and they have a perfect friendship that is totally hidden from everyone. It is not until Jerry begins to act strangely that his friends start to notice and that is when they start to worry. They call the police, but they don't believe it. They take his car, but they don't think he has any money. Jerry is then placed in a mental institution, but the hospital doesn't believe him and they turn him loose. He is then let out on the streets and begins to act all over the place. He gets in fights with anyone he can find and then he starts killing them. Eventually he is put in a mental institution and forced to kill. This film is a masterpiece of cinema. It is one of the few films I can watch again and again and I still love it. It has a great ending and I love the way the film depicts addiction. This film is one of the best things I have seen in years. John Cusack's performance is so well-cast and it is well-acted by him. He has always been a good actor, but he is in his best role. You really can't fault him. The others in the film are good, too. It is worth seeing this film. It is a remarkable film. You will not be disappointed by it.
Friday, 03 Jul 2020 23:38

As the sun sets on the story of Steve Jobs, we are left with the question of what is his legacy. Is it a simple life of an entrepreneur, or is it the impact that the world has ever seen? The answer is probably both, but we still can't decide. This movie is as much a reflection of Jobs' life as his personality and personality traits. And as a reflection of the character of Steve Jobs, it is perhaps even more fascinating. John Sculley is, in the film, a mysterious and seemingly godlike figure. He is portrayed as both godlike and extremely selfish. Steve Jobs, on the other hand, was very selfless. He was not just a personal man, but also a soulful man. Sculley seems to have created a symbiotic relationship between him and Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs worked very hard on the new Apple computers. He spent a lot of time with the co-workers. He even went as far as to work with the people who worked on the Macintosh and the Mac OS. However, it seems as though the business model of Jobs' career was not always conducive to this. It seems as though Jobs never showed any interest in the Mac OS and the business models that had been developed for it. Steve Jobs worked in a very different way to what was expected of him. I don't believe that Jobs had a corporate mentality. He was so focused on what he did, that he was very much an individual. It is interesting to see how much the film was influenced by his own personality. The film is clearly a product of the Apple culture. The success of the Apple computers, and the intense promotion of the Mac OS, is shown in every aspect of the movie. I could not help but feel like the film had a very Apple-like tone to it. The one thing that I really loved about the film was the fact that Steve Jobs made a habit of speaking to his children with a very Steve Jobs-like tone. The kids, particularly Steve Jobs' son, were very expressive of their feelings, which is very unusual for kids. As well, the film shows the personal struggles of Steve Jobs' marriage. It seems as though there was never a way that Jobs could see what the children were feeling. There is a scene where Steve Jobs is talking to his wife on the phone. He is very stern, and he makes a joke that his wife is not going to enjoy. He then talks to his wife about the problem, and she seems to accept this, even though it is clear that she is not happy with what is happening. The movie also shows the bitterness of the relationship between Jobs and his wife. It seems as though the personal problems and the business problems had been completely ignored in the marriage. I felt that it was quite effective that the filmmakers decided to show the business problems as being a big part of the problems in the marriage. And in the end, the movie shows that Steve Jobs' marriage was not successful, and that he was more of a selfish man. It is a film that is very unique in terms of portraying the personal and business aspects of Steve Jobs. The film has a very colorful feel to it, and is very entertaining. It shows Jobs' story as a whole, and it does not stop to show just a small slice of the story. It is a very interesting look at the life of Steve Jobs.

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