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Film Review - Last Love

LAST LOVE Michael Caine

Star power is a rare thing, but it’s important, often helping mediocre work find its footing through exceptional acting, guiding dramatic direction when the production itself can’t manage the task. With iconic actor Michael Caine, talent was established long ago, and while his taste in screenplays isn’t always inspiring, his clarity of communication is never in doubt. “Last Love” is his latest endeavor after receiving a late-inning career boost due to his collaborations with Christopher Nolan, and the feature benefits mightily from his effortless presence. Skillfully conveying the ache, newfound elevation, and confusion required of him, Caine is terrific here, making “Last Love” and its ultimate third-act nosedive palatable, even profound during a few scenes of intimate soul searching. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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